A backyard barbeque is always a fun event! You'll want a good quality gas grill to get your barbecue started. Gas models are the most popular on the outdoor market. They are available in propane or natural gas.
Why Choose a Gas Over Charcoal?
Unlike charcoal, a gas model will heat up very quickly, so there's not a lot of time waiting around for the charcoal to heat up. Another reason to choose gas is that it's easier to light than charcoal. Charcoal briquettes don't always work as well as you want. Not to mention, the heat of a gas grill is evenly distributed across the surface.
Deciding Between Natural Gas and Propane Grills?
When choosing a Brinkmann gas grill, you'll need to first decide whether natural gas or propane is the best choice for you. Natural gas joins to a special outlet connected to your home's gas supply (the same fuel supply used to operate most furnaces or water heaters). This means that they pretty much have to stay close to the connection, so you lose your portability. On the other hand, propane uses portable tanks that hook directly to the grill. When the tank is empty, it just needs to be refilled. Most gas stations provide propane refills. It's always a good idea to have a spare full tank so you have enough propane on hand when you decide to barbeque.
Gas Grill Features
Some built-in gas grills are made to be built into a counter space for a patio or outdoor kitchen. Other models come fitted with a wheeled cart or a stand which can easily be moved from place to place.
You'll love the ease and functionality of a great stainless steel gas grill!