I spent a lot of time researching grills before this purchase. My original budget was about $200. However, I found from others' reviews that $200 grills only last a couple of years and begin rusting-out after about a year, even with care, covers, and dry climate, and one cheap-quality brand didn't even provide essential replacement parts. We learned that Weber gave an excellent product...not only from reviews, but from friends and family, as well. So, we spent the $420. I wish I could let you know after a year how it's holding up. We're very happy with how it cooks. Assembly was fairly easy. HOWEVER, our home's natural gas outlet did not fit the grill's hose. The manual wasn't helpful with that. I called the local hardware store, who referred me to a fireplace store, who referred me to Home Depot. It took two associates and three trips back and forth to finally find the right adapter piece. This is what we needed: BrassCraft Gass Fitting, Low-Demand Appliance, 3/8 IN. O.D. Flare x 1/2 IN. M.I.P. (product number PSSL-16). Your size may be different, but I hope this helps you at least be aware you may need an adapter.
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