Do you love to grill but can’t be bothered with the hassle of cleaning your grill afterward? If so, one of Z Grills‘ various woodfire grill models might be just what you’re looking for. These portable grates let you enjoy a quick and easy meal without the mess.
Cleaning Our Outdoor Grills
Z Grills are made for easy cleaning; just remove the grates with a screwdriver, spray them down with cooking oil, and wipe them clean with a cloth. Or when you’re ready to cook again, just put them back on the grill!
Z Grills launched its first outdoor grill in pellet grill style in 2016. The Z Grills 14″ Pellet Grill & Smoker offers a masterfully constructed wood-pellet grill with simple operation for low maintenance. The Z Grills brand outdoor grills are powered by premium quality built-in components including a digital LED temperature display, integrated meat probe, bottom-mounted convection fan, and removable ashcan.
Outdoor Grill Options
One of the most common questions customers ask is whether they should choose stainless steel or cast iron for their grates. The choice comes down to what you are planning on cooking on your new grill, but the differences are notable enough that it is worth spending some time to look at them in-depth.
Stainless steel is lighter than cast iron. This makes it easier to move your grill around, especially if you are using it in your yard. Stainless steel also doesn’t rust or absorb odors as cast iron does, so if you want a clean-looking grill that will always be ready to use, stainless steel might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Cast iron grates are thicker than stainless steel. This means that cast-iron grates are more durable and will last longer than stainless steel. The additional thickness also creates a crisper cook surface, which makes cast-iron grates great for searing steaks or cooking poultry. One of the main drawbacks to cast iron grates is that they are more difficult to clean. You will need to scrub them with something that can get into the tiny crevices where food tends to build up, like a non-scratch sponge or cloth.
How Much Do Grill Grates Cost?
So how much do these grills cost? The prices range from $200 to $600.
The price of a grill grate depends on the quality of the grate, the size of it, and what you intend to use it for. Some grates are more expensive than others simply because they are made of higher-quality materials or are bigger. For example, if your grill grate is larger, then you will need more grate to cover the same amount of cooking space. The larger grates cost more because they take up more time and resources to create.
You may also have to pay extra for special features. For example, some grates are made with heavy-duty materials that are meant to be used over and over again without rusting or wearing out. The durability of these grates will cost you more, but if you are looking to use your grill frequently without needing to replace the grate each time, it is worth purchasing a heavier grade of metal. You can also expect to pay more for a grill with particular features, like side burners or individual vents.
Features To Consider Before Purchasing
You might think that buying a new grill grate is as simple as picking out the one that looks best. However, there are several things that you should consider before making your final purchase.
Grill Size for Home Space
The size of the grate depends on how much space you intend to use it for. Bigger grates allow you to cook more food, and they also make it easier to move your grill around. On the other hand, larger grates that come from our larger outdoor grills also take up more space in your garage or backyard, so if you are considering buying a new grill but don’t have much room, look for a smaller one.
Z Grill’s Outdoor Grill Features
The Z Grills line is powered by premium quality built-in components including a digital LED temperature display, integrated meat probe, bottom-mounted convection fan, and removable ashcan. The digital LED temperature display has an accuracy rating of plus or minus five degrees. This means that the temperature displayed by the thermometer is accurate within 5 degrees (whether it is hotter or colder). Digital displays are more accurate than analog displays because they don’t change based on other factors like heat or cold.
The integrated meat probe also has an impressive rating for accuracy. With a rating of plus or minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, it can tell you exactly how hot your food is without having to open the lid and check for yourself.
There are three different models of Z Grills, each with a different price point. The 14″ Pellet Grill & Smoker is listed at $399.
The 24″ Deluxe Pellet Grill & Smoker is listed at $699.
The 28″ Deluxe Pellet Grill & Smoker is listed at $699. All three models have a digital thermometer and meat probe, along with a bottom-mounted convection fan for even cooking and a removable ashcan to prevent ash from getting in your food. The biggest differences between the three models are the sizes and the amount of cooking space available.
The Z Grills are ideal for people who love to grill but don’t have the time or resources to clean their grills after every use. With the Z Grills, you can easily use your grill anytime you want without having to clean it. All you need to do is remove the grate, spray it down with cooking oil, and wipe it clean. This means that your food won’t be left on the grill overnight waiting for you to come back in the morning to grill again or worse yet, thrown away!