Natural Gas Grills
If you already have existing natural gas lines in your home, then a natural gas grill probably makes the most sense for you. Just like water or electricity, natural gas is continuously piped into your home by a utility company as long as you pay the bill.
All this talk of configuration, fuel type, size, and class can make it easy to forget what this journey is really about — grilling! Now’s the time to step back and look at what you grill and how you do it. Your grilling style determines what aspects of a grill should matter most to you, and how you'll want to customize your grill to fit your needs.
Propane Gas Grills
Homeowners without natural gas lines should strongly consider using propane. Standard, 20-pound propane tanks can be purchased and exchanged at most hardware or grocery stores, and refilling them is as easy as visiting your local propane distributor.