Posted: July 8, 2024

Charcoal vs Propane Grills

Their differences and advantages

propane grill Garner, NC In the past, when someone said the word ‘grill’ your mind would automatically go to bags of charcoal, lots of smoke and ash flying around. But with the growing popularity of propane grills that has certainly changed over the years. This leads us to the question of which kind of grill is better and does the tastier cooking.

Charcoal grills

Charcoal grills tend to have a simpler set up than propane grills. They have legs, a metal charcoal chamber and a grill grate. Once you have actual charcoal you are then pretty much ready to get grilling. Here are some reasons people opt for a charcoal grill:

Propane grills

Propane grills do not use charcoal to get their cooking done. They use propane gas instead. While they can be more expensive to buy upfront than charcoal grills, they can save you money over time. For example, a supply of propane allows you to get more grilling done throughout a season than a supply of charcoal does. In addition to that, grilling with propane offers a whole list of other benefits as well:

With all these benefits it’s no wonder more and more homeowners are adding propane grills to their outdoor spaces.

Grills from K.B. Johnson

If you are a homeowner in Central North Carolina who is in the market for a new grill let K.B. Johnson help. We sell both propane grills and charcoal grills and our wide selection is on display in our showroom. Anyone who opts for a propane grill can also count on our propane technicians for delivery, assembly, repairs and servicing.

Your backyard can be complete with a grill from K.B. Johnson. Contact us today to learn more about all we have to offer!

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