Due to the fact that they’re used so much, it’s very easy for someone to get comfortable when they are using their barbecue grill and therefore stop taking precautions when it comes to safety. Fires can be caused by grills, as can serious injuries if the grill is used improperly. The following safety precautions should be followed constantly when you use a grill.
The Great Outdoors
These grills are made to be used outdoors only. They are not designed to be used in tents, garages, or other spaces that are enclosed, even if the space is ventilated well.
The hoses of the grill should always be checked for holes, leaks, and cracks before you start to barbecue. This is something that is really important when you are using it for the first time after the winter.
It’s a good idea to store your spare tanks of gas outside, but don’t store them near your grill. They are meant to be stored in an upright position and never lay it on their back.
A recommendation from fire departments is to use a barbecue grill a minimum of ten feet from trees and buildings. You don't want the heat to damage your building or even possibly ignite something you don't want ignited. The best way to avoid these disasters is to keep a safe distance.
To avoid the risk of serious burns, grills should not be moved while it’s still hot. You should also use utensils that have the extra long handles to avoid being burnt.
We are always trying to provide our customers with information about safely using outdoor grills. We have many products to use outside, not just grills. Please contact us if you want to know more or if you have any questions for us.