Get repair and maintenance projects and tips for your grill.
How to Fix a Gas Grill
Save that beat-up old gas grill from the garbage dump and restore it to new condition for a fraction of the cost of a new grill. Virtually every part on the grill can be replaced, restored or repainted at relatively low cost, putting your grill back in use for many more seasons.
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Gas Grill: Propane to Natural Gas Conversion
Convert your propane grill to natural gas to make sure the fuel doesn’t run out. We show you how to use a special conversion kit. You’ll also have to run a new gas line.
How to Determine Propane Tank Levels
Tired of running out of propane in the middle of a barbecue? Learn a simple method for estimating how much propane is left in your grill and how long it will last.
How to Tune Up Your Outdoor Gas Grill
Tune up your gas grill by cleaning the grates, the burners, the drip pans and the exterior to remove caked on grease that interferes with starting and cooking.
Grill Storage Tips for the Winter
When the grilling season is over, clean up your outdoor grill and coat burners and other vital parts to repel moisture and prevent rust. Wrap certain parts to keep out spiders and insects.
Ignite Your Gas Grill With an Electronic Ignition
Replace faulty gas grill igniters with battery-powered electronic ignition. You can install the inexpensive electronic igniter (about $20) in an hour with basic tools.