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4-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Stainless with LED Controls, Side and Side Sear Burners

  • Cast iron side caps.
  • Heavy duty porcelain cast iron cooking grids
  • 8-year burner warranty
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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 stainless steel propane gas grill with Cast Iron Side Caps from Monument Grills. Be captivated with the multi-cooking options including 4 main burners, burner and side sear burner. Featuring 4 main stainless steel burners one side burner and one side sear burner, this grill is designed with an electronic ignition for easy starting and delivers up to 72,000 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 4 heavy duty casters that also lock into position when you need it stationary.
  • 4 stainless steel main burners, 1 stainless steel side burner and 1 stainless steel ceramic sear side burner with 72,000 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, stainless 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, stainless steel painted enclosed steel cabinet
  • 2 stainless steel side shelves 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
  • Protect your investment with a monument grill cover model number 98475 (Sold separately)
  • Assembly required
  • For questions regarding replacement parts or service inquiries, please contact Monument customer service at 1-888-980-4933 or email Support@monumentgrill.com
  • Don't forget the propane available at our in-store propane exchange centers
  • California residents

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Grill/Smoker FeaturesFoldable Legs,Grease Pan,Tool HolderEnclosed 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's48000480006000048000
Grill Grate/Surface MaterialCast IronPorcelain-Coated Cast IronCast IronPorcelain-Coated Cast Iron
Fits No. of Burgers29252925
Front/Side ShelfNoneFixedFixedFixed
Burner Warranty1 Year8 Years8 Years8 Years
Grill MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelPainted SteelStainless Steel
Grill/Smoker Fuel TypePropane TankPropane TankNatural Gas,Propane TankPropane
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Assembled Depth (in.)
22.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
45.7 in
Assembled Width (in.)
54.1 in


Accessories Included
No Additional Items Included
Assembly Required
Burner Material
Stainless Steel
Burner Warranty
8 Years
Stainless Steel
Color Family
Fits No. of Burgers
Front/Side Shelf
Grill Color Family
Stainless Steel
Grill Grate/Surface Material
Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron
Grill Material
Stainless Steel
Grill Wheels
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
Number of Burners
Number Of Main Burners
4 Burners
Number of Side Burners
Outdoor Living Product Type
Propane Grill
Primary Burner BTU's
Primary Cooking Space (sq. in)
Product Weight (lb.)
Secondary Cooking Space (sq in.)
Total Cooking Space (sq. in)

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers


Does the 8 year Burner Warranty cover the Sear Station Burner as well?

Asked by CS March 2, 2021

The side burner is ceramic which has a one-year warranty.

How well does the Sear Burner work? Is the grill for the sear burner stainless steel and how wel...

Asked by td February 10, 2021

The seat burner works great and it is stainless steel

will the store assemble this grill? If so, is there a cost involved?

Asked by Rob November 14, 2020

Yes, Home Depot assembled the grill at no extra cost!

Can I use a rotisserie kit with this grill?

Asked by Consigliere August 8, 2020

Yes a rotisserie kit can be used with this grill, Monument model # 97222. While the rotisserie kit is in use, the sear and side burners cannot be used.

where is it made?

Asked by Matt June 2, 2020

I BELIVE is made in USA

Can I connect this with a natural gas line?

Asked by jim May 21, 2020

you can, but you have change the orifices to match the BTU output your grill uses. there are charts online and you need a set of orifice hand drills to do it.


Asked by CATH May 19, 2020

That won’t be an issue as it is boxed quite well and will fit in your Subsru

what is the height to the top of the surface of the side table/ side sear burner?

Asked by Dan June 14, 2019

Mine is 35 3/8" from the floor to the top surface of the side sear burner (same for the side burner). The overall height from the floor to the top of the main lid is 45 1/2".

Can a rotisserie be hooked up to this model?

Asked by Mango May 30, 2019

Yes. Search HomeDepot.com for "97222". Note that it runs off of your home's electricity, so you'll need an extension cord.

Can this grill head be used as a insert for an outdoos kitchen?

Asked by Honey May 17, 2019

The quick answer is "no". To address the "why": the firebox is simply supported by the base cabinet, so if you had the time, patience, knowledge/skill to customize your outdoor kitchen enclosure to fit this specific firebox, I'm sure it could be done. The same could be said of the side shelves as well. Of course, this customization would cost money, probably more money than buying a drop-in/built-in grill designed for such a scenario. The next issue with this is that if you ever needed to replace these piece with something else, they most likely wouldn't fit, or you'd need to modify the enclosure, and that would cost more money. Furthermore, this grill cannot be converted to natural gas, which is usually what most outdoor kitchens are built around, so you would need to accommodate the propane tank. If you are willing to do all of that, then go for it, but with all that expense, it would probably be cheaper to just buy a built-in model.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 274 reviews
  • 86% recommend this product
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I researched this grill manufacturer through a Consumer Reporting agency and it is one of the bes...
I researched this grill manufacturer through a Consumer Reporting agency and it is one of the best without costing a house payment. The shipping was good for a larger size box. There was some slight metal bends in some places, but not that couldn't be pushed back in place. I opted to put it together myself to learn more about possibly replacing parts later on. The build was not difficult and really helped me know what was what for better operation. I have cooked burgers and just recently slow roasted a pork butt. All the burner areas cook with similar temps with no flare up spots. I've had grills that burn way hotter toward the back, but this Monument grill was awesome! The LED lighted knobs are a treat and what I refer to as "pimping my grill out", and they are definitely a conversation piece! And they actual do come in handy as dusk starts settling in. This 4 burner grill replaced a 6 burner grill and I have not missed the extra real-estate the former had. Overall exceptional and look forward to future grilling out adventures!
by ToolMan
1 person found this helpful
The bad: The assembly instructions were not very good. Some of the pictures were not detailed eno...
The bad: The assembly instructions were not very good. Some of the pictures were not detailed enough to make it clear what to do. The cabinet door on the left side works, but is slightly non-level and swings shut by itself. That is annoying. The right side door is nice and level and swings open by itself, which is the way I prefer it. The good: Fortunately, the assembly was not too difficult and I successfully completed it in about 3 hours. There were no missing parts and all of the burners fired up right away when I turned them on and pressed the ignition button. I haven't cooked too much on it yet, but for what I have cooked it worked well. It can get very hot very quickly. When I was burning it in with all burners on, as suggested in the manual, it got up to about 650 degrees. Even with only one burner on, it easily reaches 300 degrees. It is highly rated by Consumer Reports and is way cheaper than a Weber, which is why I selected it. And the searing burner on the left shelf and cool blue lighted dials, although not really all that important, cinched it for me.
by Jimbert
3 people found this helpful
Awesome grill. Super easy to assemble. I needed a new grill and nobody had anything good in-stoc...
Awesome grill. Super easy to assemble. I needed a new grill and nobody had anything good in-stock already assembled. This one was very highly rated so I ordered it. It came sooner than expected by several days, which was great. I was dreading having to assemble this as the last grill took forever with all the nuts and bolts. NOT THIS ONE! Kudos to the engineers as there wasn't a single nut. You had some small screws and they went in without a nut as they used something different that was already in the main piece. I'm so impressed that I'm including a picture of the parts list. It took me along, one hour to assemble. I would say :40 minutes of that was hooking up the wiring and lines, which still wasn't hard at all. I used a cordless drill for everything but 3 screws under the side sear burner as the drill wouldn't fit. I went from dreading the assembly to writing this review - that's how impressed I was. The grill itself we first used on July 4th and worked like a charm. Heated FAST and my Brats were cooking faster than I was used to so I just moved to the top rack. I never use the side burner on grills so I doubt I will with this one either. I will try the sear side the next time I grill steaks to see how that works. Main grill area is larger and I had 16 burgers, 8 dogs and 8 brats on at once between the main area and top shelf. Great purchases are rare so they stick out. Other than the huge Toro lawnmower I bought a few years ago from Home Depot - this is the only other product that I loved so much.
by GeoK
1 person found this helpful
Recommended for anyone wanting a nice, good-looking, mid-grade propane grill. Background: I have...
Recommended for anyone wanting a nice, good-looking, mid-grade propane grill. Background: I have had this grill (model # 243674) for about 3 months and have grilled on it about 35-40 times. I have grilled steaks, fajita meats, various styles of chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, corn, skewers, potatoes!, and various veggies (on the grill as well as a griddle insert). So I don't have a year or two under my belt with the grill, but some pretty decent early experience. There was a small learning curve with getting to "know" the grill (how hot is "high"), and I have been very pleasantly surprised. All things considered, this is a good/great grill. It should be noted, that from a purely aesthetic standpoint, the grill looks great. I opted to go with this model versus the similar (same) model with the glass window in the top as my fear was that it would be a nice feature right up until the glass got dirty, then I'd be cleaning it all the time; or not cleaning it and staring at the dirty glass. My thoughts: To me, this is a great "intermediate" grill for someone who wants to step up from a "beginner" type grill in the sub $300 range, but not yet ready for a $1,000+ commitment for a more serious set up. Having a nice, big grill that can fire up at a moments notice really does open up your cooking repertoire. I have traditionally been a charcoal guy, and still swear by the taste, but now that I have 2 kids, being able to fire this grill right up rather than waiting for charcoal is a true blessing. Furthermore, being able to cook just 2 chicken breasts for my wife and myself and not wasting an entire grills' worth of charcoal is a big money/sanity saver. This is my scenario, and what I think is the key to this grill. The grill (I tell myself) that I really I want is around $2,000 and with bills, kids, etc. I just can't justify that kind of experiment - especially if I turn out to be wrong. So, this is my more palatable experiment to see if this grill makes me love propane grilling so much that I jump up to my dream grill down the road. If I do, then this grill was a perfect value. If I don't, then this grill will still be super useful and I won't regret spending tons of money for something I never use or don't love. Obviously this isn't as super high-quality as some more serious grills, but I didn't perceive that as the manufacturer's intention, so I set my expectations accordingly. Some parts aren't stainless, some stainless parts are not super thick, but like I said, it looks great and doesn't cost a lot. Basically the parts you see when standing in front of the grill are (430) stainless steel and the parts you don't see (the back and sides below) are powder-coated steel. The sides (end caps) of the top are cast aluminum. Having a cover and using a stainless steel cleaner (Baye's HP SS Cleaner) once a month keeps it looking great on the outside. I use Weber grill cleaner on the inside every once in a while. Assembly/Setup: I had the grill delivered to my home (it came via UPS), and assembled it myself. Note that the firebox (the part with the knobs and top) comes fully assembled - so it is relatively heavy, but more-so just plain big, so consider getting someone to help you with at least that part. Assembly took about an hour, and is pretty straightforward. I recommend using hand tools and avoiding the temptation to use a drill - you don't want to over-tighten or strip any fasteners. Go easy at first when setting up the bottom portion, it seems like it would be easy to "rack" the base pieces and then nothing would be square. I assembled the pieces but did not tighten everything down until everything was in place. For the most part, everything goes together well, with the hardest part of assembly being the knobs, specifically the LED lights that you sandwich between the body and the backside of the knob itself. There are little wires that need to plugged in to make all the lights/igniters work, so don't overlook those. The manufacturer includes 4 batteries for the lights (battery pack inside the cabinet) and 1 for the igniter button (button unscrews, battery goes inside). They also include hooks for hanging utensils off the side shelves, as well as a little chain for holding/using a match if you so desire. All the parts seem to be of decent quality. Nothing super fancy, but nothing feels super cheap either. I opted to buy my own empty 20 lb tanks (2) from Home Depot and have them filled at a gas station near my house that sells propane. It saves about $10 versus swapping out a 15 lb tank, which obviously holds less (and costs more), but you also always wind up giving some of "your" propane back when you swap, as you can never really empty the tank. I also purchased a propane level indicator. In general, these gauges are not super accurate, but this at least lets me know at a glance if there's enough to get through a cooking session before I start and not get caught in a situation where I run out. I swap out my empty tank for my full one and then have a few weeks to get it refilled. 1 tank seems to last 6-8 weeks cooking for 30-45 mins, 2-3 times a week. Use: The 4 burner set up (48,000 BTU's / 12,000 each) is more than enough to do just about anything an 'intermediate griller' might need, meaning that the main firebox gets plenty hot. Assuming the built in thermometer is accurate, I have no issues getting well over 500 degrees, not that I really need to cook anything that high. There is plenty of room (~500 square inches) as far as cooking surface. You can definitely do a dinner for a big family or a pretty good sized cookout for maybe 20-25 people at once. The other 24,000 BTU's come from the side sear station and the side burner station (12,000 each). The sear station is fun and can be useful, but make sure you read a few internet posts on cooking style before just jumping in, it takes a couple of times to understand how to start on one grilling surface and finish on the other. Some start on the main grilling surface and finish on the sear station, some do it the other way around. Again, Google it. I honestly have not used the side burner (stove eye) station, but it seems to work just fine. That tends to be where I lay my food before placing on the grill and where I swap out to whatever dish I am using to take the food to the table (and a drink). Misc: I also purchased the grill cover as well as a griddle insert. The cover does what it is supposed to and protects the grill from tree sap, bird droppings, rain, etc. It's holding up well so far, but I imagine it will last maybe 1.5 - 2 years before needing to be replaced, which I am fine with, better it than the grill itself. The griddle insert is good. It is heavy cast iron with a flat surface on one side and raised diagonal grates on the other. It is the same size as one (of 3) of the grill inserts, you simply take one out and replace with the griddle. This is nice for certain vegetables like asparagus as it has no holes to let food fall through. It cooks well and can make some nice char marks if you get it really hot before placing food on it. I have not tried doing grill pancakes, but it is on my list. Things to know that aren't spelled out in the marketing: 1) This grill has a USB port on the side (near the right-most knob) for plugging in a light (sold on manufacturer's website). It runs off the 4 AA batteries that power the knob lights, so it will decrease the battery life somewhat. If your grilling area isn't well lit and you tend to grill after sun-down, this is better than trying to hold a flashlight while doing everything else. 2) The main grilling surface is porcelain coated cast iron. Do not use a wire brush or any other aggressive cleaning tool, you will scratch (eventually scratch off) the porcelain. That would expose the cast iron, which would probably then start to rust. Clean the grill with a nylon brush, when the grill is cold (otherwise it will melt the nylon). The manufacturer sells stainless steel wrapped (not solid) grilling grates on their website if you want them. 3) There is no propane gauge included. In general, these gauges are not super accurate, as weight is a far better metric (consider buying a scale if you are wanting to be super precise) but a gauge at least lets you know at a glance if there's enough propane to get through a cooking session before you start.
by CharlotteDad
20 people found this helpful
Very good BBQ for the price.
Looks like a very good bbq so far. Nice look, good quality overall. Bargain for the price I think.
by Phil
Besides grilling really well, it's a awesome eye-catcher!
Besides grilling really well, it's a awesome eye-catcher!
by Sal
I have no idea how the grill works but I have read so many reviews of the item arriving damaged a...
I have no idea how the grill works but I have read so many reviews of the item arriving damaged and it did for us too!!! It looked like someone threw it off the truck! It was torn open in numerous places. When we opened it, the grill was badly damaged. Numerous dents in the lid and the body of the grill. I called customer service and was told that I could take it back to the store and get a refund or reorder it. This weighs over 90 lbs and a huge pain to haul it back to the store and hope the next one arrives with out issues. Frustrating it already took almost 3 weeks for this one to arrive - so now to wait another 3 I suppose. I will try one more time and after that I will go directly to a store that has items in stock. I had to order this because my store doesn't carry many grills in stock and the ones they do have are sitting outside in the weather.
by Melissa
10 people found this helpful
I wanted to pay to have this Monument Grill assembled at Homedepot and delivered to my home. I pr...
I wanted to pay to have this Monument Grill assembled at Homedepot and delivered to my home. I prefered this because I dont have the time to assemble it and there are many reviews that say dents are problematic. I had hoped that if any dents were present, the Homedepot crew could order new parts themsleves and take care of it. I spent 1.5 hrs on the phone with different people trying to get it assemebled and delivered to my home (for a $79 fee). All the different agents said it should be possible, but they couldn't find a box to check on their web-based form to do that. So, I gave in and had it shipped unassembled to my home. Sure enough, after it arrived I checked out each part for dents and found a a good-sized up-ward dent on the platform that holds the grills, so that the grill that fits over this dent wobbles up and down a bit (see photo). Since the dent this is inside the unit, it wasnt due to shipping but rather to sloppy craftsmanship. I called Monmument Grills for a replacement and they happily complied. About 3 weeks later the part arrived. From my conversation with Monoment Grills, I was expecting to receive a whole new main burner unit. However, they sent only the inner frame and I would have to disconnect all the knobs, hoses, electronic starters, and burners in order to slip in the new inner shell and reconnect everything. This will take a lot of work and Im not going to do that. It seems that I have to live with a defective product that I will now have to assemble.
by lonkironki
Response from MONUMENT GRILLSSep 23, 2017
Based on your review this was not handled correctly by customer service. We will reach out to you and you can reach us at support@monumentgrills.com. and we will send you a new firebox. Sorry for your troubles. MonumentGrills
12 people found this helpful
Damaged Products, No Response from Customer Support
Like many others have already stated, my grill came damaged. The front handle is bent bad enough that the hood has a dent in it as well. Along with many other pieces damaged, our grill was missing a couple screws and other minor hardware. We purhased in early June and still have not received parts we were told would be replaced and we're well into September. I emailed a month and a half ago asking when to expect the pieces I was promised and heard nothing. Emailed again today but I have little hope in hearing back. The grill works like a charm, but looks like they'll always come bent in some fashion and customer service is not easy to work with. There are plenty of other grills that cook your food the same way, and if I had to pick again, I wouldn't pick Monument.
by JessicaWhitt
Response from MONUMENT GRILLSSep 15, 2017
I am very sorry that you had shipping damage and that we did not take care of it quickly but we want to help make it right. I am researching your order. You can also contact me at support@monumentgrills.com. We will get your parts out immediately and give you an accessory free of charge to apologize for the service issues. MonumentGrills
4 people found this helpful
I have been unable to use the grill yet as the firebox came with a large dent in the corner. The ...
I have been unable to use the grill yet as the firebox came with a large dent in the corner. The shipping on the product was also delayed by a few days; and now I am waiting another 2 weeks on a replacement firebox. All in all I cannot rate the grill. The grill itself seems okay but the common issue appears to be with dents and product delays. Customer service however, has been great to work with. Although, purchasing a $300 product and not being able to use in 3 weeks after purchase has been decently frustrating. At this time my recommendation would based on this experience alone would cause pause to those who need a grill soon. Yet to see how this actually cooks though.
by Scottland
Response from MONUMENT GRILLSJul 10, 2017
We are sorry for the delay that is not typical at all. We ship all products next day. I will check to see what the issue was. As far as any damage it sounds like you have been taken care of. Please let us know if anything is not perfect after you have the new parts. MonumentGrills
5 people found this helpful
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