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Use the following filter to find a grill with the number of burners you desire. More burners typically equate to a larger sized grill. Some grills also offer more burners of smaller size in order to allow the user to utilize different cooking styles such as direct and indirect heat.
Grill Cooking Power refers to the amount of BTU’s (British Thermal Units) a grill can output. BTU’s are essentially the amount of heat that a grill can produce. Typically the larger the grill the more BTU’s are needed to maximize the grills efficiency. To determine the BTU rating that you need for maximum efficiency, you need to follow a simple rule. The general rule is that you need 100 BTUs per square inch of cooking surface area. To simplify, if you buy a grill that averages around 300 square inches, the BTUs should be around 30,000 to have sufficient heat. Follow these guidelines and the filters below to find the built in grill right for you.
Primary Cooking Surface Area is the area on the grill that includes all of the main burners. Using this filter is a good way to sort between grills depending on the size of grill you are looking for and how much cooking you typically do at one time.
The Cooking Grate Material is an important facet of every good grill. The material should be strong and durable yet also provide good heat transfer. Typically grills use cooking grates made out of Stainless Steel, Cast Iron, Porcelain, or Enamel. While grates such as stainless steel and porcelain provide the best in non-stick surfaces they don’t have the same durability as cast iron. Use the filters below to find the option right for you.
Most grills come with one of two types of burner configurations either conventional or infrared. Conventional is the standard and most common configuration. It lights a flamed burner that heats a cooking grate which then cooks the food. Infrared burners heat up through an infrared element that then heats a cooking grate which then cooks the food. The appeal of the infrared burner is that they reduce flare ups and vaporize any dripping to add flavor back into the food. Yet the grills with infrared burners are typically more expensive. Some grills also come with a hybrid configuration of both conventional and infrared.
What outdoor kitchen is complete without a quality built-in grill for cooking outdoors? Our selection of built-in grills are available from top names in the grill industry such as Napoleon, PGS Grills, Alfresco, and more. All of our built in grills are carefully selected for quality to find those grills that are designed to provide years of precision grilling. We have a wide range of sizes of built in grills from smaller grills in the under 30" range all the way to larger built in grills over 41". We also offer convenient filters to browse specific features you are looking for such as Natural Gas and Propane grills or by number of burners, grill cooking power, and cooking surface area. Be sure to browse our selection of built-in grills today and find the model that is right for you.