Typical installation options for gas grills are in-ground post, fixed patio base, a moveable cart base or a built-in island unit. Accessories include side and front shelves, side burners, rotisseries and infrared burners. Most grills today are marketed as stainless steel but there is a wide range of quality in the stainless steel used. The higher grades of stainless steel contain more nickel than lower grades. In addition, most lower priced grills incorporate galvanized steel in their frame base, which deteriorates faster than stainless steel. Gas grills use either natural or LP gas as a fuel source. Some grills are manufactured to a specific type of gas and cannot be converted at a later date.
Our Rockville Rd. showroom is stocked with Broilmaster grill accessories and replacement parts. We have what you need to prepare for grilling season.