Weber Grills available from Moorestown Hardware Store

Weber Grills & Accessories

There’s something special about the experience that you just don’t get by stirring something on the stove top or baking it in the oven. Maybe it’s the act of tending the fire. Or the fresh air. Or the good company of friends and family. Or maybe it’s the smell of the smoke and the sound of the sizzle. Whatever the reason, grilling is one of life’s simple pleasures. Reliable Weber grills that won’t let you down are key to making the most of the experience.

Moorestown Hardware has the area’s best selection of Weber Grills at the guaranteed best prices around. We also carry the full line of Weber Grill accessories making Moorestown Hardware the area’s one-stop Weber Grills Shop.

We carry Weber covers, smoker boxes, wood chips, brushes and cooking utensils in addition to stocking all the replacement parts you might need to get your Weber running like new such as replacement burners, cooking grates and flavorizer bars. Don’t see what you need, ask and one of our knowledgeable associates will help you find or order what you need today!

Grill Buying Tips

Looking for a grill to call your own? Here are five comparison points to help you put the grills you’re looking at to the test.



Grab the grill by the sides and shake it a few times. A well-built grill should feel solid and sturdy.
Tip: Look for a gas grill that is welded, not screwed together, it makes the grill stronger. Look for high-grade U.S. steel with baked-on porcelain enamel that won’t chip or fade. Don’t settle for anything less than heavy-gauge stainless steel.



A charcoal grill should have a system to easily remove ashes from inside the grill. Better ones have a large-capacity ash catcher. A gas grill should have a deep catch pan for grease and drippings that is easy to get to from the front of the grill.
Tip: Take the drip tray or catch pan out. If it sticks it means it is poorly designed or may be warped.



Look for a generous and uncomplicated warranty. Your warranty should be clear and not have a lot of ifs-ands-or-buts. Think about who made your grill. Do you know the name on the hood? Will they be around to support you down the road?
Tip: o get a good sense of what the type of support you might get from that brand, call the customer service number as a test.



Look for handles that are made of materials that won’t conduct heat, and that give you ample room for hands and fingers. Lift up the hood up, and make sure there is plenty of clearance for your arm. On gas grills, check and make sure electrical wires and gas line plumbing are set a safe distance from the underside of the grill and isn’t near the drip pan where it could be a safety hazard.
Tip: Check to make sure the grill is equally as steady when the grill hood is up.



Check out the cooking grates. Look for cooking grates that will conduct heat well and are made of durable materials. Porcelain-enameled steel, porcelain-enamel coated cast-iron, and stainless steel grates are the best. If buying a gas grill, look for a grill that has heavy-gauge stainless steel burners. Burners that run the length of the cookbox will deliver more even heat. And make sure the metal bars covering the burners don’t have cutouts or holes, which reduces their ability to protect the burners from clogging.
Tip: A grill with more than one burner lets you cook by the indirect method. Look for burners with infinite temperature settings to give you the greatest control of the heat.