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Summer is over, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to start thinking of how to make the best of the next warm season. Whether you’re building a luxury backyard cooking station or already have one, choosing to purchase a new grill can be a daunting task with all the excellent products out there. Before deciding on a specific brand, you must first decide what type. There’s gas grills, charcoal grills, and even pellet grills.
Now, say you’ve decided you want a gas grill, and have even managed to narrow the decision even further between two stellar brands manufactured by the same award-winning manufacturer: A Twin Eagles Grill, or a Delta Heat Grill?
You can’t go wrong with either option. Both produce excellent quality food and a satisfying grilling experience. But depending on your budget, what features you want, what you’ll use it for, etc, you may find one is more the right fit for you than the other.
Both of these products set themselves apart from other grills with arguably the most important grill element: their burners. Cheaply made grills will only have an “H” burner, or one knob, meaning you have to cook everything at the same temperature. The best bbq grills will have a “U” shaped burner system, or multiple knobs for multiple burners so that you’re able to cook several different types of foods at varying temperatures with no problem.
A big part of choosing a grill is choosing how much you want to spend. As the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. Twin Eagles offer a luxury grill and great performance with its unique cooking system, which means you should expect to pay a bit more. Delta Heat grills, on the other hand, still get you a lot of great features at a lower price.
With its size, rapid preheating, and excellent heating distribution, you can expect to pay anywhere from $5,189 to $13,649 for a Twin Eagles grill. If you want a high-quality grill but don’t feel like spending as much, Delta Heat grills run at a less steep price range at roughly $2,779 to $4,309.
All luxury outdoor kitchens should have a beautiful, high quality grill to complement the space while also adding utility. Whether it’s built in gas grills or stand alone ones, if you want your outdoor grill set up to impress your friends and neighbors, you’re probably going to use a lot of space. Twin Eagles grills are a bit more hefty in price, but they’re also generally going to be larger than Delta Heat. The larger size offers more room for evenly spaced briquettes, hexagonal grates, and chain driven design. Quality and features aside, Twin Eagles grill models are gorgeous and highly regarded for their modern polished appearance.
If you want a smaller, more modest (but still quite sleek) grill, Delta Heat’s outdoor barbecue grill designs will absolutely still earn you some ‘oohs’ and ‘ahs’ from neighbors and friends. Delta Heat does not offer as many features, but if those extra things are not important to you, these grills will absolutely still produce a world class product.
Either way, both of these grill options will fit in nicely with your other outdoor appliances and outdoor kitchen accessories.
Both of these grills are made of high quality stainless steel burners, so they will not rust quickly and need to be replaced. If anything does need to be replaced, though, you can rest easy with both of these brands. Twin Eagles used to be the only one of these two that offered a lifetime warranty. Recently, however, Delta Heat products upgraded their warranty to offer customers lifetime warranties on their stainless steel housing and burners. So if a warranty is important to you, both brands offer this in some capacity.
Between the two, Twin Eagles grills are rated higher for their expansive features, innovative design, and how it utilizes its impressive size. With Twin Eagles, you’re definitely getting what you pay for. However, Delta Heat grills are still able to offer a luxury grilling experience for an affordable price. Designed and engineered by the same founder, both grills are highly regarded by those that made the right decision to purchase either one. Twin Eagles offers more of a commercial, restaurant-style end product, while Delta Heat is perfect for a more straightforward, simple residential style. Shop around to figure out which is the right fit for you.