Outdoor Fireplace Grill


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An essential item for party gatherings and romantic evenings, an outdoor fireplace grill adds a classic touch and charm to the garden, patio, pool area or the backyard. Fireplace grills in distinctive styles and finishes are available for outdoor cooking. Some fireplace grills cook food directly over the flame, while others use indirect heat through an oven. An outdoor fireplace can be easily converted into a fireplace grill.

Considering the outdoor fireplace grills available, wood, charcoal, gas, and artificial logs are some of the popular types. Most of them are made of stainless steel or other durable metal, with designer hammered copper bowls and top, fine wire mesh spark screens, one or more sliding doors, water-proof back covers, fire tools, one or more porcelain coated cooking grids, ash catchers for easy clean-up, and chimneys with rain caps. Food is placed over the cooking grid and heat is applied using an appropriate burning source.

The wider inner area is useful for easy loading of burning substances.

Charcoal burning outdoor fireplace grills fill the grate with charcoal along its entire length. The smooth, adjustable grill can be moved up or down, and can be quickly removed for cleaning. The flare intensity can be increased by adding more coal.

Wood burning fireplace grill has an extra large glass viewing area and polished brass finish glass doors. Most of the fireplace interiors are decorated with durable material, while some others have black fire screens to protect against sparks.

Gas outdoor fireplace grills are easy to use fireplace grills with adjustable safety valve controls. These fireplaces have steel bodies and meshes for safety and durability, adjustable safety valve controls, stainless steel burners, and metallic enamel finish on top lids and bottom bowls. These are easy to use, store and transport from one place to another. The burning source used is usually liquid petroleum or natural gas.

Portable outdoor fireplace grills, specifically designed for outdoor enjoyment, are available with two or three wheels for easy transportation and have cooking grids. Their full dome spark screens protect the food from flying insects.

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