To keep your gas grill in the best shape possible, you should be taking some steps on a regular basis to keep it operating safely and reliably.
Check for Leaks
It’s possible to develop a leak in the gas lines, so we recommend homeowners get in the habit of checking for punctures about once a month. It’s very easy and only requires a little soapy water. Before using the grill, run soapy water along the gas line and connections. Turn on the grill and look for any bubbles, which would indicate a leak. If there are no bubbles, you’re good to grill!
Keep Grill Covered
When not in use, keep your grill covered. This can help prevent wind, water, dust and other elements from entering the grill and causing rust or premature wear on components. If you invest in a good cover, you’ll be able to keep your grill in top grilling shape, season after season.
Don’t Leave the Grill Dirty
After grilling, take the time to properly clean it. Scrape off any leftover food and wipe down the surfaces. Cleaning after every use will help prevent buildup and can also make your next meal taste better.
Take care of your gas grill and you’ll be able to enjoy backyard barbeques for years!
If you have any questions on how to maintain or clean your grill,
don’t hesitate to contact a friendly sales representative.