Have you used your grill yet? There are few things that appeal more to people in the summer than a good BBQ in the backyard. Some are purists and only use charcoal, while others prefer the convenience of a gas grill, but everyone comes running when they smell that freshly grilled food.
Since there are accidents with grills, it is good to remember a few safety precautions. One major issue with grilling outside is if you do it too close to your home. A grill can give off a lot of heat, and it could melt vinyl siding or even start a fire. You should also make sure that you have good ventilation where you are grilling since excessive smoke inhalation could cause illness or even death.
Care also needs to be exercised when dealing with dangerous, flammable materials, such as propane gas and lighter fluid. When not in use, they should be kept in a safe place.