Faraday's carries Green Mountain Wood Pellet Grills, which are considered one of the top of the line, the best of the best, but not the highest in price! We only offer the highest quality grills, dry rubs, sauces, and pellets, so customers can enjoy the best possible grilling experience without breaking the bank. Green Mountain Grills, LLC was founded in 2006.
Green Mountain Grills (GMG) are only sold in-store and not online. Let the Faraday's Team introduce you to a cooking vessel that will expand your cooking experiences into new flavors!
Join us in-store, in Bee Cave, Texas for an engaging demonstration around how the Green Mountain Grills is more than just a wood pellet grilling! Faraday's offers FREE Assembly on all new Grills.
NEW PRIME PLUS GRILLS have Just Arrived!
The new line of Prime+ grills are built even smarter and stronger. The new PLUS Models have a collapsible front shelf, interior grill light, rotisserie enabled mounting and stronger reinforced grates.
There are two grill platforms of GMG: “Choice” and “Prime+” Pellet Grills. Within each platform there are 3 Pellet Grill choices. Davy Crockett (the smaller), Daniel Boone (the most popular size) and the Jim Bowie (the larger of the 3). Faraday’s carries one (1) CHOICE grill and seven (7) PRIME+ wood fire pellet grill options. You choose between a Black Lid or Stainless-Steel Lid and then if you want WIFI or no WIFI.
Wood-Feeding Electric Pellet Grills - A motor turns an auger, which feeds pellets into the firebox. There, a hot rod automatically ignites the pellets and a combustion fan below keeps them burning. Vents vertically line the inside of the firebox creating a circular air flow. A fan inside the pellet hopper maintains positive pressure to prevent burn-back in the auger tube. When they meet, these two air flows create the ultimate wood-burning fire and circulate pure hardwood smoke flavor.
The *heat shield that covers the firebox distributes the heat to both sides of the grill, causing it to flow up into the convection-style grill chamber. A sensor mounted inside the grill sends data to the on-board computer 10 times every second, and the controller adjusts the air and pellet flow to maintain the temperature you set.
*Heat shield styles and positioning vary between the different grill models.