Preparing a barbecue for the spring is important. There is a good chance that recent good weather has had you already draining out the last bit of gas from last season and firing up the grill already. If you need Viking or Lynx grill repair, call our experts. We can help get your barbecue running smoothly deep into the fall. That said we wanted to look at some things you can do before the season really gets underway to ensure a smooth run with limited Viking grill repair or Lynx grill maintenance.
- Clean Your Grill: You should scrub the interior of your grill with a dry brush or sponge. As far as the outside some hot water and deep cleaners can take a lot of grease off the surface. Do not simply “burn off” grime.
- Check the Gas: Check every area that gas is distributed from and to for leaks. You can do this by covering the tank, valves, and hoses with soap water and looking for bubbles. Check the gas levels in a tank by checking it with a gauge or comparing its weight using a simple bathroom scale.
- Find Your Grill’s Hot Spots: Cover a grill with slices of white bread and run it. By inspecting these slices of bread you will find the areas that are cooking unevenly and those that are running hottest.