Now, if you’ve gotten this far, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that this is not a cooking recipe web site. So why are we talking about tips for grilling? Well, everything you or your tenants do on your property can have an effect on it – for good, or for bad. Grilling food can be one of the most enjoyable parts of summertime, but it can also cause some serious safety hazards.
For example, it’s important to be in an open area when you’re using the grill. This is important for ventilation purposes as well as to protect your property from heat damage. Charcoal grills especially are known to give off a lot of carbon monoxide, which can be very dangerous. And any grill, placed too close to your house, can cause heat damage.
Finally, it’s important to keep a grill well-maintained. Dirty grills can cause flare-ups, and propane grills have a number of parts and pieces that can fail or get damaged. Regularly maintaining your grill is a good step toward keeping it safe.