Buyers guide to barbecues (BBQs)
Having a quality BBQ in your garden will allow you to spend more quality time in your garden, and is essential for entertaining friends and family on those warm summer evenings. You can also use a range of our BBQs in the winter months and get a lot more use out of it. Why not use your barbecue to cook your Christmas dinner? With a range of our larger BBQs coming with several gas burners and even a rotisserie, cooking a turkey on the BBQ is easier than you think.
When deciding on which BBQ to choose, this depends on whether you are a newbie or an experienced griller. If you are new to barbecuing and are not sure how much use you will get out of your BBQ, start with a small grill to suit your immediate needs. Once you get the hang of barbecuing, you can upgrade to a much larger grill to show off your skills to friends and family. When deciding on your BBQ, no matter what size you choose, it is important to look out for the quality of the BBQ, as a better grade BBQ will outlast a budget grill.
When buying a BBQ, the choice of fuel can be overwhelming, there are wood pellets, charcoal briquettes, gas or electric. Our gas options are the easiest and cleanest fuel, we also offer a large range of charcoal grills, and if you love the authentic BBQ experience, then the charcoal grills are for you. Another popular option are our portable grills which you can take to the beach or for a picnic - these tend to be charcoal but we also offer gas powered models too. Our biggest seller are our Traeger wood pellet grills as they combine the authentic BBQ smoke and easy technology features. Click here to read our blog and watch videos on comparing burgers cooked on gas, charcoal and electric grills to see which one is for you.