Fire Magic Legacy Deluxe Natural Gas Built-in Grill – 11-S1S1N-A

  • Legacy 11S1S1NA Built In Natural Gas Grill
  • Gourmet Cast Stainless Steel Burners
  • Optional Infrared Burner; Largest cooking space compared to other same size grills; Most BTU’s per square inch. Heats fast and stays hot!
  • 16-gauge stainless steel flavor grids are engineered for durability and even heat distribution; Extensive line of complementary accessories; 15 year warranty on backburners: cast stainless steel burners, stainless steel housing and stainless steel cooking grids are warranted for as long as you own your grill.Legacy 11S1 Specifications:
  • BTUs primary: 42,000; Cut out: 24.75″ W x 17.75″ D x 12″ H
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Fire Magic Legacy Deluxe Natural Gas Built-in Grill – 11-S1S1N-A: Product Description

Legacy 11S1S1NA Built In Natural Gas Grill. Legacy 11S1 Features: All 304 Stainless Steel. Gourmet Cast Stainless Steel Burners. Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel construction. Optional Infrared Burner. Largest cooking space compared to other same size grills. Most BTU’s per square inch. Heats fast and stays hot!. 16-gauge stainless steel flavor grids are engineered for durability and even heat distribution. Extensive line of complementary accessories. 15 year warranty on backburners: cast stainless steel burners, stainless steel housing and stainless steel cooking grids are warranted for as long as you own your grill. Legacy 11S1 Specifications: Cooking Surface: 368 sq. inches (23″ x 16″). BTUs primary: 42,000. Cut out: 24.75″ W x 17.75″ D x 12″ H. Material: All 300 Series stainless steel.



Advantages & tips natural gas grill

If you have a natural gas connection, you can choose between a gas grill with propane or natural gas. A propane grill is especially recommended if you want to use your grill mobile or your outdoor kitchen with built-in barbecue is far from the port. Otherwise, the natural gas grill has an advantage.

Barbecue to save money!

Natural gas is cheaper than propane. Contact your natural gas provider for current prices.

You have less effort!

Propane gas must always be bought in bottles from a hardware store or from a specialist dealer. Constantly buying and changing the propane gas bottle takes a lot of time. Natural gas is connected once and is always available.

Ask the specialist!

Never connect a natural gas grill yourself or convert the grill on your own. The professional connects your grill properly and you don’t have to worry about possible dangers.

Pay attention to ventilation!

If you install a natural gas grill in your outdoor kitchen and the connection is not hidden outside, but hidden in the base, make sure there is sufficient ventilation. Ventilation slots at the top of the built-in door are recommended here. In contrast to propane gas, natural gas is lighter than air.

Pay attention to the power requirement!

Natural gas sockets are often a bottleneck and only let 15kW / h through, even if there is more power behind them. Natural gas barbecues almost always require far more than 15 kW / h.

Clean the grill completely

Frequent grilles should clean the gas grill completely once a month. To do this, the gas bottle is first removed. Then all screws are loosened, soaked in soapy water and cleaned with steel wool . Alternatively, a knife can be used to remove coarse dirt. Now the screws and other components only have to be dried thoroughly and reinstalled.

Finally, the burner must of course also be cleaned. If you have a gas grill with lava stones , you should remove these stones and wash them in a mild soapy water. Conventional detergent is ideal for this. To ensure that there are no smells later when grilling , the grill should be completely heated again after cleaning .

So there are numerous ways to clean a gas grill. Most of them are relatively easy to implement and ensure carefree barbecue fun.

How to choose the best gas grills?

Gas grills are the best choice for people looking for more space on their grill grates. The easy-to-use function makes these grills the best choice compared to other alternatives. The alternatives for gas-based grills include charcoal grills, electric grills, pellet grills, and kamado grills.

When it comes to barbecues, most people opt for gas barbecues. The reason for this is that this type can be started quickly and also heats up faster. Compared to other types of barbecues, the device needs to be cleaned much less before cooking. However, if you particularly like the smoky flavor in your meat, you can’t get it with this type. However, the smoky taste is possible in charcoal grills. However, you can still grill all kinds of tasty food, including lots of delicious BBQ side dishes.

Gas grills are also available in different sizes. Since they are more expensive than other types of grills, you should be prepared for long-term investments and attach great importance to quality. With the right care and maintenance, a gas grill can last for many years. Most models are designed for propane gas. Refilling and replacing tanks should be done as needed.