Grill Assembly


What’s included with this service?

  • Assembly of 1 freestanding grill per product instructions, including connecting customer-supplied propane tank. Connecting to a natural gas line is not included.
  • Typical assembly time of 3 hours
  • Moving the grill to a new location is not included
  • Longer assembly times may result in additional service fees

Service Description

Barbecue grill assembly why should I hire Gotahand?

A pro will have the right tools and experience to do the barbecue grill assembly as quickly and safely as possible, so you can focus on enjoying your new grill, instead of assembling it. It might seem at first like doing a grill setup would be a relatively simple task, but all you have to do is read the grill assembly instructions for the grill of your choice to discover there’s a lot of room for error. Barbecue grill assembly can easily involve putting together 50 or more pieces in precisely the correct order, so that you end up with a stable, functional, and safe grill. Gas grills involve setting up the propane tank area so that it can successfully support a tank, as well as assembling the hoses and connectors to successfully connect to a tank. A pro can likely do a grill assembly in about half the time it would take someone with no training, and the result will be a solid grill that functions properly.

Benefits of Barbecue Grills

by MJ Marks

-They are easy to light. You do not have to stack up a bunch of coals, squirt on the lighter and light it up. Once lit, you do not have to constantly monitor it until the coals turn white. You just have to turn on the gas, turn a knob and push a button. Very simple, even our responsible kids can easily light the grill.

-Gas lasts a long time. We use our gas grill regularly during the summer, meaning about 2 time a week. Our cylinder will last 1 to 2 years. When it runs out, it is rather inconvenient, but it doesn’t happen often. Whereas, with briquets, you have to purchase them multiple times during the summer, and you always have to make sure that you have some on hand if you have a big BBQ gathering coming up.

-Gas barbecue grills cost effective, which is evidenced by the above fact that the gas lasts a long time. Filling a tank every year or two comes out to $20 – $35 a tank, depending upon where you fill or exchange it. This is just a guess, but it would probably cost 10 times that amount to buy the briquets to enjoy the same amount of cook outs.

-You do not have to wait very long before you start grilling. Once you light up the grill, you can be cooking within a few minutes. This is much quicker than briquets, which usually takes anywhere from 15 – 30 minutes to turn white before they are hot enough to cook anything. Sometimes this can be really inconvenient.

-It is easy to regulate to heat. With coals, the heat is regulated by the amount of coals that are used, and how close the rack is that holds the coals in relation to what you are grilling. These factors usually have to be determined before you start grilling because it is difficult to impossible to adjust once you get going. But, with gas barbecue grills, the flame height can easily be adjusted with the turn of a knob, a higher flame to make the grill hotter, or lower to reduce the heat. This also allows for more accurate grilling.

-These are just some of the benefits of gas BBQ grills.

Gas Grill

Are more popular as compared to other conventional grills because they present a number of significant advantages. Barbecue grills use propane or some other kind of similar natural gas. Nowadays more and more homes have such a grill in their patio or on their deck for easy and quick cooking and also for guest entertaining. One of the best ways to welcome family members or friends into your home is by having a barbecue.

The firing of the gas grill

Is simple as easy, as you just turn a knob and hit a button. The flame is lighted with the starter button and the cooking surface starts warming almost instantly. The major advantage of these barbecue grills is the easy and simplicity of doing. With a traditional grill, you need pile the charcoal first, then put on some lighter fluid and as the final step, light them manually. Additionally, you need to constantly check the flame to remain at the right temperature. A thermometer gauge is usually included with most gas grills along with the possibility to turn up or down the amount of gas enabling to properly prepare all type of food.

With a barbecue grill you can cook at the same time different type of food at different temperatures, because they generally include different burners on every side with control for each of them. The varying temperature needs can be compensated by turning a side up or down.

The ease of cleaning of the barbecue grill

Is another major advantage. The grill cools down in a fairly short amount of time and thus you can quickly get out the grill section for the required cleaning. With a charcoal grill you would have to wait a long time before you could start the cleaning process.


Still, keep in mind one important thing: propane gas is highly flammable. Care and attention is needed whenever the small cylinder is moved. Also, do not drop it or seriously damage it. Make sure to regularly check the gas lines for possible leaks to reduce the chances of explosion or fire while you cook. There is no need to worry, as gas barbecue grills are perfectly safe to use Psychology Articles, but the use of common sense is required at all times. It is also important to stick with the provided instructions. The propane tank should not be used if you suppose there are some problems with it.

By Jay Sanders


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