You may be choosing a grill for the backyard, for a small balcony on the 6th floor, or maybe it's for the courtyard of a small townhouse. When choosing a grill, it's important to consider where it will be used and what it will be used for. A home with a big backyard that often hosts parties may have the need for a large grill. A townhouse with a tiny courtyard may only require a small grill for the occasional weekend burger or hot dog meal. A website, such as gasgrilladvice.com will help to determine the right grill based on your particular needs.

For the home that entertains outdoors frequently, a large grill is a must. Weber's Summit S-670 grill offers 6 burners and 60,000 BTU's. Its large grill surface of 769 square inches will hold enough food for the party and still have room for more. This grill includes a rotisserie that is large enough to cook two 10lb turkeys at the same time. If you are a grill fanatic, a Weber Summit series grill is the grill for you. Master grillers will be pleased with the special features of a large, specialized grill such as this and with a ten year warranty, you can be assured it's made well.

A smaller, yet no less impressive grill is the weber genesis e-310. This grill is perfect for the family or occasional griller who insists on quality, and also with a ten year warranty, you can't go wrong. This grill has three stainless steel burners with a BTU rating of 38,000. The total cooking area is 637 square inches, including the cooking area and the warming rack. It's perfect for a quick weekend cookout or barbecue for the family.

When choosing a grill, it's usually not recommended to purchase more grill than you need. Don't buy the extra features, such as the rotisserie or side burners if you don't have a need for them. It's usually more important to purchase a quality grill that will fit your needs. The extra grill features will not change the quality of the food. A grill is the tool that helps you cook the food, but it takes someone who knows how to cook to make it work. Take the time to perfect your grilling technique, give the food the time and attention it needs, and you'll be a master griller before long.