Good propane grill

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Good propane grill

Postby Bruh44 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:03 pm

Hey all, I'm new here. I'm in the market for a new propane grill. I've been reading reviews and haven't found much I'm impressed with yet. I'm looking to stay under $1000.00. Does anyone have a grill the recommend? I would prefer a large grill too.
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Re: Good propane grill

Postby OldUsedParts » Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:37 pm

Howdy and Welcome :tup: can't help you on the Gas Grill but I'm sure that someone will come along shortly :salut: :texas:
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Re: Good propane grill

Postby woodenvisions » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:26 pm

Bruh44 wrote:Hey all, I'm new here. I'm in the market for a new propane grill. I've been reading reviews and haven't found much I'm impressed with yet. I'm looking to stay under $1000.00. Does anyone have a grill the recommend? I would prefer a large grill too.
Hi there,

I don't own a gas grill anymore but I have looked at 2 different mid level to hi level gas grills a few months back at a Home and Hearth show.

I saw 2 companies that drew ALOT of attention to thier gas grills. Other than the Webers, I saw 2 grills that looked incredible build wise and option wise.

Search for ( Blaze ) grills and the other was ( Napoleon ) grills.

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Re: Good propane grill

Postby Huckleberry » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:04 pm

Check out www.gasgrillwarehouse.com. They have a Bonfire grill 100% stainless for under $900.00.
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Re: Good propane grill

Postby Joernolav » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:32 pm

I've had a few gas grills. My recommendation would be a Weber. Everything else I've had rusted apart within a few years. My Weber is 16 years old. Been staying outside summer and winter in snow and rain without cover. Still looking great with no rust.

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Re: Good propane grill

Postby spacetrucker » Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:51 pm

first of all, Welcome to the forum.... do post often and include pictures
now to your question at hand, you get what you pay for, that being said I have been through several char grills in the $300 to $500 dollar range, all rust or burn out, most contained the lava rocks. When we bought our current house, it came with a natural gas outlet on the patio, my Webber genesis is now 11 years old and going strong, the burners or who knows may go wrong tomorrow, but this far still going good cant remember the price, but I can remember the years of good service it have given us, as well as the great rotisserie meats it has provided. I hope this helps you in your search.
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