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Ready. Set. Grill. Safely

 

Last updated 7/25/2019 at 11:42pm

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With the summer season in full swing, SERVPRO fire and water damage cleanup specialists urges homeowners to check the readiness of their outdoor cooking equipment – like grills and propane tanks – to help ensure summer cooking fires don't become house fires. 

TEMECULA – According to the National Fire Protection Association, July is the peak month for grilling fires, followed by June, May and August. Annually, U.S. fire departments respond to an average of 10,200 home fires each year involving grills, hibachis or barbecues. With the summer season in full swing, SERVPRO fire and water damage cleanup specialists urged homeowners to check the readiness of their outdoor cooking equipment – like grills and propane tanks – to help ensure summer cooking fires don't become house fires. 

"The NFPA reports that seven out of every 10 adults in the U...



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