Topic Title: grill cover
Created on March 19, 2010 at 08:49 PM


bought a heritage plus grill 2 weeks a go bought a deluxe grill cover we live in southeast mo. hope the grills better than the cover its go whole already in it love the grill a+ cover is a f-

@ Larry

Call Holland. If your cover is that new, they may replace it. My deluxe cover is 9 years old & its fine. I do use the velcro tabs to button it down so it doesn't flap around in the wind.


thanks holland


I've had a Holland grill and cover for about a year and a half, and I just noticed that the top of the cover is ripped. Needless to say, I was disappointed. I purposely didn't buy a generic cover at Walmart, thinking that the quality of the Holland cover would be better. I was wrong. When the rip gets too bad to use the cover, which will be soon, I'll head to Walmart and buy one that costs half of what the Holland cover cost.


wow had my Holland cover since 1993 the only thing I had to do is replace the velco tabs.... cover still loks great! sit out side on deck all year up hear in Wisconsin


Bought a Holland cover and it ripped on a seam. Called Holland and they said they would not replace it. Very bad customer service.


Bought a Holland cover that had a manufacturing defect. I called them within 1 week of purchase & they replaced it at N/C. Great customer service.


I went through 3 deluxe covers in a year and a half. They do not cut it in the cold. Finally Holland came out with the marine grade cover. Bought it around Christmas time and have no problems with it. Good thing it is so heavy though as the Velcro fasteners on it are not sufficient enough to keep it together if you have a sear-mate and side burner. They just pull right apart so I don't even bother. Good material, poor design. Worth it though as it does not blow off.