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One of the greatest staples of summertime in Texas is grilling up burgers and hot dogs in the backyard on a nice, warm day.  Take a look at these tips on backyard grilling to make sure the only thing on fire is your grill.

  • Make sure your grill is on a level surface and far from anything that is easily flammable such as plants, bushes, fences, your house, etc.
  • Make sure you only use your grill outside.  Do not use it inside!
  • Clean your grill before and after each use and check the parts regularly in case you need to replace something.
  • Do not leave your grill unattended or let children play near it when the grill is hot.
  • For gas grills...
    • Check the grill's hoses for leaks before each use.  If you have a leak, you should call a professional right away and get your grill serviced.
    • If you smell gas while you are using your grill, immediately get away from the grill and notify the local fire department.
  • For charcoal grills...
    • Do not add lighter fluid directly to hot coals.
    • Do not use gasoline or kerosene to light a charcoal fire.
    • Before you dispose of burnt coals, let the ashes cool before putting them in a noncombustible container or in a can of sand or bucket of water.

To obtain free insurance quotes or better insurance coverage please contact an independent insurance agency like us who can offer multiple carriers.

Suzanne Brown Insurance Agency

A Texas Independent Insurance Agency with over 40 insurance carriers


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