Since the heat from your grill has the power to ignite nearby structures, Madison Fire & Rescue advises that you place it in an open area that is at least 10 feet clear on all sides. It should also not be near wood, dried leaves or any combustible item. You should not put a barbeque against a wall or on a wooden deck.
How far away from house should grill be placed?
Not Giving the Grill Enough Space – Your grill—whether it’s charcoal or gas—should be at least 10 feet away from deck railings and any structures, like your home, garage or sheds.
Is it safe to have a propane grill on a deck?
Grills cannot be used on a porch, balcony or deck with a roof, overhang or wall (other than the exterior of the building). Grills can only be used on open first floor porches, decks or patios if there is an outdoor stairway to the ground, or the porch is at ground level.
Can I put grill on Trex deck?
It is not recommended or safe to use a wood or charcoal grill on composite decking. Sparks and embers landing on the deck from the grill will damage or worst burn your deck. Gas grills are the safest to use, especially on a deck.
Can I use a gas grill on a covered porch?
Grill-maker Weber offers similar advice: “Always keep your grill at least 5 feet from any combustible materials, including your house, garage, deck rails and car. Never use a grill indoors or under a covered patio.”
How close can a gas grill be to vinyl siding?
Vinyl or wood siding and grills do NOT mix. – Fired-up grills must be placed at least 10 feet away from the house, or vinyl siding will melt (which also releases toxic gases). A close proximity to wood siding could easily lead to the wood catching on fire and burning (since that’s what wood does).
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