Question by  willowtree (55)

What should I look for when buying a propane grill?


Answer by  sean (141)

Look for a grill with stainless steel burners and a limited warranty in case something goes wrong with it. You may also want a grill with a warming rack for quick heating and a side burner so that you can cook multiple things. A grill that is easy to assemble is great too.


Answer by  Mollichella (445)

I always live by the saying "you get what you pay for" so the first thing I would look at is the price. If it's some cheap grill then there is no way it will be any good.


Answer by  Missmeme11 (134)

When purchasing a propane grill points to look for would be types of ignitions, size and price. Also Look for safety warning for each one as they may be different.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, always look at the warranty and look at the features: how much power, watts usage it is, cooking surface, charcoal container and what not..


Answer by  Tom (17)

When looking for a propane grill, it is important to take note the quality of construction that the grill has. Cheap grills have a somewhat flimsy construction. The burner should also distribute heat evenly throughout the grill. Small grills use less gas. With a little help and commonsense, shopping for a grill can be a rewarding experience.


Answer by  RCishollywood (190)

check out the connecter and how much gas it actully uses. For something like that you should go with the bigger brand names that are known to be safer. There is also diffrent types of propane.


Answer by  Balu (19)

he first thing is the price. If you drop in your local department or hardware store you will see Gas Grills in the price range of around $150 to $300.


Answer by  rnovikoffgmailcom (1722)

Make sure u are getting a grill thats big enough for your needs and make sure it isnt that expensive. compare costs of others.

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