Barbecue grills and smokers are the centerpiece to any outdoor kitchen or backyard patio. The Outdoor Store offers a wide selection and top brands of BBQ Grills and smokers. Whether you’re looking for a built-in and freestanding gas grills, charcoal grills, barbecue smokers, wood fired pizza ovens, kamado grills and more at competitive prices. We also have many flat top grills, gas griddles, wood fire grills, portable grills and many other bbq grill options to choose from.
Our team of grilling and outdoor kitchen specialists have been trained and equipped with BBQ knowledge on all of our products to assist our customers in buying the right bbq grills and smokers that fit their cooking needs.
Here are a few things to consider before purchasing a grill or smoker for your backyard:
Price – With many options of grills and smokers on the market, you will find most grills range in price from a few hundred dollars to some over $10,000. Having a budget set for what your outdoor cooking system would like to cost will save you time and effort by filtering BBB Grill and smokers results on our website. If you need assistance finding the right BBQ Grill in your price range, consult with one of our barbecue experts which can help match you with the perfectly priced barbecue setup. Materials and Durability – Grills and smokers are built with a wide range of materials that will ultimately affect the durability of the grill. Stainless steel is the most common material used for grills and is typically a durable exterior material. However, not all stainless steel grades are created equal. While 304-grade stainless steel is considered the most durable grade of stainless steel, there are several grades and thicknesses available that affect performance and durability. Exterior finishes such as painted steel or porcelain coated steel offer a cosmetic, cost-effective option for BBQ grills. However, over time with use the painted exterior will likely wear off, exposing the steel which can rust quickly. Size – The size of your barbecue grill or smoker can matter depending on how many people you are usually cooking for. Entertaining a party of 20 people in your backyard or outdoor kitchen, you may want a grill that can cook larger quantities of food. If you like to grill and cook multiple types of ways, for instance, smoking a brisket and cooking a breakfast on a griddle will require a little more kitchen space for multiple styles of grills. If you need help picking out the right outdoor appliances for your outdoor kitchen, a BBQ Grill expert is only a phone call away at The Outdoor Store.