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Grills & Outdoor Cooking: How to Choose

Gas Grills Considerations

Seasoned grill masters and newbie outdoor chefs alike tend to prefer a good gas grill over a charcoal grill or an electric grill because of the speed, power and ease of cooking it brings to the outdoor barbecue process. Additionally, available extras like side burners, which allow the cooking of sauces and stews, infrared heat sources, which supply an intense heat source for high heat searing of food to lock in the juices, and rotisseries, which automatically rotate meats over the heat, are essentials to many for the best outdoor cooking experiences.

A good place to start your selection process is by determining how much you want to spend. Our large selection includes the perfect grill for every budget and cooking style. Then you'll likely want to decide which type of grill best suits your family's needs. Will your cooking area better accommodate a freestanding gas grill, a built-in grill with stand, or a drop-in grill for your outdoor kitchen? You'll also want to decide whether you prefer propane, which comes in a canister you connect to your grill, or natural gas, which is generally cheaper but requires line installation.

BBQ Grill Specifics

Once you've made those decisions you can get down to the basics. What size of cooking surface do you need? Grilling bratwursts for your family of 4 doesn't require as large a cooking surface as preparing 25 hamburgers for an extended family gathering on the 4th of July. You'll also want to give some consideration to how many burners you want for cooking different items, at different heat levels, at the same time, plus whether convenience features like gliding drawers for storing your tools, and a pull-out grease tray for easier clean-up, make sense for you.

Along with our tremendous assortment of grills from companies you know and trust, you'll find all the components you want to build and outfit your perfect outdoor kitchen here, along with the best grilling tools, plus the cover you need to protect your gas BBQ from the elements.