Portable Stoves & Grills
When purchasing an outdoor grill, there's a lot to consider including the type of grill you want to cook on: Charcoal grills use briquettes, gas grills use propane or natural gas. But add in pellet grills, electric grills, kamado grills, built-ins, and smokers, and it can get confusing. Omni Outdoor Living is here to help. Charcoal grills are available in kettle (deep, compact), barrel (drum), and ceramic kamado (egg) shapes, and offer features like temperature gauges, vents, and wheels. Cleaner and cheaper, gas grills connect to either propane tanks or a natural gas line, and offer a multiple burners, temperature and gas gauges, shelves, and side burners. Pellet grills use a fan to circulate air from wood pellets heated in a firebox. The indirect heat from a pellet grill allows for roasting and baking, and infuse items with a smoky flavor. No matter what style or type of grill you're searching for, you'll find it here.