Your grill has arrived! Learning how to set up an argentine grill only takes a few minutes! Let us help you get grilling.

Here you’ll find out how to set up your Santa Maria or Argentine grill so you can start cooking up delicious meals. There are specific videos for each material type.

The goal is to ensure you understand the grill setup to not only make sure you use the grill properly but to help you get it set up faster so you can begin enjoying the benefits of owning an Argentinian Style Santa Maria grill.

First, you’ll need the grill itself, which typically features a large cooking surface and an adjustable grill grate that allows you to control the distance between the meat and the flame.

You’ll also need a firebox or fire pit to create the heat source, as well as a set of tongs and a spatula to help you flip and move the meat.

So please follow the headings to make sure you’re watching the right one for your needs. By doing so, you’ll get the most out of these helpful videos. Steel and stainless grills have some differences when it comes to initial setup of the round wheel and wire installation.

Steel single and dual crank grills will have two different videos due to different set ups. While stainless single and dual crank grills will have only one video because installation is the same. There are also videos about setting up your height adjustable rotisserie and installing a log lighter if those were things you ordered.

Choose a level and stable surface for your grill area, and make sure it’s located away from any flammable materials.

Set up your firebox or fire pit in a safe location next to the grill. You can use wood or charcoal as your fuel source, depending on your preference.

Light the fire and let it burn until the coals are glowing red and covered in ash.

Once your grill is set up, cruise over to our Grills in Use page which has videos of our grills in action. Those videos showcase the many ways wood and charcoal grills can be used and will give you some great ideas for your first few barbecues.

With a little practice and some patience, you can learn how to build your stainless steel Santa Maria Style outdoor grill in no time. You’ll be creating delicious meals featuring grilled meats in no time.

On that note, we hope you enjoy your new grill! Please contact us if you need any further help with the initial set up of your grill.