If you’re interested in purchasing a Weber grill, congratulations! You’re already well on the way to selecting one of the highest-quality, most dependable and all-around amazing gas grills available on the market. But not all Weber grills are created equal, and the extensive line of Weber gas grills and Weber grill accessories are designed for a wide range of grilling styles in a variety of outdoor spaces and for different budgets. Most of us are lucky enough to grill for three out of four seasons, preparing everything from early springtime roasts and the ubiquitous summer burgers to our Thanksgiving turkey and Superbowl Sunday hot wings. If there’s a special recipe to add to our grilling arsenal, there’s usually a Weber grill accessory designed to make it happen. Weber understands the call to the great outdoors and their patented Weber grill covers are designed to protect our investment by not cracking in the winter or melting in the summer. On top of that Weber’s customer service is one of the most responsive in the industry and Weber grill parts are easy to order should you ever need to replace anything.

With summer right around the corner, your local store has probably started displaying their Weber grills. This is the time to check with them on any special promotions or Weber grills on sale. Before you do, we’ve put together this Weber grill buying guide to help you choose the perfect grill and accessories for inspired outdoor cooking and entertaining. Without further ado, let’s get started!


Our 5 Best Weber Grills

Not all Weber grills are created equal. In this section, we’re going to highlight the 5 best Weber grills that we’ve classified as all-around most awesome.

1) Best Budget: Weber Spirit E-310

Feature Rating Feature Rating
Burners Storage Solutions
Sear Perf. Side Burner
Grease Mgmt. Smoker
Cooking Surface Rotisserie
Even Heat Distr. Internal Lights
Wind Perf. Flare Up Mgmt.
Build Quality Warranty
Weber Spirit E-310 45010001

Burners: 3 Burners totaling 30,000 BTU's | Fuel: LP (Natural Gas Option Available) | Cooking Grates: Porcelain Enameled | Color: Black Only | Capacity: 529 sq. in. (424 primary, 105 warming rack) Appr. 12 Burgers | Side Burner: No | Rotisserie: No

Weber Spirit E-310 grill has the best price vs performance ratio among all grills on or around $499 price range. This gas bbq is reliable and comes with a 10-year warranty to back up its workmanship.

3 burner design gives you the ability to cook indirectly (fire up 2 burners and place the food on top of the middle burner which is not lit).

The ignition works with a touch of a button. Make sure to light up burner 1 first to get the gas flowing to the rest of the burners. Although it may not be the most convenient way to start a grill, you can cook with any number of burners on this Weber Spirit bbq.

What this grill is lacking in features, it makes up for with its porcelain enameled grates, and excellent grease management system. Flavorizer bars which are located under the grates minimize flare-ups and help add smoke flavor to your food.


2) Best Overall: Weber Genesis E-310

Feature Rating Feature Rating
Burners Storage Solutions
Sear Perf. Side Burner
Grease Mgmt. Smoker
Cooking Surface Rotisserie
Even Heat Distr. Internal Lights
Wind Perf. Flare Up Mgmt.
Build Quality Warranty
Weber E-310 Genesis Grill 61011001

Burners: 3 Burners totaling 39,000 BTU's | Fuel: LP (Natural Gas Option Available) | Cooking Grates: Porcelain Enameled | Color: Black | Capacity: 669 sq. in. Appr. 20 Burgers on the surface | Side Burner: No | Rotisserie: No

The Genesis II E-310 is what we call the Weber workhorse. This is a perfect all-around product designed to meet all of the needs of the average family who loves to grill. It boasts a reasonable and budget-friendly price point, yet still comes packed with all the most popular and powerful features of Weber’s best offerings.

Three individual burners, digital thermometer-compatible, with a 669 square inch cooking area including a tuck-away warming rack. Add in wing tables on either side, Flavorizer bars underneath the grate and Weber’s legendary Infinity ignition and you’ve got the perfect grill for just about anyone.

Although all Weber grills share the same firebox design (heavy duty shroud which covers good quality grates, flavorizer bars that deflect direct fire, and grease management underneath) the build quality goes up on higher price points.

Weber Genesis grills are far more sturdy compared to the Spirit series. And their burners are 30% more powerful. Unlike the Spirit grills that which you need to construct meticulously, the Weber Genesis grills are far less complicated than an Ikea project.


3) Best Color: Weber Genesis Special Edition SE-330

Feature Rating Feature Rating
Burners Storage Solutions
Sear Perf. Side Burner
Grease Mgmt. Smoker
Cooking Surface ♨️ Rotisserie
Even Heat Distr. Internal Lights
Wind Perf. Flare Up Mgmt.
Build Quality Warranty
Weber Genesis 61022201

Burners: 3 Burners totaling 39,000 BTU's | Fuel: LP (Natural Gas Option Available only in Black) | Cooking Grates: 9 mm Stainless Steel | Color: Black, Copper, Crimson Red, Smoke | Capacity: 669 sq. in. Appr. 20 Burgers on the surface | Side Burner: Yes | Rotisserie: No

Looking for color options on a grill that will still satisfy the demanding grill master in you? Consider the Weber Genesis Special Edition SE-330, a three-burner beast with a sear station and side burner. It’s got all the best Weber features, including stainless steel Flavorizer bars and an Electronic Crossover ignition system.

Weber also includes a handle light for night time convenience. You do not need to turn it on with a knob. Simply raising the hood will illuminate the cooking surface.

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Most importantly Weber now makes the SE (i.e. Special Edition) grills with 9 mm thick stainless steel grates which are capable of amazing heat retention which will translate in better cooking performance. Weber thought about night time grilling and included a handle light for your convenience.

The S-335 version of the same grill adds stainless steel finish, enclosed storage area, and a sear burner. Its variations include 4 and 6 burner bbq grills.


4) Best Performance: Weber Summit S-670

Feature Rating Feature Rating
Burners Storage Solutions
Sear Perf. Side Burner
Grease Mgmt. Smoker
Cooking Surface ♨️ Rotisserie
Even Heat Distr. Internal Lights
Wind Perf. Flare Up Mgmt.
Build Quality Warranty
Weber Summit Grill 7370001

Burners: 6 Burners totaling 60,000 BTU's | Fuel: LP (Natural Gas Available) | Cooking Grates: 9 mm Stainless Steel | Color: Stainless Steel, Black | Capacity: 769 sq. in. | Side Burner: Yes, 12,000 BTU | Rotisserie: Yes, Infrared 10,600 BTU | Smoker Box: Yes, 6,800 BTU

If you’re looking for the best of the best, the uncontested champion of all things grilling, then brace yourself and meet the Summit S-670 (proper sku number 7370001 for propane and 7470001 for natural gas) with an awe-inspiring six powerful burners and simply massive 838 square inches of total cooking area, all in a space-age stainless steel body. While it won’t literally rocket you into the stratosphere, the grilling capabilities packed into this gorgeous bbq will certainly make you feel like you’ve broken free from gravity.

Stainless steel flavorizer bars, stainless steel cooking grates, a bonus side burner, a patented Snap-Jet burner ignition system (i.e. each burner can be ignited individually by simply turning the knob), and built-in lighting round out the flagship Weber model. The Weber Summit comes with a infrared rotisserie which emits close to 11,000 BTU heat.

The build quality of Weber Summit grills is legendary. Assembly requirements are minimum. You simply need to place the hood and slide the sides into their respective position, snap-on the casters and you are ready to go.

The Weber Summit is a head-turner in your backyard. If you are short on space you can consider the 4-burner version of this product, the Weber S-470 7170001 which comes in liquid propane as well as natural gas. Both S-470 and the S-670 come in stainless steel as well as black enamel colors.


5) Best Pellet Grill and Smoker: Weber SmokeFire EX4

Feature Rating Feature Rating
Burners Storage Solutions
Sear Perf. Side Burner
Grease Mgmt. Smoker
Cooking Surface Rotisserie
Even Heat Distr. Internal Lights
Wind Perf. Flare Up Mgmt.
Build Quality Warranty
Weber SmokeFire EX4 22510001

After giving up a big marketshare to Traeger Grills, Weber introduced the new pellet grills and smokers under the marketing name SmokeFire. The Weber pellet grill comes in two sizes the SmokeFire EX4 a.k.a. 22510001 the 24-inch (672 sq. in.) pellet grill and smoker and the SmokeFire EX6 a.k.a. 23510001 which is 36-inches (1,008 sq. in.).

The most striking feature of the Weber SmokeFire EX4 is its ability to reach high temperatures with relative ease. This makes the pellet grill very effective in searing. The Weber SmokeFire operates in 200 to 600 F range to both smoke and grill. The porcelain enamel finish on this Weber smoker is durable and maintains its shine over years to come with or without a cover.

Weber uses its typical firebox design with the SmokeFire. Stainless steel flavorizer bars are seated under high quality grates. The usual Weber grease management system is flanked by the the ash collection bin. In the past few months Weber caught some bad press on grease management from early users specifically complaining about grease flare ups. Although we think the grease collection holes can be larger, clogging will happen without basic upkeep.

Weber sells pellets in 20 lb bags. A 20 lb bag should grill for about 6 hours. We highly recommend that you use Weber pellets since customer reviews point out that pellets made by other brands tend to jam the Weber auger.

The Weber pellet grill SmokeFire comes wifi enabled and with an app. The grill even has an LCD screen. Although Weber is not known for high tech designs per se, we see this as a solid step forward. What's nice is that the company also allows access to great recipes and grilling techniques. A word of caution is that, similar to other electronic devices, you may want to do a quick firmware update when you put together your grill.


The Many Parts of a Weber Grill

As we take a look at the components of a gas grill, let’s start our journey from the outside-in and begin with the first part of the grill you see—the exterior shell. And perhaps the most important part of that exterior is the piece that George Stephen revolutionized when he introduced it all those years ago—the lid.

The Gas Grill Lid and Exterior

The highest-quality gas grills feature a lid that perfectly balances all of the features and tasks for which it must be responsible in ensuring a safe, effective and delicious grilling experience. First of all, there must be proper ventilation for safe and quality cooking. The best grills also offer a highly visible thermometer on the lid to ensure proper cooking temperature easily and seamlessly during preparation and cooking. Because cooking can get messy and grills are often exposed to the elements, a stainless steel control panel can be an excellent feature to ensure that the grill controls hold up over time and under pressure.

Beyond the lid, you’ll want a grill with plenty of exterior surface space for keeping your tools, ingredients and cooking materials handy while grilling. Great grills have wing tables on either side with plenty of surface area for everything you might need, and Weber grill tables can be folded down when not in use. Nearly all Weber grills also feature either an open or closed storage area underneath the grill for additional materials.

And let’s not forget about wheels. A backyard grill should be mobile and easily relocated, so high-quality and durable wheels are often unrated but essential part of the grill.

Minor features like wheels and storage space might not seem critical to your grilling experience, but over time these sorts of advantages (or disadvantages in low quality models) can make or break your desire and enjoyment of grilling. Backyard grilling is all about enjoying great times, great weather and great food, so the act of grilling itself should be as easy, convenient and as feature-rich as possible.

Grill Interior

Now that we’ve taken a look at the grill exterior, let’s pop the hood and see what’s going on underneath. The most basic grill components that you’ll be interacting with on a regular basis will be the grill grate (where you lay your food for grilling) and the burners (which provide the flames for heating and cooking the food.)

The Grate

The cooking grate in your grill has a big impact on the quality of your grilling experience and the ultimate quality of the food you cook. The best cooking grates are made from cast-iron and feature a porcelain enamel which enhances flavor, reduces sticking and tearing of food and provides an even heat profile across the food’s surface. Cast iron has become the go-to high quality material for cooking grates because of the way it holds in flavor and increases in seasoning over time. Just think about how much better your cast iron kitchen cookware flavors food as opposed to your lower quality cookware.

Another factor to consider when it comes to the grate is how much space you’ll need for cooking. We’ll get into this in more detail later in this guide, but for now suffice it to say you'll want to take into account how much grilling you’ll be doing, for how many people, and how often. In this same vein, it’s time we talk about the powerhouses of any grill.

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The Burners

The burners are the element of the grill that do the actual cooking of your food. The gas ignites and powers the flames, allowing you to get that wonderful barbecue taste that’s the envy of non-grillers everywhere. In any quality grill, knobs on the grill exterior should allow you to independently adjust the flame strength and size of the burner flames, and those burners should run the length of the inner cookbox to ensure even heat and cooking.

This is critical because some foods (shrimp, chicken) require lower heat and longer grilling times while others (steaks) you’ll want to sear with some serious heat. The amount of burners you’ll need will depend on how much food you plan to make, but we’ll get into that in more detail later on.

Burners are generally compared by their BTU (British Thermal Unit) which measures energy from heat. For example, the Weber Spirit E-210’s main burners have a BTU input of 26,500.

Other Grill Parts

While we’ve covered the main components of any grill, it’s truly the extras that set apart a good grill from a great one. For example, porcelain-enameled trays that keep grease from dripping back into the flame and igniting while also increasing flavor of food (Weber’s patented methods are called Flavorizers). There are also interior warming racks where you can keep food further from flames so that they stay warm without being overcooked, plus important features like grease catching trays and pans for safety and cleanliness of your grill.


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The Big Three Weber Grill Series

At Weber, gas grill manufacturing has eventually become streamlined into three primary series, each with a set of unique models built to suit personal grilling needs. We’ll do some more comparing of the different lines throughout this guide, but for now let’s make a quick introduction.

Weber Spirit Series

Weber’s smallest range of gas grills packs just as much punch as its cousins in a more streamlined package. These 2- or 3-burner grills are the perfect size for casual grilling for couples, families or individuals and are made to fit in small yards, patios or balconies. They’re still chock full of features including fold-down side tables, Flavorizer bars and stainless steel finish where it matters most, including the burners.

Weber Genesis Grills

The Weber Genesis series features a wide range of grill sizes and features, ranging from 3 burners in the Weber E-310 model all the way up to S-435 4 burners. Genesis gas grills come in open cart or eclosed cart designs. The E models feature porcelain enamaled grates while the S models feature stainless steel design for better heat retenton. The exclusive SE models have a handle light as well as 9 mm thick cooking grates. All Weber Genesis II models feature the new and powerful GS4 design.

Weber Summit Grills

Ranging from 4 to 6 burners, the Summit series is visually gorgeous and packs a lot of power under the hood. The 470 series even features a patented Sear Station burner that packs on the heat to get that seared-in flavor that grillers dream about. The S-460 and S-660 models are designed to be built-in to backyard configurations, so the Summit series covers a wide range of uses, applications and aesthetics for every type of grillmaster.

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Is Bigger Better? Choosing the Right Grill Size

When it comes to the size of their grill, many cooks and backyard chefs think that bigger is always better. But when selecting your grill you should keep in mind the factors that matter most, because going big is a tradeoff in other areas that you might not initially consider.

There are two significant disadvantages to choosing a larger grill. First of all, large grills take a longer time to heat up. It’s simple science—a larger space requires more heat and energy before it reaches a certain temperature. Just imagine trying to heat a gymnasium with a space heater. as opposed to a small bedroom. This means budgeting for longer prep times when cooking for eager mouths.

The other disadvantage of larger grills is that the use more gas. While gas grills have become more efficient, it’s a fact that those with larger burners and more burners to fuel will use up gas much quicker than smaller models.

Keep all of this in mind when selecting your gas grill. How much grill space do you really need? Do you entertain larger groups often, or are you generally cooking for you and your small family? Are you big eaters or do you like to enjoy smaller portions? All this will help determine whether you should opt for a smaller grill or go big. It’s a personal choice, and there are inherent benefits and drawbacks on both ends of the size spectrum.


Stainless Steel vs Porcelain Enamel Grates

Your grill grate is the very surface where you’ll lay down your precious meats and other grill ingredients, so the way it’s made as well as the materials it is made from matter a great deal. Generally, there are three kinds of grates in quality grills— stainless steel, pure cast iron and porcelain-enameled cast iron. What’s the difference? Let’s find out.

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Stainless Steel Grates

A stainless steel grate is a fine choice for all the reasons that have made stainless steel popular—it’s resistant to rust and damage, impressively durable, and serves as a great cooking surface. On the negative side, stainless steel doesn’t season as well as cast iron over time. Some ingredients will stick to the surface, leaving a mess of both the cooking surface and whatever you happen to be cooking. For this reason, many individuals opt for cast iron or porcelain enamel instead.

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Porcelain Enamel Grates

Porcelain enamel has risen to popularity because it simply will not rust, ever. With repeated grilling and considering that food is being placed directly onto its surface, this is an extremely important feature for many grillmasters. Porcelain enamel also holds up against acidic foods which would otherwise wear away the seasoning on bare cast iron grates.

Whether to use stainless steel or porcelain enameled grates is a personal choice, but generally porcelain enamel is the finer choice for grilling because of its durable properties and unfailing safety when it comes to cooking food.

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Bonus Burners: Getting More From Your Weber Grill

If you’re new to grilling, it might surprise you to learn that Weber grills offer burners beyond the main cooking burners you’re used to seeing on standard grills. Weber grills can offer three different types of additional burner features, and all of them serve a unique purpose in grilling:

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Weber Grill Side Burner

A side burner is an extra burner that’s usually located on one of the side tables outside the main grilling area. These can be used for a variety of purposes, but many grillers use them to warm or cook sauces, or to cook additional sides that will accompany the main event. If you often find yourself multitasking while you’re grilling, a side burner might be a great idea.

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Sear Burner

A sear burner is a specially designed burner that uses a series of small, intense flames to heat up a cooking surface (generally with grid marks) to extreme heat. Its primary purpose is to sear and brown the outside of steaks just before they go on the grill, as this has been proven to lock in flavor and increase the savory, juicy elements of a steak. The searing burning can be used for other uses as well, and it’s a powerful tool in high-quality grills.

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Smoker Feature

The smoky flavor that comes from burning woodchips and cooking food over the emitted smoke is one that’s coveted by grillers everywhere. Some Weber gas grills offer a unique smoking feature that allows you to use the heat from your grill to heat up a special compartment near the grill’s rear which can be filled with smoking woodchips to add that delicious smoky flavor.

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Your Grill’s Temperature Gauge

Understanding and using your Weber grill’s temperature gauge is critical to effective grilling. Different meats and foods cook best at different temperatures, so you’ll want to give your grill the chance to heat properly before you jump into grilling. Weber temperature gauges are designed to be ultra-accurate, giving you real-time information about the internal temperature of your grill. That way you’ll know exactly when it’s time to throw on the meat or whatever you happen to be cooking up that day. And of course, these temperature gauges are built to last with highly durable lenses and stainless steel construction.


Propane (LP) vs. Natural Gas (NG) Fuel

First-time grill buyers might be surprised to discover that when it comes to gas grills, there is more than one type of gas you can use. The two primary options available are propane (also known as liquid propane - LP) and natural gas, and they each come with their unique advantages and setbacks. Before we delve into those distinctions, it’s important to note that each individual Weber grill is set up to run on either propane or natural gas, and cannot be retrofitted after the fact to comply with a new fuel source. Keep this in mind when buying.

Now let’s talk about propane and natural gas.

Propane (LP)

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Propane has remained a popular choice for grillers everywhere for several reasons. First of all, it’s got a bit more energy in the tank than natural gas. Propane holds 2,500 BTUs per cubic foot while natural gas offers only 1,000. Opting for propane means that you’ll always have all the heat you could ever wish for when hitting the grill.

Additionally, propane is always readily available at most local stores. If you run out, you’re a quick trip away from a brand new tank which you can quickly and easily hook up to your grill’s fuel line. Propane also requires no up-front costs or time to install. Just buy a tank, hook it up to your grill and you’re ready to go.

Natural Gas

As for natural gas, the main advantage is that if you’ve got a natural gas main available on your property, you’ll be ready to go with all the fuel you could ever need and no fear of ever running out. Unfortunately, not all properties have natural gas mains readily available for use at the grill, and installing one can bring some fairly hefty up-front costs.

That being said, natural gas has a smaller environmental footprint than propane and, once it’s been setup, it means saying goodbye to having to swap out propane tanks when you run out. If you’re a consistent griller, this reduced cost and hassle can be a big plus in the natural gas column.

The decision of whether to go with natural gas or propane will depend largely on your grilling habits, current gas availability, and personal taste. Take the time to consider the advantages and disadvantages of each fuel source before you buy and you’ll be good to go.

Advatages of Stainless Steel Construction

All Weber grills use stainless steel heavily in their design and manufacturing. The reasoning for this is simple—grills take a beating, and stainless steel is proven to stand up to rust, wear, damage, and corrosion.

In a single grilling session, the parts of your grill can be exposed to intense heat, moisture, grease, oil, metal scraping, exposure to open flame, smoke, and discarded food items. That’s a whole lot of potential damage. That’s why Weber chooses to use the highest quality stainless steel parts so that your grill can take a hit and keep on working flawlessly for years to come.


Meet the Weber Flavorizer Bars

Most of Weber’s grills include an impressive feature that they call Flavorizer bars, which serve a dual function that’s critical for your safety, grilling experience and overall flavor of your food. These bars lay underneath the cooking grate, between the grate and the burners, and catch excess oil or grease that drips from the food you cook. Not only does this keep the oil or grease from falling into the flames and igniting, which could be a hazard, but the oil evaporates back up into your cooking ingredients, injecting them with even more flavor.

The Flavorizer bars are one of our favorite features of Weber grills, and they’re part of what sets apart Weber grills from other products and manufacturers.


Grilling in Style: Color Options

While Weber seems to be a fan of the sleek, stainless steel silver and black look, they do offer color options for our more vibrant-minded grilling fans. The Q 1200 portable grill, for example, comes in seven different, vivid colors to suit your unique personality.

The best thing about Weber grills is just how many varieties they offer, so you’re guaranteed to find a grill that perfectly fits both your grilling style and needs and your aesthetic preferences all in one awesome package.


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Keeping it Cooking: Maintaining Your Weber Grill

Keeping your gas grill clean and maintained is not only important for ensuring it has a long life, it’s important for keeping you safe. Here are some of the most important regular maintenance tasks you should be doing on a regular basis to keep your Weber grill in tip-top shape.

Check for Leaks

Weber grills are designed to remain free from leaks, but things happen and leaks may occur. One way to check for leaks in your hose or tank is to use a soapy water solution in and around the connection points of your tank and tubes. Then turn on your tank, and if you find bubbles forming it’s a pretty sure sign that you’ve got a leak. This means you should not use the grill under any circumstances until the leak has been fixed.

Clean Your Burners

Use a grill cleaning brush (Weber manufactures a high-quality one made specifically for stainless steel) to remove food pieces, oxidation and other debris from the surface of your burners. This not only keeps them looking clean but also keeps burners from becoming blocked, which can lead to fires.

Get Rid of Excess Grease
Grease will naturally collect on parts of your grill, but too much grease can be damaging and unsafe. Use a scraper to scrape off any grease that’s been solidified on the grill down into the grease tray. From here you can empty the solidified pieces from the grease tray down into the catch pan. The catch pan can then be emptied, and you’re ready to go once you replace a new aluminum liner. Easy peasy.


Let’s Accessorize: Covers, Brushes & Cooking Tools

Alongside your Weber grill itself, you also have some options available when it comes to additional accessories for improving your overall grilling experience and the extending the life and quality of your grill.

Weber Grill Covers

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Weber grill covers are designed to keep your grill protected from the elements to ensure that it remains in brand-new shape for years to come. They use water-resistant fabrics that are also designed to resist wear from the sun, guaranteeing that you’ll protect your most delicious investment.

Weber highly recommends purchasing a grill cover that’s matched to your grill. It’s a small cost that can quite literally add years to the life of your new grill.

Cleaning Brushes

A cleaning brush is a critical accessory to your Weber grill, as it can be used to scrub excess dried grease, food particles and other contaminants from the surface of your grate, burners, Flavorizer bars and surrounding areas. There are a wide range of brush types available, but the longer and more durable the better. Keep it next to or inside your grill’s storage space and give your grill a quick scrub-down after each grilling session.

Cooking Tools

What would a grill be without some world-class grilling tools to help you get the job done? Weber offers a range of special tools made especially for grilling. These include basics like spatulas, tongs and spikes and other peripherals like aprons, charcoal scrapers, chimney starters, wood chips for smoking, and dozens of other goodies that will enhance your grilling experience and expand your arsenal of grilling methods.

For a full catalog of available accessories, visit the Weber website and click on the Accessories tab. With high-quality Weber accessories, the world is your grill.

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Weber’s Commitment to Safe Grilling

We’ve already touched on Weber’s methods of ensuring safety when it comes to burners and fuel sources, but what about other elements of safety? A safe burner doesn’t help you much if your entire grill falls over on your foot. Fortunately, Weber has ensured that this will never happen.

Weber grills are built with perfectly balanced bodies and a low center of gravity, making tip-overs nearly impossible. Meanwhile, all wheels lock in place to avoid unwanted rolling while in use. Plus, Weber engineers eliminated all sharp corners so you don’t have to worry about cuts by any extruding edges. Nothing derails a fun grilling session like an injury on the field, so Weber has taken every step to guarantee that this doesn’t take place.


World-Class Weber Grill Warranty

Weber has long been renowned throughout the world for it’s simply unmatched warranty program, the best available anywhere for its price. Unique warranties reply to each specific product, but for an example let’s take a look at the Weber Genesis Series warranty.

Nearly all parts including the cookbox, lid assembly, stainless steel burners, stainless steel cooking grates, Flavorizer bars, ignition system, and grease management system are subject to an incredible 10-year warranty against rust, burn through or ignition start issues. For the cookbox and lid, this is in addition to a 2 year warranty for damage to the paint excluding fading and discoloration.

For porcelain enameled cast iron cooking grates and Flavorizer bars, Weber offers a 5 year warranty against damage, and all remaining parts are subject to a 2 year warranty.

Weber is able to offer such robust warranties because they have such a profound trust in the products they create. These products are built to hold up to strenuous use, and if any issues ever do arise, customers should feel confident and secure in knowing that they’ll be taken care of. That’s the power of the Weber warranty, the best in its class.


Weber Customer Service w/Overnight Parts

Weber grill makers are confident that once you receive your grill you’ll have everything you need to get cooking. But Weber knows that over the course of your grilling, problems or questions may arise that require some outside expertise. That’s why the Weber customer support line is open fourteen hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year except Christmas Eve through the day after Christmas. That means there’s never a bad time for grilling, which means that you can always count on Weber to be there to answer all your questions.

But what about if you lose a part? There’s nothing more frustrating than having to wait for a reordered part that takes days or even weeks to arrive. That’s why Weber will overnight any part you order so that you can have it with you, ready to grill, the very next day. Weber wants you to get out and grill, not sit and wait by the door for days wishing you could throw some steaks on your barbecue.


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We hope this Weber buying guide has been a comprehensive, helpful overview of what you can expect when shopping for and using a Weber grill. What we haven’t mentioned yet is that Weber offers the best prices on high-quality grills when compared to any other grill manufacturer in the country. And, that award-winning quality can be set up in your backyard in a matter of days—no matter where you live.

If you find that you still have questions, our help line is always open and our website is always online. Our blog is filled with grilling tips from certified experts, and our entire line of products is available for comparing and, let’s be honest, drooling over.

Get a Weber, and get to grilling.

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