It’s grill season. Summer holidays, pool parties, family reunions, and camp-outs are on the schedule, and barbecue is on the menu. There are many great grills on the market, and we definitely have our favorites, but we don’t want you to take our word for it. We’ll let the grills do the talking.
Gas grills are quite popular, but families are still reluctant to make the purchase because they are more pricey than charcoal grills. Do you know why? We do! They’re better!
Gas grills are convenient. Turn a knob and the heat is on, adjust the temperature with the same ease, extinguish the fire with no more effort. Say goodbye to lighter-fluid-flavored hot dogs. In fact, don’t buy lighter fluid at all. You won’t need it when you use a gas grill. You won’t have a messy clean up either, no ashes or coals to dump.
Gas grills are easy to clean. You don’t have to find a place to dump out your ashes or charcoal. The fire itself releases less byproduct than wood and charcoal fires, so there is less grime. Simply extinguish your fire, clean the grate with a wire brush, and call it done until next time!
Gas is more consistent. You don’t have to watch your food burn while your fire burns down with gas. If it’s too hot, or the flame is too big, simply turn the knob, and the heat decreases. Likewise, where charcoal fires may be hotter and cooler at different areas of the grill, not so with gas. The flame and heat is even and consistent throughout the cooking area of the grill.
Gas grilled tastes better. Since your food cooks quickly and consistently, the tastes are more vibrant and more nutrient rich.
Other Types of Grilling
There are other grills that may be wood-burning or charcoal-burning that still do the trick, but they’re messier and the heat is less consistent. The smoke and smell that follows you around for the rest of the day is also a pain, and not appetizing in the least. When you choose a gas grill, you don’t have to wonder if you have enough charcoal to get the job done. You can rest assured knowing there’s exactly as much propane left as when you last grilled. Gas grills are efficient and clean-burning, so you waste less fuel and waste less heat when you choose gas.
If you’re ready to kick off barbecue season with a new grill, consider gas, and make an investment toward a summer menu worth sharing. Invite the neighbors, invite the family, and celebrate on weekdays and weekends alike. Call us at 410-535-0052 to ask the fire professionals about gas grills that will work for you.