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BBQ Safely This Summer

Natural gas grills are a popular choice for homeowners. They’re safe, convenient, and cost less to operate than a charcoal grill. With natural gas, there is also no cumbersome tank to refill like with propane grills, and you avoid the messy cleanup after using charcoal.

As with any appliance, however, proper maintenance and safe operating practices are critical. Here are a few tips:

  • Don’t wear loose clothing when operating your gas grill
  • Shut off the gas supply or disconnect it before you clean or perform maintenance on your grill
  • Always keep the lid open when lighting the grill to prevent gas from causing a sudden flare-up
  • Clean your grill after each use to remove grease that can start a fire