Your gas grill has been made to provide many years of backyard fun and enjoyment, provided that you take care of it properly. When it is not in use, it is a good idea to protect your outdoor gas grill from the elements. Rain, snow, hot sun, and wind all wreak havoc on your gas grill. As with any household appliance, it is important to keep your gas grill properly cleaned. Thoroughly cleaning your grill after each use will help to keep it looking and working like new for many grilling seasons to come.
If you’ve been grilling for some time, you’re probably familiar with your fuel choices of either propane or natural gas. Typically, neither one is really better than the other; both cook and heat just fine. The differences are in price, availability, and ease of use.