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Whatever you’re looking for in a barbecue, we’ve got you covered. We offer everything from compact and portable BBQs ready to take to the beach right up to four and six-burner giants that are ideal for garden parties. Gas, charcoal, smokers and pizza ovens; there’s plenty to choose from to suit your needs and bring out your inner chef.

Top things to consider when buying a BBQ

1. Should I go for a gas or charcoal barbecue?

Charcoal barbecues tend to be cheaper. You’ll have to wait for flames to die down, but the traditional and authentic smoky BBQ flavours are well worth the wait.

Gas barbecues generally offer an easier cooking experience. They’re really quick and easy to light, giving you instant heat with precise control over each flame, so you can straight down to cooking.

2. What size do I need?

Size comes down to personal preference. Portable and compact barbecues are perfect for camping, travelling and smaller gardens. Four burner models give you enough room to easily cook for the whole family whereas six burners provide plenty of cooking space for a garden party.

3. What features should I look out for?

Side burners come in really handy to cook sides and sauces to go along with what you’ve got sizzling on the grill.

A warming rack is ideal for keeping items warm to help you maintain a constant flow of food. It’s also the perfect space to brown your bread buns!

Barbecues with a hood or lid transform your grill into an oven when closed. They come in great for cooking succulent joints of meat.

4. How should I take care of my BBQ?

For charcoal barbecues, empty the charcoal as soon as it has cooled, then take a wire brush and warm, soapy water to the grill.

With a gas barbecue, turn on the burners to remove any residue or burnt on food. Give the rack and drip trays a wash with soapy water and then wipe down the lid and burners.

All barbecues should be cleaned thoroughly after each use and then stored indoors and under a suitable BBQ cover – just remember to let them cool first.

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