Serious Grillers from Lancaster, PA to Wilmington, DE Love Our Selection of Charcoal, Pellet & Gas Grills

You're serious about grilling and have the scars to prove it. You'll grill in any weather - rain, snow or bitter cold. You've perfected your grilling techniques and grill everything from steaks and chops to chicken, ribs and even pizza!

You're ready for a grill that can keep up. A grill that's built to last. You don't have the time to replace parts every few years. You want an outdoor grill that's as serious about grilling as you are!

At Lanchester Grill & Hearth, we specialize in charcoal, pellet and gas grills for serious grillers from Lancaster, PA to Wilmington, DE. From portable powerhouses to built-in charcoal, pellet or gas grills for your outdoor kitchen, we carry backyard grills from all the best names in the business!

Visit our showroom, located in Gap, PA, a convenient drive from Lancaster, PA and Wilmington, DE, to see our selection of top-quality grills and talk with our grill experts!

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Pros:

Constant Cooking Temperature

Through convection heating, pellet grills maintain a constant cooking temperature. Convection makes it possible to bake, smoke, or roast on a pellet grill, in addition to standard searing and BBQ cooking.

Smoky Flavor

Food-grade wood pellets are made from hardwoods that produce an array of smoky flavors from apple and oak to maple, pecan, or cherry.

Energy Efficiency

Pellet grills cook very efficiently, so you use less fuel.

Cons:

Many Can't Reach High Temperatures

Most pellet grills are unable to reach temperatures higher than 450 degrees Fahrenheit. A temperature of 700 degrees or higher is generally necessary in order to quickly sear steaks and other meats.

Clean Up Can Be a Chore

While clean up is easier that many charcoal grills, wood pellets still produce ash that must be removed after cooking is complete.

Technology is Not As Developed

Though the pellet grill was invented in 1985, patents restricted the development of the technology until the patent expired in 2006. Pellet grills are just now starting to receive serious attention and competition is heating up. We'll likely see this technology evolve over the next few years, but for now you won't find nearly as many options as are available for other types of backyard grills.

Featured Pellet Grills:

Pellet Grills logo Memphis Pellet Grill

Memphis Pellet Grills

If you're in the market for a solid pellet grill, we recommend taking a look at pellet grills from Memphis Wood Fire Grills. With the ability to cook in a temperature range from 180 degrees Fahrenheit to 700 degrees Fahrenheit, these pellet grills outperform others currently on the market. Come by our showroom to see the Memphis pellet grills in action!


Pros:

Easy to Use

If you've cooked on a gas stove, you can use a gas grill. Simply turn on the burner with a dial and adjust to your cooking needs. Gas grills are also easy to turn off when cooking is complete.

Fast Cooking

Most gas grills heat up in a just a few minutes, so you can start cooking right away. Less time cooking means more time for entertaining guests.

Good Temperature Control

It's easy to adjust the temperature to different types of foods. Cooking delicate fish, turn the burner down. Making a mouth-watering steak, crank it up for great searing action.

Cons:

No Smoky Flavor

Gas burns clean and does not create smoke, so you may miss the smoky, flame-broiled taste that charcoal or pellet grills provide.

You Need Gas

You'll either need to connect your gas grill to your natural gas line or buy containers of propane to fuel your grill.

Featured Gas Grills:

Napoleon logo Napoleon Gas Grill

Looking for a gas grill created for the backyard chef? You'll want to check out Napolean grills that feature chrome accents, stainless steel construction, and loads options including up to 10 burners, rear infrared rotisserie burner, wood chips smoker tray, RGB spectrum control knobs, and much more. Visit our showroom to try out these grills for yourself!


Pros:

True, Grilled Flavor

Many who favor charcoal grills over natural gas grills, do so because of the unmistakable char-grilled flavor you can only get from cooking with charcoal.

Portable

Charcoal grills come in a variety of sizes, making some models small enough to carry on the go for tail-gating, boating, or an afternoon picnic in the park.

High Cooking Temperatures

With enough experience and patience, you can stoke the coals of your charcoal grill up to 700 degree Fahrenheit, perfect for searing a great steak.

Cons:

Temperature Control Can Be Challenging

After you light the charcoal and get the coals hot, it can be difficult to control the heat, beyond raising the cooking surface, or opening a series of air vents.

Can Be Messy Clean

Charcoal grills can be messy to clean, producing a wealth of ash, as well as grease spatters with every use. Charcoal ash can also blow around creating a mess on your deck or patio.

Featured Charcoal Grills:

Big Green Egg logo Big Green Egg Grill

If you're dedicated to charcoal and want the ultimate charcoal grill that's built to last, you want the Big Green Egg. Available in seven sizes with hundreds of accessories, the Big Green Egg is one of the most versatile cooking devices ever made, giving you the ability to grill, bake, and smoke, all in one convenient package. Visit our showroom to try out the Big Green Egg for yourself.


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Visit our showroom, located in Gap, PA, a convenient drive from Lancaster, PA and Wilmington, DE, to see our selection of top-quality grills and talk with our grill experts!

Visit Grill Central to See Our Grills Up Close!

We carry a great selection of name brand stoves including:

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Broilmaster logo
AOG logo
OFYR Grills
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Louisiana Grills logo
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