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Gas Grills Information

Gas grills primarily use ether liquid-propane (LP) or natural gas (NG) as their fuel source. Gas grills are available in many different sizes ranging from small, single steak grills up to large & industrial. Gas grills require professional set-up and, sometimes installation, due to more parts and maintenance then traditional Charcoal.
Typical Gas Grill consists of:
  • Gas source

  • Hoses

  • Valve regulators

  • Burners

  • Starter

  • Cooking surface

  • Grill body

  • Grill hood

  • Pros Gas Grills


    Prep and Cook time

    It takes up to 10 minutes to heat up gas grill to appropriate cooking temperature and requires almost no supervision while cooking

    Cooking space

    : Gas grills provide larger cooking space, which makes it more convenient to cook for larger families and parties

    Cons Gas Grills



    : Food doesn’t gets infused with wood and smoke and, if not marinated, sometimes may taste a little bland


    : Sometime you may spend over $1000 for a good gas grill

    Storing space

    : Gas grills are not as compacts and require more space to store


    : It is hard to maintain 225-250 degrees of constant heat throughout cooking time