The best Home Depot grills of 2021

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With over 2,200 stores in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Home Depot is a popular first stop when people are in the market for a new grill. But how can you spot the best products in the massive Home Depot grills line-up?

Good grills generally feature durable parts, like stainless steel burners, coated cast-iron grates and weather-resistant lids. They feature long warranties that speak to this durability and tout ancillary features, like thermometers, warming racks or prep stations.

With this in mind, we identified some of the top Home Depot grills based on customer ratings, number of reviews, quality of parts and unique features. Note: Prices are subject to change; ratings and number of reviews are accurate at the time of writing this article. Warranties are subject to exclusions.

The best Home Depot grills

The best Home Depot grills have four-to-five star ratings on Home Depot’s website, solid warranties and a number of notable features. Here are the best Home Depot grills across popular shopping categories.

Home Depot gas grills

Spirit II Weber

1. Spirit II E-210 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black by Weber

Price: $379

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.7 stars

Total number of reviews: 9,820

This top-rated gas grill from Weber has two stainless steel burners (with 26,500 BTU), porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates, a grease pan and heat thermometer. A good option for couples or families with limited storage space, the compact Spirit II E-210 offers 360 square inches of primary cooking space, which fits about 18 burgers, and 90 square inches of storage space.

Reviewers generally find the grill easy to use, though some reported damage earlier than expected. Fortunately, the Spirit II E-210 offers a 10-year warranty on all components from the data of purchase, provided the grill is used in accordance with its owner’s manual. 

Weber Spirit E-315

2. Spirit E-315 3-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill by Weber

Price: $529

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 1,160

This highly rated, family-sized liquid propane grill by Weber is exclusive to Home Depot. It features three stainless steel burners with 32,000 BTU per hour; porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates; a porcelain-enameled finish to minimize rusting; and heavy-duty casters. It provides 424 square inches (or 21 hamburgers worth) of grilling space and has a 105-square-inch warming rack. Reviewers were largely pleased with the grill’s performance, though some buyers reported problems controlling the heat.

The cookbox and stainless steel burner tubes come with a 10-year warranty; the grates come with a five-year warranty. There’s a two-year warranty on all other parts.

Home Depot charcoal grills

Weber Charcoal Grill

1. 22-inch Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill by Weber

Price: $165

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.8

Total number of reviews: 2,821

This best-selling and top-rated classic Weber kettle is a good option for anyone hoping to try out some new charcoal-grilling techniques. It features a hinged chrome-plated steel cooking grate, porcelain-enameled bowl and lid, and built-in thermometer. The 22-inch grill also has adjustable air vents, a removable ash catcher, two “all-weather” wheels and a tool holder. The grill offers 363 square inches (or about 18 hamburgers worth) of cooking space.

Reviewers generally find the product easy to use and easy to clean, though some called out a lackluster assembly manual. Weber offers a 10-year limited warranty on the grill’s lid and bowl.

Kamado Professional Ceramic

2. Vision Grills Kamado Professional Ceramic Charcoal Grill

Price: $699

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 1,787

Kamado-cooking fans looking for extra grilling space might consider opting for this top-rated non-Weber charcoal/wood grill from Vision, which features 604 square inches of cooking space across two-tier, 304 stainless steel cooking grates and two shelves drop-down shelves that can be used for prep.

The grill comes with a limited lifetime warranty for all ceramic parts; a five-year warranty for all metal parts; a three-year warranty for the side shelves; and a one-year warranty for the temperature gauge, gaskets and cover, though some reviewers report difficulties getting replacement parts.

Home Depot portable grills

 Q 1200 1-Burner

1. Q 1200 1-Burner Portable Tabletop Propane Gas Grill by Weber

Price: $209

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.7 stars  

Total number of reviews: 2,680 

The top-rated portable gas grill in Home Depot’s line-up, Weber’s Q 1200 crams a lot of features — including porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates — into a small grilling space (189 square inches or around the size of nine hamburgers). These include a stainless steel burner (8,500 BTU per hour), a removable grease pan and a built-in lid thermometer. Reviewers are generally pleased with the grill’s performance, relative to its size, though some buyers say they wish it heated up a bit more quickly.

Weber offers a five-year warranty on certain parts, including the cookbox, stainless steel burner tubes and cooking grates, and a two-year warranty on all others, subject to the warranty’s terms and conditions. 

Smokey Joe Weber grill

2. Smokey Joe Portable Charcoal Grill in Black by Weber

Price: $34.99 

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.7 stars

Total number of reviews: 1,048

The top-rated portable charcoal grill on Home Depot’s website, Weber’s Smokey Joe could be just what tail-gaters, campers and traveling chefs are looking for. Taking up 147 square inches of grilling space, it’s outfitted with a round-plated steel cooking grate, aluminum ash catcher, glass reinforced nylon handle and porcelain-enameled bowl and lid. Most reviewers agree the grill delivers some bang for the buck, though a few report problems with the legs — or at least wish they were a bit sturdier. 

Weber offers a 10-year warranty on the bowl, lid and center ring; a five-year warranty on the cleaning system and plastic components; and a two-year warranty on all other parts, subject to the warranty’s fine print.

Other notable grills

Traegar Pro 575

1. Pro 575 Wifi Pellet Grill and Smoker by Traegar

Price: $799.99

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.5

Total number of reviews: 1,229

One of Home Depot’s “Grill Master favorites,” this sleek wood pellet grill from Traegar is a good option for anyone looking for a smoky, but efficient gas grill alternative. Owners can actually control the grill by simply setting a desired temperature on the control box (just like an oven); they can also make adjustments from Traegar’s smartphone app. 

The grill features porcelain grill grates, a meat probe and a spacious hopper with an extra grill rack. It comes with a three-year warranty from the date of original purchase. Reviewers are generally pleased with the grill’s performance, though a few reported trouble connecting the smartphone app. 

Double Play Char-Griller

2. Double Play 3-Burner Gas and Charcoal Grill by Char-Griller

Price: $348  

Home Depot reviews rating: 4.4

Total number of reviews: 1,282 

Can’t choose between a gas grill or charcoal grill? This best-selling hybrid from Char-Griller lets you have the best of both worlds. It features three main burners and a side burner with a combined 52,800 BTUs, a porcelain-coated cast iron grate, stainless steel heat gauges, a heat thermometer, “easy-dump” ash pan and chrome-plated warming rack. It provides 876 square inches of primary grilling space. 

The grill comes with a five-year warranty for rust and burn-through on the hoods and main burner tubes and a one-year warranty on all other parts from the date of purchase. The shorter warranty is the drawback here, as many reviewers enjoy the grill’s performance, but report rust or general wear-and-tear within the first few years. 

How to buy a grill at Home Depot

Home Depot offers free direct shipping on all online grills; customers can also opt for store pickup. People who do opt for store pickup can get help assembling some products. 

Remember, if you’re hoping to score a good deal, the best time to buy a grill is usually off-season (September through April). However, you can also expect sales during major holiday weekends. Before buying your Home Depot grill, compare prices at other popular retailers. Check out our additional roundups to get an idea of what other sellers are offering.

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Jeanine Skowronski

Jeanine Skowronski is a veteran personal finance journalist and content strategist, she has previously served as the Head of Content at Policygenius, Executive Editor of and a columnist for Inc. Magazine. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, American Banker Magazine, Newsweek, Business Insider, CNBC and more.