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Get Grillin'

For the most enjoyment from your outdoor festivity, fire up an outdoor feast. Whether you’re in the charcoal or propane camp, we’ve got you covered with a plethora of options.

Fuel Types

Traditional grills use charcoal, and any enthusiast will tell you that there’s just no substitute. Charcoal produces a revered smoky flavor, as well as a bit of nostalgia. Propane grills are beloved for their convenience and precision, offering more control over temperatures and flames. Newer to the market, natural gas is cleaner and less-expensive than propane, and offers the same benefits.

Sizes and Styles

If you’re on the go or live a nomadic lifestyle, a portable grill is ideal. Lightweight and easy to use, it will be by your side wherever you go. For a more settled lifestyle, a larger, heavier model will do. Expect more cooking space, finer features such as smoke boxes, warming racks, shelves, and more. If you’ve just purchased or built your dream house, get in for the long-haul with a built-in configuration. These grills are usually compact and can be easily incorporated into stone landscaping.

Grill Finish

Your grill might be the focal point of your outdoor space, so be sure to choose a style that coordinates with the surroundings. Black is traditional and elegant, while stainless-steel is crisp and will complement most landscape styles.

Things to Consider

Will you be cooking for just your family, or will you be hosting frequent barbeques? Consider the primary cooking space as your number one priority. When serving many people, cooking space is highly valued as you can cook more in a shorter amount of time. For most people, 400-600 square-inches is perfect for both domestic and party needs.