One of the southeast’s premier cart grill suppliers
Visit the outstanding showroom at any one of our 23 store locations, and you will see how serious we are about helping you find the ideal fireplace and gas appliances for your particular needs. Our 10,000-square-foot spaces hold approximately 100 different models—many of them working—for you to touch and see for yourself.
Among these products are BBQ cart grills from leading U.S. manufacturers, and our staff will be happy to work with you to bring home the perfect propane cart grill for your backyard or patio.
Choosing the best cart grill for your needs
Essentially, you want to find one that matches the quality of a built-in gas grill while offering you the ability to move it around on wheels. Here is what to look for:
Quality materials and welds: High-quality grills have highly polished, fully welded seams and double-lined commercial grade stainless steel hoods. Construction affects both how well the heat holds and how long the grill will last. Of course, using a heavy duty grill cover will help extend the lifespan of any grill.
Quality cooking grate material: Whether they are stainless, porcelain coated, or cast iron, most cart grill grates will work well as with proper cleaning. Cleaning is important, generally, for sanitary reasons, but especially with porcelain coated grates—never brush them while they are still hot, as that’s when the surface is most fragile. Chip or gouge porcelain, and your grate will begin to rust quickly.
Burners that are proportional to the grill size: If your cart grill is large, but your burners do not adequately cover its space, you will have uneven heat distribution and inferior cooking performance.
Burner protection that completely covers the burners: Sometimes called heat tents, flame tamers, or flavorizer bars, the element that protects your burners from falling salt, grease, and food particles is what helps extend the life of your burners. If the covering allows any exposure to your burners, do not buy that grill.
Wide temperatures: For steak grilling, you need a grill that reaches as least 600 degrees. But you also want to be able to grill delicate items like vegetables, or long-simmering items like brisket, at low temperatures without flare-ups. So make sure your cart grill can handle a wide temperature range!
Great warranty coverage: You want a burner warranty that’s around 10 years, and lifetime warranties on replacement parts whenever you can find them.
Our featured cart grill brands:
We carefully research all featured brands and recommend only the best quality to you. Also depend on us for assembly, service, and fuel delivery. To learn about our wide selection of outdoor living cart grills or other residential propane appliances and services, Contact us to speak with a representative today.