Not all grills are created equal !
Once your outdoor patio is complete and you start to create your dream space a grill is the main centerpoint. When choosing a grill there are many inputs that help develop what grill is right for you.
Gas vs Charcoal
Ahh the age old dispute, I am sure you have your preference but do you know the pros and cons of each?
Taste: when using a charcoal grill it wil sear your meat and vegetables quickly, creating a caramelized exterior.
Cost: Charcoal grills are very budget friendly
Heat: Typically, charcoal grills reach a higher temperature than gas grills
Time: Charcoal grills take much longer to heat up
Fuel: A 20-pound bag of charcoal will typically only yield three grilling sessions.
Non- Versatility: Once your grill is heated up that's the temperature you need to cook all your food at, which can prove hard with things like vegetables.
Looks: a gas grill gives your outdoor space a complete look and with so many unique styled grills with options from lights to mobile heat apps your sure to impress.
Convenience: with a flick of a switch your grill is on and ready to go
Clean Up: At the end of your cooking you heat the grill us and simply scrub with a brush, Walla your done.
Fuel: A normal 20 pound propane take can last up to 30 days !
Cost: Gas grills cost more but typically come with a warrenty
Space: Are usually larger than charcoal grill and will require a space away from the home
Portable: Are not portable if attached to a natural gas line
We work with many vendors that offer a premier line of grills, such as Summerset Professional Grills as well as Blaze Grills. Please see links below. Contact us today !