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Charmglow Grills

Charmglow, once a dominant brand in barbecue grills, had lost its shine over the years, making cheaper and cheaper grills in search of market share. They eventually went out of business and during the 2004 liquidation of their parent company, the trademark was bought by Home Depot.

They have since brought out new grills sold exclusively by Home Depot and Expo Design Center (also owned by Home Depot). These grills have been made by many different suppliers- usually whoever gives them the lowest price that year (Nexgrill, Brinkmank etc..), hense they have been low grade stainless steel Chinese grills.

Since the old Charmglow no longer exists and the new grills have been made by a revolving door of suppliers from China, replacement parts may be hard to find.

Find Aftermarket Charmglow Parts

Find out about the Charmglow Nexgrill Recall

Find out about the Charmglow Brikmann Recall

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