Gas grills can be an investment and when you get used to the nuances of operating your particular model, it makes sense to try to fix it when something goes wrong before thinking of purchasing a new one. Sometimes you can even find grill accessories to take performance to the next level. From replacement grill igniters to propane regulators, count on Ace to help you find the gas grill parts you need.
Depending on how frequently you use your grill, the grill grates can accumulate grease, food residue and other stubborn cooking sediment that cannot be easily removed with a grill brush or good wash. Some grates even have a tendency to rust when exposed to the outdoors over long periods of time. You can typically find two types of replacement cooking grates – either stainless steel or ceramic cooking grates. Stainless steel grates are more common, but ceramic cooking grates tend to supply a more even heat to the food being grilled.
For more help finding the gas grill parts you need, visit your local Ace. Or if you end up needing a new grill, check out our grill buying guide.