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Barbecue season is coming and along with it the increase of fire.

4/14/2022 (Permalink)

Grill-on-fire A gas grill that's on fire

With spring here and summer coming the sun is out and people are ready to start grilling season. That means that the risk for fire increases once more.

According to the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) May is at 13% for grill fires and that include both structural, outdoor or unclassified fires. June has a 15%, July at the top with 18%, and last is August with 12%. Gas grills involve in an average 8,900 home fires per year. An average of 22% of those fires were due to leaks or breaks in gas grills.

In 2014-2018 an average of 19,700 patients went to emergency rooms due to injuries involving grill.

So, before you start grilling, inspect your grills. Make sure that there are no gas leaks.

Clean your grill as well as often as possible. When you grill is not clean it adds more potential to start a fire. Keeping a clean grill means a safer environment.

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