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Grilling Safety: Protect Your Home With These Barbecue Safety Tips

May 05, 2016

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Grilling Safety: Protect Your Home With These Barbecue Safety Tips

Review these barbecue safety tips to prevent any accidents.

Backyard get-togethers aren’t complete without great barbecue food. From burgers to hot dogs to vegetables, you use the grill all summer long. However, barbecues can be dangerous. Prevent any mishaps or house fires and brush up on your safety tips. Check out these barbecue safety tips to ensure everyone stays safe. Never Barbecue Inside. Keep your grill outdoors where the area is well ventilated. Barbecues can release toxic chemicals like carbon monoxide gas. While it may not seem like a big deal, it can be deadly. Stick to using your barbecue outside. Be Wary of Kids & Pets. Not only is barbecued food delicious, but it also smells delightful and can attract curious pets or children. Ensure that their fingers (or paws) stay off on the grill and be vigilant when it comes to grilling. Stay Away from Flammable Items. When it comes to your barbecue, make sure you keep it far away from your house. Establish at least a ten-foot perimeter around the grill to reduce your risk of house fires. Also, be sure to keep the flames away from outdoor furniture and shrubberies. Keep a Fire Extinguisher on Hand. When it comes to barbecuing, you’re playing with fire. As an added precaution, be sure to keep a fire extinguisher nearby and know how to use it. If the flames get a little out of hand, use the fire extinguisher to quickly put it out. In the event of any fire, however, be sure to get to safety and call the fire department to secure the area. Ensure you adhere to these barbecue safety tips to keep you and your family safe. Boost your security and purchase homeowners insurance. Contact the professionals at Fuller Insurance Agency, located in Southern California, for assistance finding the right policies for your lifestyle in the Chino Hills, Los Angeles, Long Beach and surrounding communities.
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