Whether you are barbequing in your backyard for your family and friends or running a business, you need the right tool for the ultimate cookout.
You require an appliance that will handle the cooking demands of your recipes to perfection and that is safe and easy to use.
One of the premier brands on the market today is Napoleon, who make some of the best grills ever created. But how do you know which model is right for you?
Napoleon Grill Features
Napoleon grills are built of corrosion-resistant material. It features a closed cabinet which detracts from available space but offers a tidier look. The gas tank is also hidden from view.
The fireboxes are built of aluminum which is rustproof and easy to clean. The grill is cast iron. This holds and distributes heat evenly. The side table is retractable, a feature other models lack. The Napoleon Grills can fit into tight spaces because of this. Napoleon grills offer comparatively larger cooking surfaces across all models, on the top and sides. Two-piece lids on these grills retain heat and offer protection against the wind and animals that want to prey on your meal.
Napoleon Grills’ burners are interconnected. If the wind should put out one during cooking, it is automatically reignited by the others.
For its Rogue series, the manufacturer offers a 15-year bumper-to-bumper warranty covering all parts of the grill.
The Prestige and Pro models carry lifetime warranties on major parts and a 15-year warranty on the rest of the product.
Types of Napoleon Grills
Napoleon grills can either be propane or charcoal powered.
They also came in a variety of sizes. The compact and portable Napoleon TQ222SPO Travel Q Portable Grill and the Napoleon TQ285X-BL Portable Propane Grill can be used and stored in the smallest spaces.
The massive Napoleon T495SBNK Triumph Natural Gas Grill and the Napoleon LEX485RSIBPSS-I Propane Gas Grill can carry 20 patties at a time.
Here are some questions you should ask yourself as you choose the Napoleon Grill that suits you best:
- What is your preferred fuel? Natural gas, propane gas, and charcoal are the most common fuel types. They have different features, and each gives your food a particular flavor.
- How many people do you cook for? This will guide you as to the ideal size you should buy.
- Where do you enjoy doing your cooking? Is it on your patio, back yard, or the go?
- How much do you have to spend? Napoleon Grills offer various features in all its models that may cost you more.
Napoleon Grills come in such range and variety that choosing the most ideal is no walk in the park. Knowledge of their different types and features goes a long way in helping you make the right choice.