As winter becomes a distant memory, and summertime is knocking at our door, it’s now time for one of the best seasons of the year – grilling season! Whether you’re an award-winning grillmaster, or you just recently invested in your very first grill – we’ve got two tips that will not only improve your overall grilling experience but will also keep you and your home safe and sound.
- Location is important! To avoid damage from radiant heat and smoke, and to make sure carbon monoxide is dealt with safely, keep your grill in an open and well-ventilated area while you’re using it. If you store it in an enclosed area, wait until it’s fully cooled before putting it away.
- Keep it in good condition! For charcoal grills, this primarily means regular cleaning, but if you have a propane grill, you should also make sure all connections are tight, and hoses do not have leaks or cracks.