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4 Things To Consider Before Buying a Gas Grill

June 19, 2018

Grilling is one of the fun things people do in the summer. Everyone likes to grill some great tasting food and spend some time outside with family and friends. Gas grills are one of the most popular grills in America since they are convenient to use. One can start grilling in a matter of minutes, by simply pushing a button or lighting a match. In addition, gas grills are easy to clean and maintain. Running an empty grill on a high heat for a couple of hours will reduce any food leftovers or burned bits into ash.

 

Even though we love gas grills, buying one can become a real headache. There are a lot of options out there, hence it is easy to get confused and make the wrong decision. To make this process easier, we put together 4 important things to consider before buying or replacing a gas grill.

 

1. Warranty. Even though most of the grills are durable and can last for a very long time, a grill manufacturers warranty will provide coverage in case there is an issue with the grill parts. In addition, a good warranty will give a general indication of the grill quality.

Tip: Make sure the warranty is valid for at least 10 years and covers labor for replacing     faulty parts.

 

2. Heat Distribution. No one likes burned burgers or half-cooked hotdogs. To avoid hot-spots and ensure that food is evenly cooked, choose a gas grill that comes with the insulated hood, proportionate grill burners, and heavy-duty grates. Insulated hood will keep the heat inside, while proportionate grill burners and heavy-duty grates will ensure that heat is transferred evenly.

 

3. Safety. It is very important to think about the safety prior to purchasing a grill. To avoid any potential hazards, choose a grill that contains heat diffusers or metal plates to prevent any unexpected flare-ups. The grill should not sway and be sturdy to avoid safety issues. In addition, the grill should be made out of quality materials. Check the grills description to ensure that grill parts are certified for safety.

 

4. Fuel. Choose propane. Propane is the most common fuel used to power up household grills. Propane is portable, which means you can place the grill anywhere in your outdoor space. In addition, propane burns hotter than natural gas, hence you will have enough heat to cook your favorite barbecue dishes.

 

To set up a regular propane tank delivery, fill out the form below and one of our certified technicians will get in touch with you shortly.  

 

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