I have a grill on my deck that is connected to the gas line in our
house. It is a Sears Kenmore grill that we have inherited from the
original owners. There are no other serial/identification numbers on
it. The grill is old and has to go, but I'd like to replace it with
another stationary gas grill that hooks up to the main line.
My question is: Is there a name for these stationary/main gas line
grills? How do I search for one? I've looked at all the Sears/Lowes
grills, and none look like the one I have. Mine looks like a
mushroom, with the grill compartment sitting on top of a thin long
metal "leg". This leg has a knob to turn the grill on.
Please, help naming/locating this product.
Thank so much!
Hey, if you're happy with it, that's all that matters. You have obviously
owned one a long time. I've seen them, and they are not big enough for the
crowd I occasionally cook fore. The other 90% of the time, one would be
I was merely suggesting that when things are at a construction stage, or
renovation is taking place, THEN is the time to either decide to stay with
what ya got, or go to something else, as that's when it's easiest and
cheapest to make changes.
I don't think I'd hook up natural gas to something that is not
meant to be stationary.
Regardless of how the gas line is connected.
Here's the one I put in:
Not as big as a lot of grills I see,
but perfect for what I do with it.
Possibly. I know mine only gets done when the stove needs
to be moved for some other purpose. (If I went around cleaning
behind stuff, what would the dust bunnies eat? They'd starve!)
I merely brought it up as an example.
Why is this complicated?
Most propane grills have wheels.
Unless you remove them and bolt the grill to a deck
or something, you are going to be flexing the gas line
any time you touch that grill or unplug it.
Something I would not recommend.
For a stove, I remove the bottom drawer.
You can clean right up to the back wall
through the opening.
If you are pulling out your gas stove every
week for cleaning, well ... that's up to you.
I have electric.
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