Outdoor Cooking & Grilling
Grilling & Outdoor Kitchens
Sixty percent of home grilling is done with propane gas grills. Propane grills light instantly, heat faster than charcoal and release less carbon monoxide. They also feature temperature regulators for more control while cooking. Many folks are creating outdoor kitchens, complete with a large grilling surface, cook top, oven and even a rotisserie. All can be easily set up to operate with propane cylinders or through your home’s main supply tank.
Ninety-six percent of professional chefs prefer cooking with propane gas. With precise temperature control and even-heat distribution, propane cook tops and ovens let you
cook like the pros. Propane cooking appliances offer several advantages with consistent temperatures, superior reliability, low maintenance and an instant flame turn-on and turn-off capability for added safety. Propane ovens retain moisture in food better and
have a typical life span of 15 to 20 years.