Just think, one minute you are cooking food on your grill enjoying a beautiful fall day with your family, and the next moment you are trying to put out a fire in your home!
When a fire starts near or around a home it will instantly start to warp parts of the structure in which it is close to. Siding and lighting among others things will start to get hot and change its structure as the fire begins to heat them up. Fire also can cause sever soot damage which can result in the loss of many of your items.
So what can you do to avoid a grill fire this fall? According to www.charbroil.com you can follow these simply tips and tricks to help avoid any kind of fire disaster.
- Trim the fat. Flare-ups usually happen because of excess fat, sauces or oily marinades.
- Keep the lid open. When searing fatty foods, leave the grill lid opened.
- Avoid wind. Try to keep your grill away from windy areas.
- Move your food.
- Burn the grease away.
- Clean your grill
If you have a fire, give SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland a call today at (662)846-1700.