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Weber Grills

Holdridge’s has an extensive line of Weber Charcoal, Gas, and Smokers, and Pellet Grills, as well as Blackstone

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Weber Grills

We are Weber’s authorized Dealer and Repair Center for southeastern CT and parts of Rhode Island. We will even repair your warranteed Weber Grill at your home (with Weber authorization)
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Schedule an appointment with us to have your grill cleaned, repaired, and safely working for a nominal fee.

We have an extensive assortment of Weber accessories and repair parts and can special order a specific model and color if we don’t have the one you want in stock!

Protect, enjoy, and lengthen the life of your Weber Grill with Weber Covers, attachments, accessories, grates, thermometers, utensils and BBQ sauces and rubs.

Don’t be caught short with grilling fuel at your next event. Purchase an extra propane bottle and we can fill it on site. We will fill any propane tanks up to 30 gallons, providing it is compliant with State mandates. We even fill tanks by the gallon. Additionally, we have plenty of charcoal, pellets, chips, and flavor infused wood planks.

Learn About the Different Types of Grills ⤵

Gas Models

weber summit series

Summit Series

  • Many in stock
  • 4 and 6 burner versions available
  • Made in USA
weber spirit series

Spirit Series

  • 2 and 3 burner versions in stock
  • Premium SP models have stainless grates, doors, and lid
weber genesis s series

Genesis S Series

  • All stainless steel
  • Made in USA
weber q series

Q Series

  • Q-1000
  • Q-2000
  • We also have the Q electric grill
weber genensis e

Genesis E Series

  • Many colors in stock
  • We carry the Premium models with stainless steel grates and flavor bars (only independent retailers carry these)
  • Made in USA
weber accessories

Accessories

  • Many colors in stock
  • We carry the Premium models with stainless steel grates and flavor bars (only independent retailers carry these)
  • Made in USA

3 Common Types of Outdoor Grills

Although there are many types of barbecue grills available, finding the best fit for your cooking style doesn’t have to be complicated. Here’s a breakdown of 3 of the most common types of grills.

Gas Grills

Fueled by either propane or natural gas, these gas grills make outdoor cooking almost as effortless as cooking in the kitchen. After getting the burners going and waiting for a couple minutes to preheat, you’re ready to cook everything from delicious steaks and juicy burgers to mouthwatering veggies and sides.

  • Available options like prep shelves, side burners and tool hooks take the guesswork out of preparing and grilling food.
  • Ignition feature ensures easy lighting, time after time.
  • Gas burns cleaner and is more cost-effective than charcoal.
  • Increased temperature control allows you to cook food more evenly.

 

Pellet Grills

One of the most appealing things about this type of BBQ grill is that it combines the perks of both a grill and a smoker. Simply load food-grade pellets into the hopper where they’ll be delivered to an auger. After setting the grill to your preferred temperature, you won’t have to make many adjustments, thanks to the electronic temperature control commonly featured. Pellet grills operate by electricity and, overall, they offer impressive performance for novice and pro grillers alike.

  • Cook meats like roasts, briskets and ribs with less monitoring required.
  • Fuel a pellet barbecue grill only with food-grade pellets created specifically for pellet grilling.
  • The grill automatically adds pellets to the auger and firepot as needed for a hands-off experience.

 

Charcoal Grills

A longtime favorite of grillers for many reasons, charcoal outdoor BBQ grills add rich, smoky flavor to food. These grills are available in an array of sizes and styles, and many models include wheeled stands for easy mobility. Many charcoal grills have an air intake towards the bottom that allows for manual temperature adjustment. Additional vents tend to be located on the top, and the more air that enters and exits, the hotter the charcoal will become.

  • Available features like lid rests, tool hooks and temperature gauges offer better cooking convenience.
  • Higher-end charcoal grills come with igniters that eliminate the need for additional lighter fluid.
  • Once the temperature is stabilized, it usually remains consistent throughout the entire grilling process.

All landscape projects begins with our initial consult meeting. Our focus is communication about customers ideas & goals, through collaborative discussion, we come up with a plan that utilizes our team experience and knowledge and customers goals in mind. We analyze the customers ideas to prepare an estimate to best suits the customer needs.

  • Design / Plant Selection
  • Installation including preparing garden beds, contours and grading, planting, edging, and mulch.
  • Maintenance including weeding, pruning, shrub and hedge trimming, size reduction, removal of overgrown plant material, rejuvenation pruning, edging, and apply fresh mulch.
  • Spring Clean Ups and Fall Close Downs
  • Consult for other services