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What to look for when buying a grill?

Buying a new grill is not really an easy affair of went, I saw, I bought. Considerable amount of thought has to be given to decide which grill to purchase. Preparing a list of your prioritized expectations from the grill is a good idea. Evaluate the grill you want to buy on various grounds.

Consider the type of food to be grilled, the frequency, and the quantity of food. It really wouldn't make much sense in burning a huge pile of fuel if you are only going to so it for a company of four.

Once you are clear about the kind of food that you are going to cook, you can then determine the size of the grill. A big grill is not necessarily better. Also think about where the grill is going to be placed. No point cramming a grill simply because you feel bigger would be better.

The next thing to consider is the BTUs (British Thermal Units) offered by the grill. Do not be enamored by the higher number of BTU. BTUs basically measure the heat that the grill outputs. An efficient grill, with a better design and construction, will have a lower Btu.

Consider the construction and the material of the grill. Is the entire apparatus strong enough to be your longtime companion? Make sure that the hood, the body, and the grates are made of a long lasting and weather resisting material. Stainless steel is the preferred material for the hood. The construction should have less number of fasteners. If most of it is welded, even better.

Now check the number of burners that are provided by the grill manufacturer. The burners are the source of heat. A single burner will not do for even heating. The grill should have at least two burners.

Another important aspect of a grill is the heat dispersing system. The best design for this is the inverted-v shaped bars, placed over the burners. The bars channel heat and vaporize drippings. Make sure there are sturdy and easy-to-empty grease pans underneath to collect the grease.

Check the motility of the grill-Are there wheels? Are the strong enough to carry the grill across the patio whenever you wish?

Last, but not the least, think about the manufacturer and their credibility. Will they be able to give you proper service and customer care in case of problems? What about spare parts?

When you have decided on all these points, get ready for a new and satisfying grilling experience.


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