Whether you’re a master of the grill or a self-proclaimed amateur, we have what you need.
Who wants to be stuck in the kitchen for hours? Step outside and enjoy the fresh air while cooking a delicious meal on a Weber® gas grill. With a push of a button your grill is lit and a delectable meal is soon to be devoured.LEARN MORE
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They are currently available in Canada for a limited time.
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Our portable grills are available in both gas or charcoal compact series. These ever so popular grills range in size to make portability possible for just about anyone, and are always great for grilling out on the patio too.LEARN MORE
It’s the weekend, your visitors are due to arrive soon, and the menu has been planned. Light the charcoal with a Rapidfire® Chimney Starter, watch as the coals transform into a glowing heat source and immerse yourself in the grilling ambiance. This is the essence of the charcoal grill.LEARN MORE
The QTM Electric Grill series was designed with the urban griller in mind. No backyard? We’ve got you covered with our Electric Grills, ideal for grilling on your patio or balcony in apartment buildings.LEARN MORE
One can never have too many accessories! Weber® offers a wide range of tools all created with functionality, versatility, and the desire to make you a true backyard hero in mind.LEARN MORE
Your grill can make or break your next barbecue.Grills are not complex machines, but understanding the basics of grill construction can help you get the best grill for your 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.
Grab the grill by the sides and shake it a few times. A well-built grill should feel solid and sturdy.
First, you’ll see the cooking grates. Pick them up and inspect them—quality materials will last longer.
Below, you should find a system of v-shaped inverted metal bars to deflect and vapourize food drippings.
Look at the burner system which should consist of two or more burners running the length of the cookbox.
Research the manufacturer and look into their customer service support and warranty. Become an informed shopper by visiting their website. Call their customer service line to see what type of support you’ll get after the sale.