Considering an investment in a Delta Heat grill? Let us help you make an informed buying decision with our detailed breakdown of the brand and its products.
Established and owned by gas engineer Dante Cantal in the 1990’s, Delta Heat products are designed and manufactured by Twin Eagles, Inc. in Cerritos, California. Real reviewers give these grills 5 out of 5 stars.
Join us as we dig down into everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the company behind Delta Heat grills…
Where Are Delta Heat Grills Made?
Delta Heat grills are proudly made in the USA.
Who Makes Delta Heat Grills?
Dante Cantal is the founder and owner of Delta Heat. Delta Heat products are designed and manufactured by Twin Eagles, Inc. Twin Eagles is located in Cerritos, California.
Delta Heat was founded in the 1990s by Dante Cantal, a gas engineer. His vision was to perfect grilling technology and to design an exquisite, handcrafted grill. Delta Heat grills are beautifully engineered and beautiful to look at.
Delta Heat says they’ve “cooked up perfection”.
Reviewers all say that Delta Heat grills are built to last. Here’s a video of their grill factory in California:
What Products Are in The Delta Heat Grills Collection?
Delta Heat offers two styles of gas grills: built in and freestanding. The built-in premier collection has a 26-inch, 32-inch, and 38-inch grill. The built-in grills are designed to fit into your outdoor kitchen.
The freestanding grills have grill bases with side shelves and heavy-duty locking casters. The freestanding grills also come in three sizes: 26-inch, 32-inch, and 38 inches. The larger 32-inch and 38-inch freestanding grill bases have front access doors.
The freestanding gas grills and the built-in gas grills have the same features.
All Delta Heat gas grills have cooking grates of 304 grade stainless steel, 18-gauge stainless steel U-burners, a direct heat and ceramic radiant grilling system, electronic ignition, LED control panel lights, interior halogen lights, built in temperature gauge, and a warming/cooking rack.
The grill hood is double lined, and mirror polished on the outside. It has an easy-to-open hood assist system to reduce the weight of the hood.
The 26-inch grills come with all the standard features. It has two 18-gauge stainless steel U-burners and can fit 18 burgers. Optional features are a sear zone burner kit and a rotisserie kit.
The 32-inch grills come with three 18-gauge stainless steel U-burners. It can grill up to 24 hamburgers at a time. There are three models: G, R and RS. The G model comes with the standard features – the rotisserie may be added as a kit.
The 32-inch R model has an infrared rotisserie burner and a rotisserie kit. The RS model has an integrated infrared rotisserie burner, an integrated two position rotisserie and an integrated infrared sear zone.
The 38-inch grill has the standard premier features. The 38-inch grill can fit around 28 burgers. It comes with Available models are the G, R and RS. As with the 32-inch models, the G has three U-burners and is non-rotisserie, although an optional rotisserie kit is available.
The 38-inch R model comes with an integrated rotisserie, and an infrared rotisserie burner. A sear burner is optional on the R model. The RS model has an integrated rotisserie, integrated rotisserie burner and an infrared sear zone.
What Size & Weight Are Delta Heat Grills?
Delta Heat built in grills come in three sizes: 26 inches, 32 inches and 38 inches. The smallest built-in weighs 125 pounds. The largest weighs 220 pounds.
The freestanding grills come in 26 inches, 32 inches and 38-inch sizes. The smallest weighs 275 pounds and the largest, the 38-inch, weighs 395 pounds.
Do Delta Heat Grills Come With a Warranty?
Delta Heat backs their products with a limited lifetime warranty. They warrant their stainless-steel main burners and fabricated stainless-steel housing for life. The part will be replaced, free of charge, with the owner paying for labor, shipping, and handling.
There is a 15-year warranty on grates, and a 5-year warranty on briquette trays and gas valves. All other grill components have a 2-year warranty.
Delta Heat warrants all parts of their grills to be free from defects and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. The grill must be serviced by an authorized dealer.
Do Delta Heat Grills Make Accessories?
For Delta Heat’s built-in line, they offer drop-in single side burners, a double side burner, power burners and a Teppanyaki grill. To complete your outdoor kitchen, they have access doors and drawers, trash drawers, ventilation hoods, paper towel holders and trash chutes.
They also have griddle plates, charcoal trays, insulating jackets and grill covers.
Delta Heat has built in bar accessories, too. They offer drop-in coolers, cooler drawers, drop-in sinks, and outdoor refrigerators.
What Do Real Reviewers Say About These Grills?
We checked on all the websites we could find for Delta Grills. The bad news is – we only found 8 reviews online. The good news is – every one of the 8 reviews gave Delta Grills a 5 out of 5 stars.
One reviewer loved that it heated up so fast and loved the ceramic briquettes. They think the construction is exceptionally good. One reviewer had the grill for a year in a coastal environment and still hadn’t seen any corrosion. A reviewer said it was money well spent.
One review claimed the grill was “a work of art”.
How Much Do Delta Heat Grills Cost?
Delta Heat grills are sleek, luxurious, and surprisingly affordable.
The cost of the built-in line of grills varies from the 26-inch model at $2,300, up to the 32-inch model at $2,400, up to the 38-inch model at $2,900.
The freestanding models cost from $2,800 up to $4,000.
How To Use a These Grills
Here are some simple step-by-step instructions for using your Delta Heat grill:
- If you haven’t used your grill in a while, or you’ve just replaced an LP tank, do a simple leak test. First, turn all the grill control knobs to OFF. Then turn the main gas supply valve to ON. Prepare a mild soapy solution with 1 part dishwasher soap to 1 part water. Then, spray or sponge some on the hoses and valves. If you have a leak, the gas will cause the soap to make bubbles that will grow.
- Delta Heat recommends that their grills are located a foot from any combustible materials and in a well-ventilated area.
- Make sure you don’t smell any gas!
- Open the grill hood.
- Open the gas supply valve.
- Check the electronic spark igniter by pushing in a knob. You should hear it clicking. If you don’t, then check the 9V battery of the igniter – it might need to be replaced.
- Push in and turn a grill knob counterclockwise. Hold the knob pushed in for 4 seconds. You should hear the igniter and see the flame.
- Release the knob.
- If the grill doesn’t light after 4 seconds, turn off the grill knob and wait 5 minutes for the gas to dissipate before trying again.
- Once the burners are going, close the hood and allow the grill to reach your grilling temperature.
- Load up the grill with delicious grilling meats and vegetables!
Are Delta Heat Grills Easy To Maintain?
Stainless steel can become corroded if you live in a salt air environment or you have a pool. Wind-blown sand can also be harmful. If you have any of these environments, Delta Heat recommends keeping your grill covered when not in use.
Clean the mirror polished hood surface with a non-abrasive, stainless steel cleaner. Be sure to wipe the cleaner in the direction of the mirror polish. To touch-up minor scratches on the mirror surface, you can use a 100-grit sandpaper.
Clean the grates with a brass bristle brush once the grates have cooled slightly after every use. Delta Heat recommends dipping the brush in tap water, then scrubbing the grate. The steam created will help clean the food off the grate. Never spray water onto a hot grate.
Check out the burners periodically. The port holes should be open. You can clean the port holes with a wire pin.
Empty the drip pan after every use to avoid grease fires. Slide it out and clean it, then make sure it is pushed back into place.
Delta Heat cautions grill owners about grilling in windy conditions. The grills naturally allow heat to escape out the back of the grill, except when windy conditions keep heat in. In windy conditions, be careful with the control panel and knobs – they may become very hot. Use an oven mitt or allow heat to escape every 15 minutes by carefully opening the hood.
How Do I Store My Delta Heat Grill?
Delta Heat grills should be covered with a heavy-duty cover over the winter.
Insects and mice love to overwinter in a grill. Give the grill a good cleaning every spring.
Summary: Where Can I Buy One?
You can buy Delta Heat grills at authorized dealers. To search for one near you, go to Delta Heat here.