The process of purchasing a gas grill can be overwhelming and confusing. There are so many options and different variables to consider. Common questions include, “Which stainless steel is the best? How many burners do I need? What about the warranty?” The best way to avoid getting stressed is to come and talk to the experts at our store. But first, we will give you some factors to consider when making your decision: price, fuel, material, size, features and durability.
As everyone knows, you get what you pay for. There are many grills on the market so having a price range will help you narrow down your choices.
When it comes to fuel, you will want to choose between propane and natural gas. While natural gas can be more expensive upfront, it will save you money in the long run. Lower priced grills often do not support natural gas.
Choosing your grill size is dependent on the items you will be grilling. Will you be cooking a turkey or a couple of hot dogs? Also, consider the space you have for your grill.
Do you want a side burner? How about multiple level cooking surfaces, or a smoker box, side burner, rotisserie burner, lights, or any one of a dozen things that get added to a grill these days. Consider the features you will use because they all cost extra money.
Materials, the thickness of metals, and quality of parts play a major role in how long a grill will last. A well taken case of grill can last a long time!