Do you want an easy-to-use, no-mess grill? Do you want to just turn on your grill and start cooking? Then, gas grills are for you. A gas grill ignites with built-in lighters. This means you can simply turn it on, preheat for a short time, and begin grilling!
Gas grills heat up fast, so the time to preheat is significantly less than a pellet grill. Another advantage to gas grills is the easy-to-use knob controls that help maintain an even temperature across the grill surface.
There are two types of gas grills – propane and natural gas grills.
Propane grills, liquid propane, propane gas, or LP gas grills mean the same. Propane gas is subjected to pressure in a tank and turned to liquid. You need to buy a tank, usually 20 lb., which can be easily refilled at your local gas station. A full tank gives you approximately 9 hours of cooking time.
Natural gas grills hook up to your home's existing natural gas pipeline. If you do not have easy outdoor access to your gas line, contact a professional plumber to install one. There's no risk of running out of fuel with this option.
Choose a natural gas grill for the lowest-maintenance gas grilling experience.