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Grills

Bring On the Sizzle

Just like an indoor gas range, propane grills give you instant on-off convenience and precision temperature control for a perfectly done meal, every time. With no coals, soot, or ash, cleanup is a breeze, too.

find a grill to suit your tastes

Propane grills are available in a variety of sizes and styles, with different perks like side burners for sauces and even rotisserie features. First, consider your budget and what size of grill will reasonably fit your space. When you’re ready to browse, remember that the more burners a grill has, the more you can cook in different temperature zones — so you can perfectly grill the fish, the burgers, and the corn simultaneously. Feeding a crowd? Plan on getting a larger grill that allows you to get all the food on the table at once, rather than grilling in batches.

Safe Grilling Tips

Here are a few reminders for how to play it safe during your next cookout.

FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS

Whether it’s assembly, use, maintenance, cleaning, or storage, make your grill manufacturer’s instructions your go-to resource for safe grilling.

POSITION THE GRILL IN A SAFE LOCATION

Keep your grill outdoors and at least five feet from the house on a level surface that is clear of outdoor furniture, overhead trees, or other potential fire hazards.

CHECK FOR LEAKS

Use a soapy water solution to check connections for leaks. Expanding bubbles indicate a leak. Follow this procedure every time you replace a cylinder.

FOLLOW PROPER LIGHTING PROCEDURES

Follow the manufacturer’s lighting instructions, and with all grill models, keep the lid open and don’t lean over the grill when lighting it.

FOLLOW PROPER RELIGHTING PROCEDURES

If your flame goes out, turn off the gas and refer to your owner’s manual. At a minimum, with all grill models, keep the lid open and wait at least 15 minutes before relighting.

BE PRESENT

Stay close and never leave your grill unattended.

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