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How to fix gas grill


Since the average gas grill lasts just over 3.5 years, according to a recent survey by the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association of 9,000 gas grill owners, you will inevitably face this dilemma, fix your gas grill or buy a new one. With replacement parts and instructions readily available from most manufacturers, fixing could be the choice for many grilling enthusiasts. So if you wonder when and how to fix your grill, here is what you need to consider.


Posted April 24, 2011 2:23 PM

54-inch grill by Wolf


The new Wolf outdoor gas grill is a 54-inch precision grill made of heavy-duty stainless steel with powerful burners that provide intense evenly distributed heat for outstanding barbecue results. It also features an electric rotisserie with infrared burner to produce succulent poultry and roasts. The 25,500 BTU sear zone emits exceptionally high heat to sear meats faster and deeper. Radiant heat from ceramic briquettes mixes with direct heat for more thorough grilling. The Wolf 54-inch outdoor grill is designed for a built-in application only.


Posted February 19, 2011 7:52 PM

Ceramic grill smoker by Saffire


Thanks to its tough and highly efficient ceramic design combined with tightly sealing gaskets, Saffire grill smoker requires less air flow to keep itself hot, and retains heat and moisture while delivering mouth watering results every time, even in a cold winter. This ceramic grill operates on minimal charcoal quantities, consuming only between ¼ and ½ of the charcoal usage of an average grill and smoker, while smoking food for many hours. And since the minimal air flow also prevents runaway fires, the temperature fluctuates very little, making it easier to maintain the desired temperature for hours. The grill sustains temperatures from less than 200°F to over 800°F.


Posted January 21, 2011 7:08 PM

Steel charcoal grills by Fire & Steel

These stainless steel grills by Fire & Steel offer quality workmanship and impressive design. Surely, either grill will become a centerpiece of your yard.

Scorpio, price is € 3,500


Posted January 13, 2011 6:52 PM

Bob Grillson Holzpellet grill with wooden pellet burner


Bob Grillson Holzpellet grill employs radiant heat and convection for the best grilling experience. The core of Bob Grillson is its patented wooden pellet burner that holds pellets on the bars designed from special fireproof steel. Below is the main nozzle that supplies a permanent jet of air which moves on into the exhaust pipe and finally into the diffuser, generating under-pressure in the pellet rack. The grill burns high quality hard wooden pellets. Its is easy to operate and there is no much to clean after you finish.


Posted January 12, 2011 11:56 PM

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