If you are planning on renovating a kitchen, or you are building an outdoor kitchen, you may want to consider purchasing a drop-in grill to suit most all of your cooking needs.
Feature choices of drop-in grills
Drop-in grills can operate on charcoal, propane, natural gas, or electricity. Some of the choices of drop-in grills are flame-broil, convection, or rotisserie features. If you are building a cooking-island, you may want to install two different types of drop-in grills.
You will have the choice of 2, 3, 4, or 5 burners, which will suit any size family. Some drop-in grills are side burner units that are attached to a sink.
Advantages of drop-in grills
The greatest advantage of drop-in grills are that you will be able to install one in the exact place that you prefer, for your cooking convenience. Drop-in grills are cost efficient and require very little maintenance, upkeep, or cleaning. Drop-in grills are designed to permanently replace traditional barbeque grills.
Most drop-in gas grills come equipped with drip pans, large cooking grates, and a warming rack. When purchasing a drop-in gas grill make sure that it is CSA (Canadian Standards Association) certified and NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) approved.