Hi everyone. I have a patio, roughly 15'x25' that has a ridged roof with a passive ridge roof vent installed (there is no finished ceiling). I framed out and installed a system that allows the patio to be screened during the summer months, but it also has soft plastic panels which travel on a track which allows the patio to be enclosed during the cold months/bad weather. I have two ceiling fans installed in the space. Heres my dilemma/question. I like to barbecue out here all year long. When the patio is "open" (screened), it hasn't been too much of a problem with smoke buildup due to pretty good air circulation/fans. During the winter, I usually try to open some of the panels AND put the ceiling fans on...but the area turns into a smokehouse with the fans just swirling around the smoke. What can I do? Are there any types of grills/barbecue kits that I can place in the space that would vent the smoke out (of a chimney)? Is there anything I can do up in the ridge to possibly help exhaust the smoke out of the ridge vent? Exhaust fans in the roof? I like being able to barbecue when it's raining or snowing outside SO I'd rather not locate the grill outside of the space. Thanks for any input.