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Your Guide To Buying a Gas Grill

By Benjamin Schleider

    Are you looking to buy a new grill? Cooking outside has never been better thanks to the option of gas grilling. Gas grills are always in high-demand due to their design and ease of use that can make cooking enjoyable. With so many differences in cost, features, and designs, it may be hard to figure out what you really need in a gas grill. This guide should help clear up the choices in your head and allow you to find the perfect model for your grilling needs.

    Gas grills use liquid propane (LP) or natural gas.

    Propane tanks usually weigh up to 20 pounds, and depending on the temperature at which you are cooking (among other factors), they can last for about nine hours of total cooking time.

    Using natural gas as your fuel source will require you to run a line into your grill, which may be worth it if you are planning to cook a lot for large amounts of people.

    Sizes of grills can vary a lot.

    How do you know which size you need?  Grills come in many shapes and sizes, so it depends on how big of an area you will be cooking in and how large your audience is.

    Many gas grills come with additional features, allowing you to specialize and step up your cooking game!

    Side burners are an option on a lot of gas grill models, and allow you to cook multiple things at a time, each with their own heating options.

    Infrared burners are also available and make rotisserie cooking easily obtainable.

    Sear plates are another possible feature. These types of plates reach high temperatures very quickly, minimizing the time it takes to make certain meals.

    • Store-brand vs. Name-brand: When buying your grill, most people say to opt for the latter option. Name-brand grills will have readily available replacement parts, longer-lasting warranties, and a customer support system that store-brand grills can otherwise lack.
    • Avoid grills made of cheap materials: If you are planning on investing a pretty penny in your gas grill, the materials should match the price. The materials used for the construction of the grill should not be flimsy or look “cheap” in any way.
    • The design of the grill is also a main factor: Is there enough space for you to cook your food, can you avoid flare-ups?  Be sure to measure the amount of actual space you have for cooking to make sure you pick out an appropriately sized grill.
    • For easy cleanup, put the grill on high heat for a little while with the lid closed—this will burn everything off and allow you to scrape the remains off with a grill brush.
    • Watch out for grills being marketed as “stainless steel”—some manufacturers do not use them throughout the entire body of the model. Make sure that you are getting what you pay for, as stainless steel is expensive and a top-quality material.
    • Protect your grill! Buy a cover to maintain its durability and prevent rust from forming.

    Weber: Known for its grills in the mid- to high-priced categories, which will cost anywhere from $400 to over $1,000, depending on what you want to get out of it. There are many makes and models that are easy to compare online.

    Char-Broil: Patented the award winning TRU-Infrared cooking system, which makes cooking on a grill even better. The TRU Infrared Urban Gas Grill is one of the best selling models.

    Coleman: Produces portable gas grills that are great for any occasion in the great outdoors.


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