How to Save Money on Outdoor Grills

Monday, 01 Nov 2010 04:27 PM

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How can you save money on outdoor grills? Before you step into a store to purchase one, there are certain things that you should consider. Check for the following features to save money on outdoor grills:
  • Charcoal, gas, and electric grills are the three major types of grills available. To save on outdoor grills, check the method of usage, placement, and raw material used for them. With a gas grill, you have the choice of natural gas or propane gas. Choosing the cheaper gas will help you save money on a barbeque grill.
  • In order to save on an outdoor grill, pick a gas barbecue grill because it will heat up much more quickly, as the temperature is easily controlled with stove-like precision. There are no dirty ashes to clean up afterward, which will allow you to save money on outside grill maintenance costs.
  • Just because you want to save money on an outdoor grill, don’t buy a cheap one. What’s the point if it lasts just one season? To save on an outdoor grill, make a note of off-season sales at local stores and online.
  • Avoid grates that are nickel or chrome plated, as these tend to rust very easily. Instead, you should opt for individually welded stainless steel, cast iron, or porcelain-enameled steel cooking grills, which are harder wearing. This way, you can save on outdoor grill maintenance costs.
  • To save money on an outdoor grill, you should pay attention to dripping fat when grilling. This can cause serious flare-ups, which could spoil the grill and lead to high maintenance costs.
  • Unlike the charcoal grill, the gas alternative has its heat effectiveness reduced if the hood is not closed at the right time. Thus, to save money on an outdoor grill, keep the hood closed in order that the heat is better contained, for direct and indirect cooking of the food.
  • You save money on barbeque grills when the heat is distributed evenly around the food. To save money, once the barbecue has heated up, turn off the burners directly under your food when you grill.
  • After using your outdoor grill for your barbecues, it is really important that you keep it clean. This will definitely extend the operational life of the grill and save on the outdoor grill maintenance cost as well.

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