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Prepare delicious meals beyond the indoor kitchen with an assortment of built-in grills. Built-in grills are built into outdoor kitchen islands for a more customized grilling arsenal. They are available in various fuel types including electric, charcoal, liquid propane, natural gas, and pellet to suit your culinary endeavors.
Built-in grills can have up to 10 burners, including some models that can operate using both charcoal and gas fuel with featured hybrid burners. Many include a rotisserie accessory so you can also have roast tenderloin to go along with your grilled creations. Side burners will save you a trip of having to head back to the kitchen in which you can easily prepare sides dishes while main courses finish up on the grill.
Some grills also contribute to enhancing the flavor of foods with a smoker. With a smoker feature, you'll be able to infuse meats with smokiness from your favorite wood chips. Serving succulent foods doesn't have to stop at sunset. Most come equipped with a grill light so you can keep the guests satisfied with juicy burgers well into the night. Not limiting anyone from channeling their inner grill master, ADA compliant built-in grills are designed to be easily accessible for virtually everyone to grill up a feast.
Appliances Connections values the importance of finding a built-in grill that's a perfect match to your grilling needs. That's why we carry models from the industry's top brands including DCS, Napoleon, Lynx, and more to ensure nothing but the best grilling experience.
If you're unsure which grill is right for you, one of our representatives will gladly assist you with their expertise.
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