5 Important Questions to Ask When Buying A Grill

by Park Wine Country Group 09/08/2019

There are lots of grills in the market, different in every way, with options, add-ons that might even confuse you, leaving you wondering what you want. There are many kinds of grills to buy and how to get the best grill for you.

  1. Is It Coming Assembled? Check to know how much assembly you may need to do. It might seem like a no-big-deal on the surface, but when you indulge in such an activity, you get to understand how technical and exhausting putting together a grill can be. Do you have the time? Do you have the expertise and tools? To be on a safer side, look at the product and its description or better yet, ask a sales associate to prevent surprises.
  2. Does It Have Any Warranty? If your grill develops a fault after you've bought it due to no error of yours, what are your options? Most manufacturers have a standard warranty that doesn't span beyond a year. To have peace of mind, get one that has an extensive warranty. Mistakes most buyers make is to carry a product home, not minding whether it has a warranty or not. In the end, they end up regretful.
  3. How Much Cooking Power? Here is another factor to consider when buying a grill. Will you be using it once a week? Five times a week throughout the year? Will you be grilling every single day? If you entertain many guests all at once, then output should be put into consideration. The more BTUs that a grill’s burner has, the more heat it produces, and the faster you get things done.
  4. What About Mobility? If you need to move your grill often, you need to get the best grill that’s up for the job. Get a heavy-duty wheel with lockable casters; they can dabble into potholes and still come out fine. Don't go for those grills that come with weak wheels. A broken wheel makes it hard to move your unit around. 
  5. Materials Used in Manufacturing. Materials used in the manufacturing of a grill gives you an idea about its durability. If you want a grilling product that will last for a decade, maybe even more, then consider getting the stainless steel grill. It is better due to its ability to withstand the harsh elements or environment. If you want one that will serve you for two years or maybe more, the iron cast grill might be what you need. 

The above are the significant things to consider when buying a grill. There are other factors to consider as well, like the cost, ease of cleaning, comfort, parts, etc. if you’re yet to order for a grill, go and do it now! Speak to a sales representative at the hardware store also for more information.

About the Author
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Park Wine Country Group

Dennis Park

With over forty years of sales performance, Dennis combines old fashioned customer service, with new age technology and marketing.
Well-versed in residential and commercial real estate sales, Dennis provides high levels of communication, attention to detail and experience; all of which have been hallmarks of his extensive career. He was recognized as Realtor of the Year by the Women's Council of Realtors and as Volunteer of the Year for Big Brothers and Sisters. Dennis is currently a member of the Park Wine Country Group (along with his Realtor wife Teresa) as well as managing broker for W Real Estate.

Teresa Park

Teresa has been involved in the financial services industry for over 20 years and has an extensive background in banking, title, escrow and real estate. Besides winning numerous sales achievement awards, Teresa is a Certified Relocation Specialist. This knowledge combined with her desire to work diligently for her clients, allows Teresa to provide a high level of professional service in an atmosphere of good communication and results. Helping families achieve their real estate goals is the cornerstone of Teresa’s career; and she is fluent in both English and Spanish which allows her to serve a wide range of customer needs in the greater North Bay.

Additionally, she is involved in charitable organizations ranging from the Windsor Community Center, the Children's Village, the Red Cross, and is a frequent ‘foster mom’ to dogs in need of finding a new home. Teresa is well traveled and enjoys the experience of visiting other countries and cultures, and believes that it broadens her compassion and understanding of people in all walks of life.