The Do’s and Don’ts of Outdoor Grilling

Fire Restoration

According to the National Fire Protection Association, an estimated 8,800 home fires are started by grilling each year. Moreover, almost half of all injuries involving grills are caused by thermal burns.

To prevent accidents when grilling, you should place the grill 10 feet away from structures and keep the grill grease free. Additionally, check for gas leaks regularly and always keep water or a fire extinguisher nearby. You should never turn on the gas with the lid closed, leave the grill unattended or cook too much food at once.

General safety guidelines for grilling outdoors:

As fire restoration experts, we advise you to always be vigilant when grilling. For more fire safety tips, follow PuroClean on Facebook, Twitter and Google+

Last edited on 2nd of July 2018