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Natural gas grills are convenient, versatile, and stylish.
Gas grills make it easy to get a head start on the outdoor cooking season and extend your enjoyment right through the fall.
Just Push a Button or Turn a Knob to Start Grilling
Natural gas grills give you all the advantages of outdoor cooking without the mess, expense, or long warm-up times of charcoal. Unlike propane tanks, which always seem to run out of fuel just as hungry guests arrive, a direct connect to your household's gas line means an uninterrupted fuel supply.
Save Time While Enjoying Increased Cooking Control
Natural gas grills heat up fast, and their precise temperature control gives you more flexibility than charcoal or propane. You have the added advantage of cooking your food at a constant temperature without having to tend the fire or check propane levels.
Gas Grill Models, Features, and Installation to Suit Your Needs
There are many sizes and styles to choose from, and special features like flavorizer bars, side burners, rotisseries, multi-level cooking, flip up side tables and food warmers increase your cooking options. Make your grill a permanent part of your outdoor area by extending natural gas from your home to your deck or patio. For a portable gas grill choose a "quick-connect" hookup that makes it easy to disconnect the grill and move it out of the way when it's not in use.
Economical and Versatile
With proper maintenance, safe, clean-burning natural gas grills will last for many years, saving you the expense of charcoal, lighter fluid, or propane. Cooking on a grill keeps your kitchen cooler, reducing the demand on your air conditioning during warmer months, while extending your outdoor cooking season when the weather turns chilly.
Gas Grill Considerations:
- Grill Size: Make sure your grill fits safely and conveniently in your outdoor area, especially if you are considering a permanent installation to your existing home gas line.
- Ignition: Choose from push button igniters that produce a spark with each push or knob igniters that emit two or three sparks per turn.
- Burners: Most gas grills have a least two separate burners. Separate burners allow you to control heat better than grills with just one burner. Check that your burners are proportional to the grill cooking area for more efficient and even cooking.
- Heat Distribution: To better distribute the grill's heat, use lava rocks, ceramic briquettes, metal plates and metal bars. Consider a gas grill that funnels grease away from the burners. It reduces flare-ups from food drippings and will vaporize them creating an enhanced charbroiled flavor.
- Installation and Mounting Types: Do you want portability with a "quick-connect" hookup or the permanence of a connection directly to your home's gas line with a post or built-in type grill? For permanently installed units, choose a grill that will stand up to the elements.
- Assembly: Is assembly required? If so, does the dealer offer assembly services?