Propane grills are affordable, quick and easy to use, and cleaner operating, from an emissions standpoint, than traditional charcoal grills. They offer instant heat and precise temperatures, and release far less carbon monoxide, particulates, and soot than charcoal grills. About 60 percent of home grillers prefer propane for outdoor cooking. Many higher-end propane grills offer features such as enclosed grilling drawers and stainless-steel burners for preparing side dishes.
A premium built-in cooking area (complete with large grilling surface, cooktop, oven, and rotisserie) can be set up to operate on a propane cylinder or on a home's main supply tank. Propane-powered outdoor kitchens provide the same benefits as indoor cooking appliances just in a different atmosphere. Visit buildwithpropane.com for more information on propane and outdoor amenities.
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