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Outdoor Grills

Discover the Advantages of a Natural Gas Grill

A natural gas grill has the many advantages of cooking with natural gas in the kitchen, plus a whole lot more. Your food can have the rich, smoked flavor without the dirty mess and long warm-up time of charcoal grills. Outdoor grilling keeps kitchens cooler and keeps lingering, stale smells outdoors.

It also means no tanks, inconvenient run-outs or refills. There is no need to worry about getting the propane tank refilled when guests are on their way! Natural gas is always ready when you are. Just turn it on and mouths will be watering for those tasty grilled treats.

Current models of grills give you many options and are truly versatile. You are no longer limited to grilling hamburgers. With a natural gas grill you can rotisserie, griddle, keep things warm and even bake. You can control the temperature of different areas separately so you can simmer, saute or boil as your recipe calls for. Radiant heating grills can give you temperatures of more than 1500 degrees Fahrenheit. Other models have built in coolers for a complete outdoor kitchen.

There are also installation options to suit your lifestyle and pocket book. You can mount them on a permanent post, build them into a brick or other surround, or choose a model on a cart utilizing a quick-disconnect so that you can move the cart out of the way when not in use.

It is generally easy to extend natural gas from your home to a deck or patio. If you are installing a heater for your pool, be sure to get an extension to the ideal spot for a grill at the same time.

Visit your local fireplace and grill dealers to check out their displays. Many people use their grills almost year round, so it is always a good time to make the move up to a natural gas grill.