BBQGuys Announces Best Gas Grills of 2019

United States, Louisiana, Baton Rouge – 03-29-2019 ( — BBQGuys, the leaders & experts in all things grilling, have announced the Best Gas Grills for 2019. The lists cover Built-In Gas Grills, Propane Grills, and Natural Gas Grills, plus other styles and configurations. When comparing gas grills, the rankings are compiled based on durability, performance, and popularity. Durability takes the quality and thickness of materials into account. Performance analyzes components like heat capability, temperature range, and heat distribution. A high performing grill will deliver great results consistently. Popularity includes feedback received from BBQGuys over 500,000 customers nationwide. The grills that rank well for popularity are widely respected within the industry and are typically best sellers. 

“It’s a really difficult process to decide on these ‘best of the best’ because we carry so many great gas grills,” said Marc Broussard, Category Manager at BBQGuys. “We know tons of people rely on our reviews and expertise so it’s extremely important for us to get it right!”The list of Best Gas Grills includes options at every price point from industry leaders like Blaze, Weber, Alfresco, Fire Magic, Lynx, and more. The lists are classified by grill type and price range.BBQGuys ( is an e-commerce company based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana offering premium products in outdoor living including BBQ grills, outdoor kitchens, patio furniture, fire pits, indoor/outdoor heating & cooling, and more for over 20 years. BBQGuys is celebrating eleven consecutive years on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing businesses and the Internet Retailer 500 list of fastest growing online retailers. It is also recognized as a Better Business Bureau A+ rated brand. 

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