BBQ’S in Adelaide
Barbeques are an Aussie icon. We’re fortunate to live in a country with beautiful weather and in houses with backyards. If you’re in the market for a new barbeque, talk to us. We have a wide range of outdoor cooking areas, big and small. Choose from one of the leading brands, whether it’s a Weber, Jumbuck or Electrolux. Buy from us and you’ll get expert advice from barbeque specialists. We’ve helped dozens of South Australian families improve their outdoor spaces by adding a quality BBQ.
Popular BBQ brands
Some of the leading barbeque brands include Weber, Jumbuck, Zielger & Brown, Everdure, Masport, Electrolux, Gasmate, and Aldi. There’s also Everdure by Heston Blumenthal, BeefEater, Matador, George Foreman, Beefmaster, Coolabah, Cordon Bleu, Red Centre, Primus, and Kuchef. All companies offer different features, sizes, and styles. Let’s have a chat about your needs, so we can recommend the best options. We’ll consider factors like getting the grill/hotplate mix right, controls and ignition, and the design and finish.
How much do barbeques cost?
The price of your new product will depend on a few things, including the brand, model, size, and usage needs. As a general guide, small ones cost anywhere between $200 – $800. If you want added features like electronic gas ignition or fold-out side tables, you’ll pay on the higher end. For larger BBQs with three or more burners, prices can be up to $2,000.
Outdoor BBQ Information
Different types of outdoor BBQs
Small backyard? A portable BBQ could be ideal for those last-minute catch ups with friends on a summer night. Take it with you on weekends away, too. The Weber Q and Ziegler & Brown have great compact barbques in their product range. They offer all of the features of the larger style four burners, such as a hood, char-grilled plate, and solid hotplate. Prepare food on it for up to six people at once.
Grills, weber, lid-on & lid offs
Some of the different options include gas grills, charcoal grills, electric grills, and portable grills. Gas grills, for example, are great if you just quickly want to fire up the barbie and cook a meal, without stressing about preparation and clean-up. The grilling surface may be made of porcelain covered steel bars, bent stainless steel sheets, iron gates, and stainless steel bars. For smoky flavours and the ‘true meat lover’, charcoal grills could be the best choice. Burning at a higher temperature than gas, the cook can easily sear meat – something that’s not possible in modern gas grills. Have a think about the type of BBQ experience that suits you and we’ll match the best product for you.
How to maintain your barbeque
To keep your new product running well and cooking delicious food, spend time maintaining your grill. After each use, do a quick spot clean. Brush the grates, wipe down the exterior, and burn off excess grime. Do this once a week by turning the heat on high for 15 minutes, then scrape off the build-up. Cover the grill when your BBQ isn’t getting used. Many brands will supply a cover which is a worthwhile investment. Protecting the grill from the elements will prevent rust and dirt. Now is the best time to get yourself a new barbecue, just in time for summer. Talk to us about your needs and let’s find you the perfect barbeque. We’ll go through questions like how much you’d like to spend, the size of your entertaining area, and how many people you’ll be cooking for, for the most part. Contact us today or visit us in our Adelaide SA 5000 store.
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