BBQ range

We have everything you need for a summer of brilliant BBQ days. Not least an incredible, affordable range of BBQ Grills. From Dual Fuel Barbecues, to our professional Barbecue Pizza Oven, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining al fresco this summer. Whatever your budget or taste, we have a BBQ grill to suit. So, fire up the grill and choose something from our impressive BBQ range today.

  • Duel Fuel BBQ
  • Enjoy the best of both worlds, with a combination of gas burners for convenience and charcoal grilling for fuller flavour. There’s 2 cooking grids for charcoal and 2 grids for the gas unit, a foldable side shelf, tool hooks, side burner and more..
  • BBQ Pizza Oven
  • Turn your barbecue into a pizza oven instantly with this compact oven complete with Pizza Stone, 2 carry handles and thermometer. Suitable for gas or charcoal, it retains the heat brilliantly to cook restaurant-quality pizzas in no time. Amazing!

How to clean your BBQ

To get the best from your barbecue, you need to keep it in tip-top shape – and you’d be amazed how easy it is to clean your BBQ if you use the right techniques and tips. Here’s a quick guide.

  • Heat helps

    Clean BBQ grills when they’re hot, as grease and food come off much more easily – or get it up to a very high heat burn off even stubborn food remnants.
  • Steam clean

    With the BBQ grill still warm, cover it with water-soaked newspaper and close the lid for half an hour – when you come back it will have been steam-cleaned!
  • Empty it out

    If you use charcoal, empty ash into a bucket as soon as it’s gone cold – if it gets damp, it’s much harder to clean out. Use damp kitchen roll to pick up the last bits.
  • Scrub it

    A wire-bristled BBQ grill brush will get rid of remaining food particles, or you can use aluminium foil screwed up into a ball. Then clean the grill with hot soapy water.
  • Choose your grill cleaner

    Try these DIY options: spray with a 50/50 white vinegar/water mix or pour a little beer over before scrubbing. Or rub half a cut onion onto a hot grill to remove gritty bits.
  • For a thorough clean…

    A paste of bicarbonate of soda and water is ideal for a more intensive clean, and best applied using a piece of crumpled aluminium foil to scrub the BBQ grill.
  • Outside help

    For the outside of BBQs, use soap and water then buff the metal with a dry cloth. If it’s stainless steel, use a specialist cleaning spray.
  • Keep it clean

    Coat the grill with sunflower oil to stop food sticking to it, while a thin coat of mineral/baby oil on the outside and a cover protect your BBQ from the elements and keeps rust at bay.

Brilliant BBQ recipes

A BBQ is so much more than sausages and burgers. And we’ve got plenty of tasty ideas. From classic meat marinades to sensational sides and veggie specials, we’ve got it covered.

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