BBQ & Fire Pit Safety Guidelines
Rees Metal Designs BBQ & Fire Pit Safety Guidelines
Please follow the below BBQ & fire pit safety guidance to ensure that your BBQ & fire pit evenings are as enjoyable and as safe as they possibly can be.
All of our BBQ / fire pits are designed for outdoor use only
Always place your BBQ / firepit on a flat, stable and non-flammable surface, preferably on concrete, dirt, sand, gravel, brick or stone ground
Avoid placing the BBQ / fire pit on or around grass or leaves. The BBQ will scorch grass
Always Keep flammable material away from the surrounding area of the BBQ / fire pit
Keep children and animals away from the fire
Do not stand too close to a lit BBQ / fire pit and do not attempt to remove the grill when in use
Only move or disassemble the BBQ / fire pit when cold
Please note that the rust finish which will develop over time may cause staining to surfaces only if left in the same spot for a period of time, however, we cannot be held liable for any damage caused to patios, decking or other surfaces
Put the fire out completely if possible by dousing it with water before leaving the BBQ / fire pit unattended
Do not light a fire in windy conditions as sparks can cause uncontrolled fires to start
Do not light your BBQ / fire pit next to a building, fence or boundary wall
Your BBQ / fire pit can be fuelled with either a little driftwood, timber or charcoal, so spark up, sit down, share stories, laugh out loud, relax and unwind for a memorable and fun experience.
Clean the steel after use and coat it with a thin layer of oil to prevent rusting. It is normal for the fire pit to become discoloured with use, this will not affect the performance.