10 Best Gas Grills of 2018

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(1)

Char-Broil Classic 405 4-Burner Gas Grill

By Char-Broil

9.9

(2)

Blackstone 36 inch Outdoor Flat Top Gas Grill

By Blackstone

9.7

(3)

4-Burner Propane Gas Grill,Stainless, LED Controls,Side Burner, Rotisserie

By Monument Grils

9.1

(4)

Dyna-Glo DGB390SNP-D Smart Space Living 36,000 BTU 3-Burner

By Dyna-Glo

8.9

(5)

4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Stainless with LED

By Monument Grills

8.7

(6)

Cuisinart CGG-7400 4-Burner Gas Grill

By Cuicinart

8.3

(7)

Char Broil Performance 475 4-Burner Cart Gas Grill

By Char-Broil

7.7

(8)

Char-Griller 3001 Grillin' Pro 40,800-BTU Gas Grill

By Char-Griller

7.5

(9)

Char Broil Performance 300 2-Burner Cabinet Gas Grill

By Char Broil

7.4

(10)

Char Broil Performance 475 4-Burner Cabinet Gas Grill

By Char Broil

7.2

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Your Guide To Buying an Gas Grills

Our gas grills buy guide will tell you all about the important aspects to follow when buying a gas grill. Guide below will take you through the process you can use when evaluating a gas grill.

What’s Grill Style you need for Home?

First, we need to think how we like to cook on a grill. Or, what is your grilling style you use?

Do you like putting your chicken on to the grill and leave away until it is done, or you like cooking things qucik and hot?

Do you cook directly over the heat, or indirectly? Once you know about this all, you’re ready to go shop for gas grill.

HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST GAS GRILL FOR YOU

  1. Make sure the bbq gas grill company has a long warranty.

This will help you from spending money on parts that shouldn’t have broken in the first place. Look for brands with a burner warranty around 10 years or more not less than that. Some brands come with lifetime warranties too and even cover the labor for replacement.

  1. Make sure that the gas grill burner size is proportional to the size to the grill.

A lot of grill companies make a large, impressive looking casting with a little burner in size – which means a lot of pros and cons. Cooking performance does not entirely depend on the number of burners but can best be well known by how well heat is being evenly distributed across the entire grilling surface.

  1. Check out for the flame taming devices to see if they cover the entire burner.

The salt and fat of the food you cook cause the most damage to the gas grills. The more the burner is visible, the faster it burns out. Always make sure that the flame damper is right above your gas grill burner – not on the side as some grids do. They put lava rocks on the side of the burner and it defeats the target. To get maximum evaporation, you must have good, even heat. Stay away from lava rocks. They have an irregular shape and do not hold the heat evenly. That is why most grills with lava rocks are a flaring nightmare.

  1. Cooking nets – examine the material used to make them.

Whether they are made of stainless, porcelain or cast iron, most will work well as long as you clean them properly. The manuals for most gas grills for mass graves with porcelain grills with porcelain indicate, for example, that you have to brush your grids by hot. Please do not do that! Porcelain is most vulnerable when it is hot. By brushing the porcelain grills at that moment, it will start to chip. Once demolished they rust extremely quickly – and most gas grills have only one year warranty.

  1. Most grill enclosures and frames are reasonably good and are usually the last thing you have to do.

The construction of a grill is synonymous with welding. High-quality grids have fully welded, polished seams and double-lined, commercially available 304 stainless steel cooker hoods. Also keep this in mind – your climate plays a big role in determining how well your grill will last. If you live on the coast, almost everything you buy is doomed unless you buy a buyer. Even stainless rust. It just takes longer, and that’s where the good guarantee comes. If you live in a high humidity, stainless or a thick aluminum grill will normally last longer than most of us.

  1. Temperature.

If you like steaks, the gas grill you buy should reach at least 600 degrees. You must get that steak on and off the grill as quickly as possible so that it does not dry out. A high-quality gas grill reaches very high temperatures, but will also heat delicate items at low temperatures – with minimal flare-ups.

  1. Grill reviews.

We are here to help you buy a gas grill. We know that you do not necessarily have a lot of time to compare each gas barbecue and get to know all their functions. To make it easy for you, we’ve taken the time to test and review our most popular gas grills, and you can view them on our Gas Grill Reviews page.

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