ConsumerSearch has explored numerous reviews and reports from magazines, television and websites to compile and assess gas bbq grills. From there, they analyze the information and write product reports. Here are some highlights from the ConsumerSearch Gas BBQ Grills report:
Introduction to Gas BBQ GrillsConsumerSearch explains its method in compiling reviews, revealing that two of its most reliable sources during the process were Consumer Reports magazine and several articles by Derrick Riches, guide to Barbecues and Grilling for About.com. The report also includes information about a previous gas grill recall by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
What to Look for in a Gas GrillDo BTUs really matter? Should you go for a gas grill with side burners? How about infrared heating? Do stainless steel grates really distribute heat evenly? Learn what the experts suggest to look for when considering a gas grill.
A Look at Budget & Portable Gas GrillsAccording to the ConsumerSearch reports, most buyers are looking for grills that cost around $250. Several small and portable gas and propane grills available, but how do you know which ones rate? Find out.
Best Mid-Priced Gas GrillsDiscover whether mid-priced gas grills are considered the best purchase, according to the experts' analyses. Mid-priced grills are in the $500 to $1,000 price range, while luxury grills are anything above $1,000.
Top 5 Best-Reviewed Gas GrillsThrough reviews, analyses and reports, the editors and writers at ConsumerSearch choose the top-five gas grills. Details and photos of each of the "winners" are included. Check for yourself.
Behind the Scenes at ConsumerSearchIt's best to peruse ConsumerSearch yourself to understand how the the site works, not that what it does is anything complex or difficult to grasp.
ConsumerSearch works like this: Consumer reporters research and compile reviews, reports and articles on a product. These reviews and sources are then analyzed and ranked on review credibility.
The website can be viewed as a search tool and a place to combine information that is then evaluated and analyzed.
While ConsumerSearch is owned by About.com, which is part of The New York Times Co., the About.com editorial staff and ConsumerSearch staff are separate entities.