3 Tips When Getting a Grill from a Party Rental Company

  1. Decide on the type of grill that will best suit your needs. Gas is easy to use, a cinch to set up and environmentally friendly, so it is ideally suited for entertaining.
  2. Make sure you have an extra tank of propane on hand – running out of gas halfway through cooking is not fun.
  3. Check that you have the required accessories – for example, tongs and other cooking tools, some metal dishes or trays to lay cooked meat on, aprons (to prevent staining or damage to clothing) and gloves (for lifting or moving a hot grill or other hot metal objects – the leather type used by welders works well).