Rent a Grill to Wow Your Guests This Summer


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After a yearlong layoff, summer is back in full swing. From pool parties and baseball to fireworks shows and backyard barbecues, summer is the season to hang out with friends and enjoy spending some time outdoors. For those who enjoy to cook, it’s also the season to fire up the grill. Sure, the small charcoal or gas grill you store in the garage might be good enough to cook for your family of four, but what happens when every relative or neighbor on the block starts showing up? Thankfully, there are a few rental companies out there that can supply a grill large enough to keep your hungry guests happy.

Meals on Wheels

Looking to fill a need in their neighborhood, a couple of regular guys living in the suburbs in Maryland decided to build a few large grills and rent them out to the community. Having hosted several barbecues and family reunions, the founders of Big Grills on Wheels understood the importance of using a grill big enough to prepare a large amount of food at one time. Unlike most store bought units, each grill from Big Grills on Wheels is handmade without the use of automated machinery. Rental rates for grills start at $160 a day which includes delivery, pick-up, and cleaning services.

Grill Masters

With locations in Wisconsin and Arizona, The Barbeque Company provides daily and weekly rental rates for both grills and smokers. Propane fired, grills from The Barbeque Company are perfect for tailgating, festivals, picnics, fundraisers, weddings, backyard parties, and group functions and can be used to grill, rotisserie or oven bake. Prefer to rent a smoker? The Barbeque Company also carries wood fired and propane assisted smokers for cooking large amounts of meat, poultry, and vegetables. In addition to grills and smokers, The Barbeque Company also offers complete catering equipment packages to help save customers a trip to grocery or party supply store.

This summer, be prepared – no matter how many people decide to show up.

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