OutDoor Living & Gas Grills

Southern Propane offers a large selection of the best and most popular grills on the market today. Certainly feel free to ‘grill us’ with questions concerning the many options available depending on your specific needs. We carry the following brands listed below in stock in our showrooms. Specific models may vary by location and other brands are available for special order. Come visit your local Southern Propane showroom to browse our current inventory.

Weber Grills

Inspired by his passion for grilling the best steaks for family and friends, Weber’s founder, George Stephen, invented the revolutionary kettle grill in 1952. George knew that a rounded cooking bowl with a lid was the key to success. He added three legs to the bottom, a handle to the top, and the rest is history. In addition to the iconic kettle grill, Weber also offers an impressive line of gas grills.

The Green Egg

The most versatile cooking device ever. It’s a grill, it’s an oven, it’s a smoker. Widely acclaimed as the original American-designed ceramic cooker, the Big Green Egg was derived from an ancient clay cooking device known as a “kamado”. Originally a clay vessel with a lid, today’s EGG® is a modern ceramic marvel known for producing amazing culinary results for novice and experts alike for over thirty years!

Traeger Grill

Traeger Grills are designed to let you champion outdoor cooking. Use it as a grill, BBQ, smoker or wood-fired convection oven, Steak, brisket, prime rib, hamburgers, pork loin, veggie kabobs, pizza, even cookies and biscuits are so simple! Check out Traeger’s all-new line of grills, loaded with features like a hopper clean-out, a digital controller with dual meat probes, additional grilling space and much more.

Bayou Classic

For the last twenty years the Barbour family, creators of Bayou Classic® have remained focused on providing the best possible cooking equipment to enhance any outdoor experience. Offering a broad variety of cooking products – from Great Lakes Boilers to Bayou Jambalaya pots, stockpots, outdoor patio stoves, ceramic grills, or cast iron cookware. From backyard entertaining or roughing it at a camp; whether tailgating before the big game or race day; whether spending a day at the park or a day at the beach; there is always that unmistakable feeling from cooking on the Bayou!

Grills are not complex machines, but understanding the basics of grill construction can help you get the best grill for the money. We’re here to make simple work of finding the right grill with the Anatomy of a Gas Grill and our Five-Step Inspection.

STEP 1 – THE WIGGLE TEST. Step right up, grab the handle or the sides, and give it a good shake. Does it feel solid and firm? It’s a sign of quality.

STEP 2 - LIFT THE LID. Judging a grill by the weight of the lid alone is like judging a car by the weight of the hood. Make sure it is made of high grade stainless steel or it could easily discolor or rust.

STEP 3 - LIFT OUT THE COOKING GRATES. Under the grates youʼll find some type of system to disperse even heat across the cooking grates and to control flare-ups. Inverted V-shape metal bars is the best design at channeling food drippings and preventing flare-ups.

STEP 4 - TAKE OUT MIDDLE BARS OR BRIQUETTES. Underneath youʼll find the burners, which produce heat. Burners on better grills are independently controlled and run the length of the cook box for even heat.

STEP 5 – CONSIDER THE BRAND. Read closely to understand what is and what isn’t covered. The best warranties are uncomplicated and are light on fine print.

Outdoor Fire Pits and Fireplaces:

Outdoor fireplaces make it quick and easy to add warmth and ambience to your outdoor living space. What better way to enjoy an evening outside than with a clean, warm fire with no soot or ashes to clean.

Patio Heaters:

For an outstanding source of heat units range from small table-top heaters to freestanding floor models that deliver radiant heat up to 20 feet in diameter. Propane’s clean and versatile power can raise your outdoor living temperature 10 -30 degrees.

Lighting and Flame Effects:

Propane lighting is perfect for entryways, landscaping, outdoor patios and more. Tiki torches and propane lanterns create a beautiful aesthetic and accented landscaping provides extra home security. Consider making your ordinary outdoor space extraordinary with propane.

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