With the ability to include freestanding units or built-in grills with companion refrigerators, today’s outdoor kitchen has become a year-round gathering place. We offer an outdoor display with a vast variety of options available for both gas and charcoal grills, ranging from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand.
Gas grills, the most popular type of backyard grill, can run on bottled propane or natural gas from your utility provider. Gas grills provide a quick meal without the preparation and clean up required of charcoal, offer the most heat control, and can include infrared searing or rotisseries. Gas systems can also include smoker boxes, stainless flavor bars, or ceramic-flavored briquettes to capture the barbecue essence and experience.
Charcoal grills, on the other hand, burn at a much higher temperature, requiring more skill but providing a smoky, grilled flavor. Charcoal units rely on charcoal briquettes for fuel, which is more time-consuming and expensive than a gas grill. However, for smoked meats and easily seared steaks, a charcoal grill offers a depth of flavor.