Internet #301626056

Model #13892

4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with LED Controls, Side Burner and USB Light

  • Black porcelain enamel coating
  • Heavy duty porcelain cast iron cooking grids
  • 8-year burner warranty
  • See More Details

Frequently Bought Together

+
+
Price:
$30765

Product Overview

Grill fueled by Propane
513 sq. in. primary cooking space, fits 25 hamburger patties. Actual results may vary.
8 year burner warranty
Assembled grill width is 54.1 inches
Assembled grill height is 45.7 inches
Assembled grill depth is 22.5 inches
Tips from the Grill Masters
Enjoy the outdoors with friends and family this season cooking on the rugged porcelain enamel coated propane gas grill from Monument Grills. Be captivated with the multi-cooking options including 4 main burners, one side burner and USB Light. Featuring 4 main stainless steel burners and one side burner, this grill is designed with an electronic ignition for easy starting and delivers up to 60,000 BTUs of cooking power. The porcelain coated cast iron cooking grids delivers Even-Heat across the entire surface for flavor rich cooking and large easy to read thermometer for precise temperature control. Enjoy cooking evening hours with the blue LED back lit control knobs. Easily portable thanks to four heavy duty casters that also lock into position when you need it stationary.
  • 4 main burners and 1 stainless steel side burner with 60,000 BTU to deliver powerful heat and performance
  • 723 sq. in. of total cooking area offers plenty of grilling space; 513 sq. in. of primary cooking area and 210 sq. in. of warming rack area
  • Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates designed for even cooking, enamel flame tamers insure even heat delivering great flavors, electronic ignition system for easy burner starts
  • Built-in center mounted thermometer monitors temperature inside the grill
  • Rear access, easy to clean zinc coated grease tray with a removable catch pan, black coated enclosed steel cabinet
  • 2 black coated side shelves with stainless steel decorative edges with tool hooks for easy access for your tools
  • Enclosed cart hides your LP tank, tank not included
  • 4 heavy duty front locking swivel casters
  • For questions regarding replacement parts or service inquiries, please contact monument customer service at 1-888-980-4933 or email Support@monumentgrill.com
  • Assembly required
  • Protect your investment with a monument grill cover model number 98475 (sold separately)
  • Don't forget the propane available at our in-store propane exchange centers
  • California residents

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Compare Similar Propane Grills

2-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Red
current product
4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with LED Controls, Side Burner and USB Light
Deluxe 6-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with Side BurnerRevelry 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Stainless Steel with Side Burner and Smoker Box
BrandKitchenAidMonument GrillsNexgrillNexgrill
Name2-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Red4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with LED Controls, Side Burner and USB LightDeluxe 6-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with Side BurnerRevelry 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Stainless Steel with Side Burner and Smoker Box
Price
$29900
$30765
$39900
$59900
Ratings
(908)
(172)
(201)
(103)
Number Of Main Burners2 Burners4 Burners6 Burners4 Burners
Grill/Smoker FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesEnclosed Cabinet,Grease Pan,Heat Thermometer,Side Burner,Tool Holder,Warming RackConvertible To Natural Gas,Grease Pan,Heat Thermometer,Side Burner,Warming RackConvertible To Natural Gas,Enclosed Cabinet,Grease Pan,Heat Thermometer,Side Burner,Tool Holder,Warming Rack
Burner MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
Primary Burner BTU's26000480006000060000
Grill Grate/Surface MaterialStainless SteelPorcelain-Coated Cast IronCast IronStainless Steel
Fits No. of Burgers16252922
Front/Side ShelfFoldingFixedFixedFixed
Burner Warranty10 Years8 Years8 Years10 Years
Grill/Smoker CategoryFreestanding/Cart StyleFreestanding/Cart StyleFreestanding/Cart StyleFreestanding/Cart Style
Grill/Smoker Fuel TypeNatural Gas,Propane TankPropane TankNatural Gas,Propane TankPropane Tank
View ProductView ProductView ProductView Product

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
22.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
45.7 in
Assembled Width (in.)
54.1 in

Details

Accessories Included
No Additional Items Included
Assembly Required
Yes
Assembly Required
Assembly Required
Burner Material
Stainless Steel
Burner Warranty
8 Years
Color
Black
Color Family
Black
Fits No. of Burgers
25
Front/Side Shelf
Fixed
Grill Color Family
Black
Grill Grate/Surface Material
Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron
Grill Material
Porcelain
Grill Wheels
Four
Grill/Smoker Category
Freestanding/Cart Style
Grill/Smoker Features
Enclosed Cabinet,Grease Pan,Heat Thermometer,Side Burner,Tool Holder,Warming Rack
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type
Propane Tank
Ignition Type
Electrical
Number of Burners
5
Number Of Main Burners
4 Burners
Number of Side Burners
1
Outdoor Living Product Type
Propane Grill
Primary Burner BTU's
48000
Primary Cooking Space (sq. in)
513
Product Weight (lb.)
89.28
Returnable
180-Day
Secondary Cooking Space (sq in.)
210
Total Cooking Space (sq. in)
723

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,CSA Listed
Grate Warranty
1 Year
Overall Grill Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

37Questions14Answers

What is the power source for the led controls and light ?

Asked by Scottie October 8, 2020
2
Answers

Controlled by the Power switch located on the front to answer your question.

can this model be converted to natural gas?

Asked by Terri August 24, 2020
1
Answer

No, this model cannot be converted to natural gas.

Can you use a smoker box in this grill?

Asked by Ellie July 19, 2020
2
Answers

I do not know. I did not require that when I purchased mine. I would go to the Monunent website and look at their Q&As...

Can this grill convert to natural gas?

Asked by Kenny June 4, 2020
1
Answer

No, this grill cannot be converted to natural gas.

Where can you buy a cover for this grill?

Asked by Skitty June 1, 2020
1
Answer

You can get them from Home Depot. I got this one: ""Classic Accessories Madrona Rainproof 72 in. BBQ Grill Cover", which is still available. It is expensive though. I'm sure there are others available out there. This one is probably a little bigger than necessary, but it covers it well. I've had it for almost 3 years and it is out in the elements 24 x 7, so it is getting a little faded. There was also an extra loop on it that broke after a lot of use.

What are the dimensions of the primary cooking space (cooking grate size)?

Asked by AP May 13, 2020
1
Answer

My BBQ has three grates each one is nine and inches wide and seventeen and a half inches long. The top warmer is twenty five and a half inches wide and is seven and a quarter inches wide.

Will Home Depot assemble this BBq?

Asked by Sam May 9, 2020
1
Answer

Home Depot will assemble for a fee.

Whats the difference between the black and enamel model??

Asked by Lori May 2, 2020
1
Answer

My understanding is the black is enamel. It's a type of baked on paint coating.

What are the dimensions of the box the grill comes in? Trying to find out if I'll be able to fit ...

Asked by bawssladyH April 30, 2020
2
Answers

The box is quite large and heavy.

Will fish or zucchini fall through the grates?

Asked by Di April 22, 2020
2
Answers

Yes, sliced zucchini does fall through the grates. I have a stainless steel vegetable grill basket that I use for grilling zucchini, mushrooms, etc.

4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with LED Controls, Side Burner and USB Light - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 173 reviews
  • 84% recommend this product
5star-icon100
4star-icon51
3star-icon10
2star-icon3
1star-icon9
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 173 reviews
Easy to assemble and exceeds expectations. Awesome grill....
Easy to assemble and exceeds expectations. Awesome grill.
by KEN
No damages from shipping. Truth be told; I received an upgrade. I ordered black enamel, single si...
No damages from shipping. Truth be told; I received an upgrade. I ordered black enamel, single side burner, but my order was delayed 3 times (out of stock). I appreciated getting “something” finally but was surprised it was all stainless with the sear burner too! I love the clear view and the lighted LED backlit knobs! I like the USB port and plan on getting a light for it. It really looks sharp!!
by DAR78
Purchased this to replace my Genesis made by the popular brand. This is hands down the best grill...
Purchased this to replace my Genesis made by the popular brand. This is hands down the best grill I've ever owned. Temperature control is amazing and the high end heat is tremendous exceeding 600 degrees. The cast iron grates leave perfect sear marks. The porcelain paint makes cleanup a breeze and this is a beautiful grill you'll want to keep clean. If you're considering a grill don't hesitate choose Monument.
by Alepal
3 people found this helpful
I was a little disappointed when we got it out together. Grill looks great except for some dents....
I was a little disappointed when we got it out together. Grill looks great except for some dents.Instructions are not bad, but could give a little more detail. We have used it twice now and the thermostat is not accurate. Haven't used the side burner yet.
by Kitty
4 people found this helpful
monument grill
My grill came on time unboxing and Assembly was very easy The grill looks great and cooks wonderful and even
by Kennyman57
3 people found this helpful
Good God this is a nightmare. When the box arrived it had been turn up pretty significantly and h...
Good God this is a nightmare. When the box arrived it had been turn up pretty significantly and had 4 different places it had been punched open. During assembly I made it to step 2 before seeing that only 3 of the 4 bolts that should have been in the bottom plate were actually there. There are 12 of the same bolts in the hardware package and all of those are accounted for later in assembly so I go to the hardware store and buy a new one. Then I get home and reach step 4 and see that it was missing another, smaller bolt on the same plate in a different location. This one is in a place that I think I can just live with only 3 of the 4 bolts attached for right now and I can come back to it later. Then I get to step 6, I'm supposed to put the grill box on the body. This is when I pull the grill box out of the box and see it's been severely dented in 2 different places. Don't buy this grill. Their QA is terrible and they don't package this adequately to survive the damage the package carrier will inflict upon it
by Keith
4 people found this helpful
We were spoiled that our last home had a built in outdoor gas grill but since moving we've been o...
We were spoiled that our last home had a built in outdoor gas grill but since moving we've been off our BBQ game a bit. While a good sized charcoal grill was a fun stand-in and produced great food, it was no substitute for the ease of gas and we ended up not grill all that much anymore. Not to mention buying charcoal can become a hassle and sometimes you just don't want to smell like a campfire. The Monument came in one big box with some okay-ish instructions. I was able to assemble everything in about 30-40 minutes with relative ease. There is ample storage below even with the propane tank taking up a good portion of the space. The side shelf is adequate for one or two plates. The wheels, while plastic office chair style, are oversized so it does make rolling around pretty easy. There are loose hooks on the sides to handle BBQ tools, but I'm not a fan. They almost seem like an afterthought and since they're just S-hooks they dangle loosely making attaching and removing tools take more effort than it should. I would be remissed not to mention the LED lights. The cooking light is practical, but the knob lights while cool looking are just for show I could take it or leave it. It will likely get you a comment or two at your next BBQ party if that's your thing. As for cooking, I have no complaints there. The thing heats up quite quickly with all 4 burners on high, makes for a great first sear. I did compare this grill to others in the same price range and those costing way more and the BTU output is pretty much identical. Lots of cooking surface and what seems like even heat distribution has made our foray back into BBQing a real pleasure. We're certainly grilling more often now, which is great and for our use case (a family of 3) with the occasional backyard BBQ I think this grill is a great fit.
by DstBstSN
12 people found this helpful
Great Grill. Maybe a tick off of the five stars for having a couple hot spots and for the screws...
Great Grill. Maybe a tick off of the five stars for having a couple hot spots and for the screws used on the door handles but it was just what I expected and my friends want to steal it.
by BluFlame
2 people found this helpful
I really like the grill and it looks really nice. It also has the functionality that I need. I do...
I really like the grill and it looks really nice. It also has the functionality that I need. I don’t really eat burgers much so I’m more interested in cooking things slowly with the lid down to save having my stove on and heating up the house. With the thermometer on the lid you can control the heat in the grill fairly well. It is not really accurate because the divisions by the knobs don’t line up that well but it is good enough. The grill looks really nice especially with the knobs lit up. It also has a nice handy LED light that you can use if grilling in the dark. The only thing that distracts from its looks is that the shelf on the left and the burner on the right both slope down slightly from the line of the main grill. Also if you put something round on them it may roll off. I’m pretty sure that I put them on correctly. A couple of other good features are: four casters that make it easy to move around but lock well so that it doesn’t move when you don’t want it to and four hooks on the side for hanging grilling tools. The grill is good once you get it put together but the instructions to put it together are quite deficient. If you can get the store to put it together for you I would recommend that. Below I have detailed some of the issues that I had and maybe it will help someone else if they read it. Another area where documentation is deficient is with the text on the front of the grill telling you how to light the burners. This appears by the main burner dials and the side burner. In both places it says in order to light the burner you should: “1. Push and turn the Side (or Main) Burner knob slowly to MAX, the burner should be lit immediately.” What it doesn’t mention is that you need to push the electronic ignition. Maybe it assumes that “should be lit” means you need to light it with a match or the electronic ignition. I think that is confusing and should be made clearer. When I unpacked the grill I found three small screws floating around in the box and there were also two dents in the grill. Also one of the magnets that hold the door closed was out of place so I had to figure out how to get it back in to place. Maybe this was the fault of the shipper not being careful with it but better packing could possible alleviate this. I had a hard time figuring out how all the wires connected and I called the company for help. The gentlemen on the phone was very patient and helpful. I had to call back again later because I had another wiring question and I spoke to another gentlemen who was also helpful. The diagram in the book shows 6 wires connecting into the back of the electronic ignition but there are actually only 5 wires and slots. I was also worried about which one goes where but apparently it doesn’t matter. Getting the side burner gas valve put together was really difficult. In the diagram on page 12 it doesn’t show the PCB that you have to have in the switch. I had to guess where that went based on a couple of clips that hold it in place. When you actually put the side burner gas valve together you have to try to hold the part at the back in the right place, get the front part lined up and then screw them together. This is very hard with just two hands. I found that it was easier to attach part number 27, “Side Burner Orifice”, first because then it helps to hold the side burner gas valve in place. Also the screws that hold this together were really tight in the threaded holes, but maybe I used the wrong screws as it didn’t specify which screws. Maybe it should have been the ones floating around in the box when I got it. It is better to screw them in and out first a few times before you try to put it together to make sure they go in easily. As part of the installation of the side burner gas valve it tells you to: “Insert the wire as the figure shows.” But all it shows is two wires going together and there are two choices of wires to connect to. The red wire connector should be connected to the white wire connector. Later you connect the black wire connector with the other black wire connector coming from the battery box under the grill. As the wire connectors have colors I don’t know why they don’t mention them in the installation instructions. I think it would be better if it came with some of these parts already installed. In Figure 16 in the installation guide it says: “Put Part No. 7, Part No. 8, Part No. 9 and Part No. 49 into the relevant place.” But where is the relevant place? It does not show a good image of where everything goes. I have not owned a gas grill before so I don’t know exactly what they look like inside. I had to look at some of the videos on the Home Depot website for help. I didn’t know the “flame tamer” was just placed on top of the burners and not really connected to anything. Also I connected part 49, the lighting rod, just fine but had no idea what I was. I don’t see any mention of it in the book. I Googled it and apparently it is used to hold a match if you have to use one to light the grill. Note on Figure 14.1 where it mentions putting the handles on the door, it only mentions the handle and door part numbers, but there is also a plastic spacer that goes into the door that is shown in the diagram. This part is not listed anywhere. I had a really hard time sliding the grease tray into the back of the grill. This was because of the dents in the grill that I mentioned above. I had to take the back plate off and hammer out a dent and also knock out a dent right above where the grease tray slid in. The bottom line is that it is a nice grill but the documentation could do with more attention.
by Baz
15 people found this helpful
I replaced a $170 grill with this ~$300 grill, and there's just no question that for the extra $1...
I replaced a $170 grill with this ~$300 grill, and there's just no question that for the extra $130, you're getting a lot of benefits. Sure, a cheap grill will still have a flame that cooks your food, but it's the other little things that determine whether it's a pleasure to use, and thus whether you actually use it. That being said, not everything is perfect about this grill, so I'm going to go through my experience step-by-step: First off, I'll discuss arrival of the product. This grill comes partly assembled, made in China, and arrived in an incredibly small box via FedEx (not freight). I was shocked that a full grill could be inside, and unfortunately, packing so much heavy metal (115lb or so) into a tiny box with little padding did cause some problems. There was a puncture to one side of the shipping box, and the grill lid was slightly dented. There was also a major scratch on the handle. While you could potentially call this a one-off issue related to rough handling by FedEx, I actually think the extremely tight packaging, which likely reduces shipping costs via container ship from China, is cutting it too close. This is what I'd call a design defect in the packaging, and it means that damage is more likely to occur. So my number one recommendation is to buy this at the store so you can inspect the package before you take it home. Second, I'll discuss assembly. I know others will complain that this is hard to build, but it was actually far easier to build than the cheaper model I replaced. It took just over an hour. The process is made simple because the Phillips head screws all affix in pre-installed threaded holes, and thus no nuts are required. That makes it a simple task if you have a power screwdriver. The only mishap was that one of the holes was not properly aligned with the exterior panel, and the screw broke off when attempting to affix it. No extras were included in the box, so no replacement could be installed, and the screw head snapped off anyway, leaving the base permanently in the hole. Third, I'll discuss finished looks and features. This grill looks great for the price, with very nice trim and an attractive thermometer, along with push-button LED lighting that you can use at night (this included lighted dial surrounds and a flexible side light that plugs in via USB - you could even use it in a laptop if you wanted to!). The lights are all powered by four AA batteries, included with the grill. One small feature I appreciated were the four utility hooks included with the grill, which makes hanging tools off the side easy. These are a little hard to see in the promotional photos. The only issues I had, in addition to the cosmetic damage that occurred during shipping, were that the doors didn't line up exactly right, and the magnets for the doors were so strong that it made them a bit hard to open. So, finally, I'll discuss actual use. The grill uses a electronic ignition (powered by an included AA battery), which is probably more long-lasting than the friction-spark starters on cheap grills, but does require that you push the button while turning the dial to max. You have to repeat the process for each burner, which is a bit inconvenient if you just want to turn them all on at once (you could get the gas going on all of them and then push the button, but that might not be safe or efficient). I also found that the left-most burner (furthest from the propane tank) had a lot of trouble lighting. Perhaps it's not getting quite as much gas, or perhaps it has a minor blockage. It took two or three presses of the ignition every time to get it going. Luckily, it stayed on once lit, and seemed to have sufficient flow for cooking. Luckily, I found the cooking to be quite even front to back on this grill, which is not necessarily true with some cheap (and expensive) grills. The number one thing I loved about this grill were the four caster wheels. They rolled so smoothly in all directions, making it so easy to move the grill around a deck, infinitely easier than a grill with just two fixed wheels. I could easily re-position the grill as I cooked, in case I needed to make room behind to open the lid, or push it out of the way to get past more easily. By the way, I find that grill measurements in marketing specs can be a bit hard to compare, so I've gone ahead and measured the main grill surface to give potential buyers a clear idea of how big it is: 28.5" by 17.5". IT also has a warming rack above, and a side burner, which requires that you use a pot (it has no grill grate, so it works more like a burner on a stove than an actual grill - great for stir fry, not so great for a steak. Overall, I'm very pleased with this grill given the price. It's a huge step up in terms of ease of assembly, ease of use, features, and quality versus grills just $100 cheaper. The only thing I'd caution potential buyers of is the potential for shipping damage and therefore the benefit of buying it at the store if possible.
by Termie
20 people found this helpful
Showing 1-10 of 173 reviews