Char-Broil manufactures a TRU-Infrared gas grill that comes with three main burners and one side burner, and it puts out 43,000 BTUs. Its stainless steel construction and porcelain-coated cooking grates make it strong and durable, no matter how much it gets used. The TRU-Infrared grill has a total cooking area of 680-inches and a SureFire electronic ignition. Although Menards does not post reviews on its site, the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared gas grill received four out of five stars on Amazon.com.
The Duro Drop-in gas grill features 472-square inches of cooking space including a porcelain-coated warming rack. It comes with an easy-to-clean grease tray and includes a grill cover, rotisserie spit and stainless steel access door. Menards sells this grill for around $550 as of 2015, and it includes a natural gas conversion kit.
Those who prefer using a smaller grill will appreciate MasterCook's tabletop gas grill. Selling for around $25, this grill is small and portable but still provides 10,000 BTUs. It has a primary cooking area of 185-square inches and the grate is chrome-plated steel. A locking lid and folding legs are included to make transport easy; the paint of the hood and firebox are able to withstand high temperatures while discouraging rust.Learn more about Outdoor