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“As grilling season approaches, it is important to review basic safety tips,” said Lorraine Carli, vice president of Outreach and Advocacy at the National Fire protection Association (NFPA). “Establishing a firesafe location for using your grill is also crucial, to make sure it is a safe distance from your home and other items that can burn.”
Every year, grilling fires cause injuries and property damage, according to Mass.gov. July is the peak month for grill fires, according to the latest 2014-2018 report from The National Fire Protection Organization. Some highlights from that report state:
The NFPA offers the following tips for a fire-safe grill at your home:
Many people enjoy barbecuing in the summer months. For safe grilling, follow these tips and always follow the owner's manual.