The ultimate in cooking convenience
A natural gas barbecue is your best choice for great outdoor grilling and cooking. You’ll get even, consistent heat that's easy on your budget.
Ready to grill at a moment's notice
No worries about empty tanks or waiting for charcoal to heat up.
Natural gas barbecuing costs around 67 per cent* less than using propane. Learn more about purchase & operating costs.
Even, consistent heat without hot spots.
What to look for
Barbecues come in many models and sizes. An average family of four requires 400 square inches of primary grilling surface.
Because natural gas is lighter than air, it will rise into the atmosphere in the event of a leak. If your barbecue is accidentally unplugged, a built-in safety device automatically shuts off the gas.
- Select an electronic ignition for easy lighting.
- A drainage system will get rid of drippings to avoid flare-ups.
- Look for added touches like ceramic rear burners, warming racks, kabob cookers, or a rotisserie.
* Based on December 2018 fuel rates for a standard home located in the Enbridge Gas service area, with 4 people per household.