W hen summer hits, there’s nothing more relaxing than a barbecue with your friends and family and the best place for it is always your backyard. Although you need to spend some money to build a solid outdoor kitchen, this investment will surely pay off when you’ll first taste your homemade burgers.
The grill is the center of your outdoor kitchen, the masterpiece, so you should choose one that is both powerful and practical. Built-in gas grills feature multiple burners, large cooking racks and other options like rotisserie or smokers. Moreover, they are easier to use than classical charcoal grills and, due to their incredible power, deliver well-cooked food faster.
Top 10 Built-in Gas Grills Compared
|Photo||Product Name||Cooking Surface||Cooking Power||Number of Burners||Dimensions||Rotisserie||Price|
|1. Lion Premium Grills 90823||1030 sq. in.||90,000 BTUs||5||24.2 x 40 x 21.5 in.|
|2. Blaze BLZ-5LTE2-NG” C-Series||915 sq. in.||80,000 BTUs||5||24.2 x 40 x 21.5 in.||Optional|
|3. Lion Premium Grills L75623||830 sq. ft.||75,000 BTUs||4||24.2 x 32 x 21.5 in.|
|4. DCS BH1-30R-N||748 sq. in.||68,000 BTUs||3||27.3 x 39.2 x 24.2 in.|
|5. Bull Outdoor Products 47629||600 sq.in.||75,000 BTUs||4||40 x 28 x 48 in.|
|6. Napoleon BIP500RBPSS-2||760 sq. in.||66,000 BTUs||5||21 x 31 x 24in.|
|7. Blaze BLZ-4LTE-LP||740 sq. in.||66,000 BTUs||4||23.4 x 23.4 x 33.5 in.|
|8. RSC 32 in. Stainless Steel Grill||710 sq. ft.||60,000 BTUs||4||32.75 x 25.25 x 20 in.|
|9. Napoleon BILEX485NSS-1||675 sq. ft.||48,000 BTUs||3||29.75 x 21.5 x 7.5 in.||Optional|
|10. Coyote C1c28lp||640 sq. ft.||40,000 BTUs||2||27 x 20 x 12 in.||Optional|