Before you go and buy a gas barbeque there are some important questions that you need to ask.
You need to decide how much money you are going to spend, gas barbeque prices and the features you get for those prices can vary so it is worth doing your homework.
How many people are you likely to be cooking for? A small gas barbeque is ideal for up to four people but any more than that and you will be struggling for room on the barbeque for all the food.
What will you be cooking? Some barbeques have storage underneath, side shelves, side burners, a rotisserie, ice buckets and even a sink! It’s a waste if you have a BBQ with a rotisserie and then never use it! But on the otherhand you don’t want to purchase a basic gas bbq only to find you need extra features.
The grills on gas barbeques are made from a variety of different materials and does depend on the price of the barbeque.
Chrome plated looks very nice but need to be cleaned well after use. Stainless steel is easy to clean and maintain and tend to be longer lasting than chrome plated. Cast iron grills hold the heat very well but do need care to prevent rust. Porcelain coated grills are easy to clean and do not rust and tend to be found on more expensive models.
There are so many different gas barbeques available each with their own merits, but if you take some time to think about your requirements, the size you need, the space you have and the extras that you would like you are more likely to pick the right one first time.