We carry a full line of gas, charcoal and wood pellet grills. In addition we also have several lines of built in appliances for your custom outdoor kitchen. Patio Paradise can custom build your outdoor kitchen or provide just the appliances.
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Our new line of Blaze Gas Grills offers a combination of solid engineering, quality stainless steel construction and commercial-grade cast stainless steel burners to help ensure your Blaze grill will last for years and provide maximum performance.
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Top of the line wood pellet barbecues and charcoal barbecues.
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Summerset™ Professional Grills offers a complete line of stainless steel gas grills, grill carts, BBQ island doors, drawers and components. Our commitment to quality is reflected in the craftsmanship of our stainless steel BBQ grills and accessories and is backed by the full support of the Summerset™ warranty.
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American Heating Technologies Inc. uses the latest available technologies to manufacture high-end stainless steel products. We use high grade 304 stainless steel to produce commercial and residential appliances. All of our units have gone through extensive testing to insure the highest quality.
Each appliance has been approved and certified by AGA (American Gas Association) and CSA (Canadian Standards Association). American Heating Technologies Inc. has its finger on the pulse of the industry, its R & D (research and development) department is constantly working towards design, testing and manufacturing of new products.
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Often copied, but never equaled, the Big Green Egg truly is the Ultimate Cooking Experience®!If it doesn’t say BIG GREEN EGG, it isn’t …. or, as Ed Fisher likes to say, “A Big Green Egg may be a kamado style cooker, but every kamado cooker is certainly nothing close to a Big Green Egg!”
The Traeger Wood Pellet Grill is simple and safe to operate. When a Traeger is turned on, the igniter rod is activated, the auger begins to feed pellets into the firepot, and the draft induction fan feeds air into the firepot. The igniter rod glows red hot for the first four minutes of operation – just long enough to ignite the pellets in the firepot.