Charmglow Gas Grills
Author: Dewayne Cataldi
Brinkmann manufactures the Charmglow gas grills for Home Depot who owns the Charmglow name. Thus this grill can only be found at Home Depot. However Brinkmann itself has a nice line of gas grills.
This is a well built unit that sells for around $300. It's nice and heavy and is build to last and you get a whopping 45,000 BTU on a 456 cooking area. It's great value for the money.
And of course there are pros and cons to any grill. The pros include heavy duty cooking grates and burners. A nice BTU and cooking area size, a self igniter, and a removable drip pan.
The cons include a card that is held together with screws rather than welded, a porcelain enamel coating that needs more care, and an aluminum construction rather than stainless.
You get a total of 45,000 BTUs presented with three 15,000 BTU porcelain enamel cast burners, plus you get an additional 12,000 BTU from the brass side burner. There are three independent igniters for each of the burners which is a nice feature. The vented hood releases excess heat.
For under $300 this grill is a good buy. There are few other grills on the market that will give you as much cooking power or as many features for that amount of money. And although the aluminum frame may not last as long as stainless it's been used for years and has a great track record for durability.
Engrail also produces grills for Home Depot under the Charmglow name. Their grills are stainless with control panels, front cabinet doors, hood sections, and they also have better burners and grates. Of course these stainless Charmglow grills can't be purchased for the price of the level entry one.
There are a few Charmglow gas grills to choose from. If you are looking for the grill of all grills the Charmglow Ducane 3 burner stainless steel grill is a must have. It's bright, shine, big, and beautiful. It has all kinds of features to get your attention.
It comes with heavy duty cooking grates that are welded, expansive cooking areas that is a whopping 624 square inches. The three stainless burners provide 36,000 BTU and the side burner gives you another 12,000 BTU. It comes with a split fork rotisserie that is complete with infrared burner and motor. But be prepared to get the checkbook out as this grill comes in around $1500.
And if you are looking for a great buy this Quickset 40,000 BTU gas grill costs less than $200 and provides you with 680 square inches of cooking space. The EvenFlame system means even consistent heat for the perfect cooking service. It also has an 8000 BTU side burner which is very handy.
Charmglow Gas Grills have some great choices but don't forget there are plenty of great buys online too. With so may quality grill manufacturers it won't take you long to find that perfect grill. Then all that's left is some great cooking.
About the author:
Dewayne Cataldi worked as a supervisor of a grill manufacturing plant for almost 20 years. Needless to say, he has seen his share of gas grills and knows them from top to bottom. He now shares this experience with the general public on http://www.gascook.com by giving out free spec sheets on various models and makes of gas grill to give potential consumers a source of comparison.
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