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These grills will probably never be seen chained together across the front walk of your local hardware store with eye-catching red and yellow signs boasting too-good-to-be-true sale prices. These heirloom quality grills represent the best the industry has to offer, grills that are built to last, to perform time after time, and to be something worth having on your patio or deck.

Not too long ago you had two choices for fuel for barbecue grills – charcoal or gas – and each had its army of avid supporters. Now, the field is wide open, and our selection includes charcoal, propane, natural gas, electric, wood, wood pellets, and even coal burning grills.

Gas Grills

Our most popular type of grill is the gas grill, the choice for millions of backyard chefs across the country. The number of styles, shapes, sizes, and features of gas grills in our inventory is staggering. You can order sophisticated built-in grills that fit into your outdoor hearth, freestanding gas grills that can typically be moved about with ease, and post mount grills that save space on your deck or patio.

Virtually all our gas grills can be configured for either propane or natural gas. With propane, you have portability, but you also have a tank to deal with; with natural gas, you have a fuel source that’s always available, but only through permanent natural gas lines that must be pre-installed.

Kamado Grills

Gas grills cook well by means of constantly available flame heat. A relatively new trend works on the principle of heat retention, and therefore doesn’t rely so heavily on constant heat production. Our line of Kamado grills and smokers uses the insulating properties of ceramics to hold in heat and maintain consistent, predictable cooking. You can smoke, bake, sear, roast, and slow-cook with these grills and get great results without surprises. We have Kamado grills in built-in and freestanding versions.

Charcoal Grills

The question of whether gas or charcoal makes the best type of barbecue grill is an argument waiting to happen. We remain neutral on the issue and carry both types with great selections.

Our charcoal grills maximize the flavor given off by burning charcoal yet minimize heat loss and waste. Choose from built-in or freestanding, aluminum or steel, small, medium, and “church social” size - up to 42 inches across.

Pellet Grills, Smokers, and Outdoor Pizza Ovens

Pellet grills, smoker grills, and outdoor pizza ovens aren’t considered “fringe” items anymore. They’re mainstream and we have a great selection of them. These innovative grills make it possible to cook virtually anything you want outdoors, utilizing the smoky nature of outdoor cooking that you can’t get indoors.