Grills —- Gas vs Charcoal

When it comes to what grill is appropriate for you, you will have to consider several factors.


  • Price
  • Availability
  • Size
  • Restrictions for your area
  • Charcoal
  • Gas
  • Ease of use
  • Side tables

You have to consider all of these things to make an informed decision. Grills run from  $59 to the thousands ( especially if you have one custom made. You want to get one that is big enough to do the job efficiently. While both types of grills are very good, you have to know if your neighborhood will allow certain types of grills. Some neighborhoods will not let you have a charcoal grill while others will ban a gas grill. KNOW YOU REGULATIONS FOR YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. You want a grill that is easy to use with as many sideboards as you can afford for the type of grilling that you are going to be doing. Once you get bitten by the grilling bug you may find that you want a charcoal grill(for the natural smoky flavor) and a gas grill for the ease of regulating the temperature.


Remember to Thrill for the Grill