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  1. Go Under the Hood: 3 Key Features of High-Quality Grills

    There are many reasons a luxury grill is worth the higher price tag. Most budget grills just can't offer the features and durability of a well-built stainless steel grill. Even for casual backyard cooks, investing in a grill that lasts more than 10 years is a way better option than choosing one that's replaced every summer.
  2. Take the Premium Grilling Experience Wherever You Go with a Portable Grill

    Think you need a full-size grill to cook a gourmet meal? Think again! Portable grills offer a great grilling option whenever you're on the go. While these grills can't do everything their larger cousins can do, their premium performance and mobile design make them a versatile option for cooks everywhere.
  3. How to Build an Outdoor Grill Island

    As with many home improvement projects, there are several key variables involved with building your own BBQ grill island. In this guide, we won't be able to provide a one-size-fits-all solution, but we will be able to walk through the most relevant points regarding how to build an outdoor grill island. It's worth noting, we do offer pre-designed outdoor grill islands, however, most of what we'll focus on here is the customizable options available when designing your own grill island.
  4. What is Stainless Steel?

    In today's market, you have stainless steel appliances, stainless steel grill, stainless steel everything to choose from. It's common to see a product branded as "stainless steel", but not everyone knows what this actually means. In this article, we'll help you understand what is stainless steel and how it impacts bbq grills.
  5. Is Gas or Charcoal Better for Grilling?

    We're often asked if gas grills are "better" than charcoal grills (or vice versa). The short answer is, no, neither option is inherently "better". The long answer is, essentially, the rest of this article.
  6. Is a Luxury Grill Worth the Higher Price Tag?

    The short answer is yes. You should buy a luxury grill if you're looking for a higher performing appliance with more features and more durable construction.
  7. Napoleon Rogue Series Grill Review

    The Napoleon Rogue Series has been a best-seller for quite some time. With impressive features, an affordable cost, and the proven quality of the Napoleon name, it's easy to see why. For 2020, Napoleon has upped their grilling game once again with expanded offerings designed to meet a wide range of budgets and grilling needs. If you want to step into the world of high-end grilling without breaking the bank, these grills may be just what you're looking for.
  8. Can You Use Charcoal in a Gas Grill? And More Grill FAQ's

    As the summer grilling season starts to ramp up, we're seeing more questions about our grills. Today, we'll cover a few of the more common questions we get regarding grill fuel options. If your question isn't on the list, be sure to give us a call at 888-690-3773 to speak with one of our product specialists.
  9. How to Clean a Gas Grill

    Grills are frequently subjected to forces capable of breaking down steel. Heat, fire, water, salt, grease, moisture, and humidity can all take a toll on your product over time and can eventually start to negatively impact your grilling experience.
  10. Tips for How to Cook on a Charcoal Grill

    The first place to begin when thinking about cooking with charcoal is considering how much different it is as a fuel than gas. Charcoal/wood is the O.G. (original grill) fuel type but over the years gas has surpassed charcoal in worldwide popularity - especially in America where two out of three people own a gas grill according to the Hearth, Patio, & BBQ Association. This doesn't mean that gas grills are superior. Both gas and charcoal grills have their pros and cons: gas grills typically offer convenience - they get hot quickly without having to mess with starting a fire, whereas charcoal grills offer distinct & deep flavors gas cannot create. It's estimated about 1 in 5 Americans own both a charcoal and gas grill, so many folks seem to value having both options when it comes to grilling. Either way, let's look at why, as a fuel, charcoal is so much different than gas.

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