When considering your gas grill, the method of fuel delivery is split into two options. Gas grills can be fueled using propane in a portable cylinder or natural gas delivered via underground pipes from your home’s natural gas supply to a permanently installed grill. When it comes time to refill your liquid propane cylinder, you can choose to have it refilled or simply take your empty cylinder to an LP exchange center at a nearby store to get a new, filled cylinder. Having two or more LP cylinders helps you avoid the risk of running out of gas in the midst of grilling! When it comes to cleaning and temperature control, gas grills don’t have ash deposits and are easier to clean, in addition to having knobs to regulate the temperature.
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This Blaze 25-inch gas grill on cart comes with three (3) commercial quality 304 cast stainless steel burners that each deliver an impressive 14,000 BTUs of cooking power, for a total of 42,000 BTUs on the cooking surface. Blaze introduces an affordable commercial style grill that was designed with your outdoor BBQ challenges in mind. The 304 stainless steel grill hood is double-lined to protect the outer layer from heat discoloration, keeping your Blaze grill looking shiny and new!
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