Charcoal grills have the simplest installation yet require more maintenance. They provide the most authentic grilling tastes but require the periodic removal of the ashes. Flexible and portable, these are an ideal grilling solution for small spaces or fans of traditional grilling.
Liquid Propane grills are very easy to operate and offer a convenient fuel source. With this style the fuel tank can be located away from the unit, which reduces clutter on your patio. Ash-free and easy to use, these require somewhat more installation than a charcoal grill.
Natural Gas grills use gas as its fuel source. They are quite simple to use since they flame up instantly. Use these units if you need a quick and easy way to grill your food.
Electric grills are essentially large, metal heating plates with ridges simulating traditional grill grates. These innovative smokeless grills are great for indoor cooking on small or large scale, and gets you the same great taste with less fuss.
Pellet grills are a new, flexible fuel source combining the great smokey taste of wood-burning grills with the convenience of liquid fuels. Small, wooden pellets are fed into the flame and burn faster and hotter than traditional wood sources. These are available in a wide variety of woods and flavors, allowing remarkable customization and versatility.