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How To Prepare Your Beachcomber Hot Tub For Cold Weather

It is important to take care of your hot tub throughout the year as to ensure the system’s longevity. This is especially important when the season changes from the warmth of summer into the chilling cold of winter. Here are the easy steps that you must take to ensure that your hot tub is safely prepared for the winter.

If you are not going to be using your hot tub throughout the winter, there are 5 simple steps that you should take to shut down and winterize your Beachcomber hot tub:

1. Ensure all electrical components are turned off, including the breaker.
2. Drain the tub. Be sure to open all jets and control valves before doing this.
3. Turn on the blowers in order to clear the plumbing lines. Things caught in the plumbing lines can cause unwanted clogs, which can be easily avoided by completing this step.
4. Clean and dry the shell. Drying the shell is to ensure that no unwanted substances or smell begin to form inside the tub throughout the winter.
5. Put the cover on and secure it.

For those who do want to use their hot tub throughout the winter, there is a different set of rules:

1. Stock up on sanitizer for the winter. You don’t want to run out of these. Continue to replenish chemicals throughout use,
2. Keep an eye on your tub water level. If your water freezes over, damage can be done to the heater and pumps. Ensure that a temperature is maintained to avoid this freezing and consequential damage.
3. When your tub is not in use, put on the cover and secure it.

Beachcomber hot tubs can be used throughout the winter as long as they are properly cared for. These high quality and durable hot tubs can provide you with comfort and relaxation that you desire throughout any season! If you are interested in purchasing a Beachcomber hot tub, call Canadian Home Leisure at 905.430.9965 today or visit us at our location on 1515 Hopkins St in Whitby!

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Fall Comfort Foods That You Can Grill

When the cold weather starts to roll around, visions of cozy fireplaces, warm blankets, and knitted socks begin to slip into everyone’s daydreams. It is also around this time when people begin to obsess over seasonal favourites and comfort foods such as hot chocolate, pumpkin pie, and other pumpkin spiced goodies. But who said that barbeque can’t be considered comfort food? Here are our 4 favourite Fall Grilling Foods and Recipes to go with it to bring you all of the comfort you desire this fall season.

Grilled Potatoes
Potatoes are the world’s best comfort food. It can be cooked and used to make a variety of different things to satisfy every individual’s taste. You can make baked potatoes (a classic), a grilled potato salad, or grilled potato mash or whatever else your potato heart desires.

Grilled Squash
Fall is the prime season for squash. Indulge in this delicious and sweet food by grilling it on your barbeque along with other vegetables such as the aforementioned potatoes, red peppers, zucchini, and mushrooms. Once the grilling is done, mix them all up into a healthy grilled vegetable side dish!

Kebabs
Whether you’re into chicken kebabs, vegetable kebabs, lamb kebabs, or anything else, kebabs are a great and easy meal to make on the barbecue. Kebabs are also a uniquely customizable which makes it an ultimate form of comfort food. Simply gather the ingredients that you like, season to taste, and throw them on the barbecue!

Ribs
For all of the meat-lovers out there, there is no better comfort food than a huge slab of ribs! There are so many things to do to ribs to make them extra delicious, but our personal favourite way to prepare ribs can be read in this blog!

Looking for creative ways to put a twist on your favourite comfort foods? Try grilling them on a barbecue from Canadian Home Leisure! You can make delicious and satisfying meals right until the end of fall on our durable and top performance barbecues. To purchase a barbecue from top brands such as Broil King and Weber from Canadian Home Leisure, call us at 905.430.9965 or visit our showroom at 1515 Hopkins St in Whitby.

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Delicious Whiskey Grilled Baby Back Ribs Recipe

Imagine this: you on your backyard deck, sitting under the gazebo (or umbrella, whatever tickles your fancy). The sun is setting in the gorgeous, pink tinged western sky and you gaze upon it in a state of utter relaxation. Your feet are up on your stunning outdoor ottoman and there’s an ice-cold beer in your hand (or a glass of wine, perhaps a margarita, we don’t judge). Life here seems just about perfect, doesn’t it?

Well, it’s not and we’ll tell you what’s missing: a giant, heaping, steaming plate of tender and juicy baby back ribs. Thankfully, we at Canadian Home Leisure have just the recipe for you.

Literally. Here’s our favourite recipe for the best baby back ribs*:

Prep: 20 minutes

Cook: 2 hours 40 minutes

Ready In: 3 hours

 

Ingredients

2 (2 pound) slabs baby back pork ribs

Coarsely ground black pepper

1 Tablespoon ground red chili pepper

2¼ tablespoons vegetable oil

½ cup minced onion

1½ cups water

1 ½ cup tomato paste

½ cup white vinegar

½ cup brown sugar

2 ½ tablespoons honey

2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

2 teaspoons salt

¼ teaspoon coarsely ground black pepper

1¼ teaspoons liquid smoke flavoring

2 teaspoons whiskey

2 teaspoons garlic powder

¼ teaspoon paprika

 ½ teaspoon onion powder

1 tablespoon dark molasses

½ tablespoon ground red chile pepper

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 300 degree F (150 degrees C).
  2. Cut each full rack of ribs in half, so that you have 4 half racks. Sprinkle salt and pepper (more pepper than salt), and 1 tablespoon chilli pepper over meat. Wrap each half rack in aluminum foil. Bake for 2 1/2 hours.
  3. Meanwhile, heat oil in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Cook and stir the onions in oil for 5 minutes. Stir in water, tomato paste, vinegar, brown sugar, honey, and Worcestershire sauce. Season with 2 teaspoons salt, 1/4 teaspoon black pepper, liquid smoke, whiskey, garlic powder, paprika, onion powder, dark molasses, and 1/2 tablespoon ground chilli pepper. Bring mixture to a boil, then reduce heat. Simmer for 1 1/4 hours, uncovered, or until sauce thickens. Remove from heat, and set sauce aside.
  4. Preheat an outdoor grill for high heat.
  5. Remove the ribs from the oven, and let stand 10 minutes. Remove the racks from the foil, and place on the grill. Grill the ribs for 3 to 4 minutes on each side. Brush sauce on the ribs while they’re grilling, just before you serve them (adding it too early will burn it).

A new barbeque for your backyard is the best way to get the most delicious, homemade baby back ribs. Get your Weber or Broil King BBQ at Canadian Home Leisure located at 1515 Hopkins St. Whitby or give us a call at 905.430.9965.

*Recipe from allrecipes.com, by Scott David Hibbard

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Benefits of Beachcomber Hot Tub Hydrotherapy

Did you know that hot tubs are an ideal way to improve health and promote overall mental and physical wellness? It’s true! Beachcomber hot tubs can be used for hydrotherapy and act like a natural steroid for your body to sooth and relax drained or injured muscles. Hydrotherapy through Beachcomber hot tubs has also been proven to reduce stress and inflammation.

Who knew pain relief could be as easy as stepping into a hot tub?Here are some other ways that Beachcomber hot tubs can maintain and promote your healthy lifestyle.

Helps Heal Muscles
Hydrotherapy activated through warm water temperature and water motion will relax muscles and ease pain. Being in the water will also take the weight off of painful joints and heavy muscles, allowing them to loosen and de-stress.

Circulation Improvement
Warm water temperatures will raise your body temperature and allow for more blood circulation. When your body is warm, blood vessels are able to dilate which allows blood to have unrestricted flow throughout your body.

Improves Digestion
Digestion is when your body separates the good elements (nutrients) from the bad (waste) in your food. Your body will absorb the nutrients and deposit of the waste. Hydrotherapy through the jets in a Beachcomber hot tub gets your digestive system going and helps your body through this process, allowing it to adequately absorb the nutrients it needs.

Endorphin Stimulation
Massaging waters allows your body and brain to produce and release endorphins. Endorphins are the body’s natural pain relievers and will make you feel relaxed and happy.

Aids Cells In Eliminating Waste
As your circulation improves through warm water, your cells are able to eliminate waste from your body more efficiently. This is done through dilation of blood vessels and activation of sweat glands—the site of waste removal. This cleans your bodily systems.

Boosts Immune System
Hot water allows for movement of lymph, which helps boost your immune system. This healthy movement and a stronger immune system makes fighting off sickness easier for your body

Hydrotherapy can be an extremely helpful method of promoting health and wellness but always be sure to check with your doctor before using hydrotherapy for lengthy periods of time. If you are interested in our Beachcomber hot tubs, visit our location on 1515 Hopkins St, Whitby to check out our wide selection of hot tubs for hydrotherapy. Callus at 905.430.9965 for more details.

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4 Possible Dangers When Using A Hot Tub

Hot tub safety is a factor that usually gets overlooked when people purchase hot
tubs for recreational use. However, there are a few dangers that could take place
while using a hot tub. If you already own a hot tub or are looking into purchasing
one, this article will acquaint you with the possible dangers that you can prevent.

Drowning Children.
If you have children or know that children will be around while a hot tub is in use,
be sure that they are never unattended. Drowning is the leading cause of
preventable death in children. To avoid drowning, always be cautious and attentive
of children and have them supervised by an adult.

Length of Hot Tub Use.
Hot tubs are meant to induce relaxation, which can sometimes make users confused
about how long they’ve been in the hot tub/ how long they should stay in. Although
the feeling is warm and comforting, do not stay in a hot tub for extended periods of
time. Not only can this cause dizziness, light-headedness, and confusion upon exiting the hot tub but there is also a greater chance of a user falling asleep and potentially drowning if they stay in for too long.

Body Entrapment.
The function of a hot tub is for water to be drained from the bottom of the pool,
circulate through heating units, and be brought back into the hot tub. These drains
are very powerful and have caused body parts to be sucked into them, holding a
person under water. In the event of body entrapment, be sure to know where the
emergency cut-off switch is located and remove body part immediately.

Hair Entanglement.
Hair entanglement is similar to body entrapment where long hair, instead of body
parts, gets trapped in a drain or suction in the hot tub. This can cause the person to be held underwater and potentially drown. If hair gets entangled or trapped, follow the same procedure as body entrapment.

As with all activities, when it comes to enjoying a hot tub, health and safety should be everyone’s highest priority. It doesn’t take much more than common sense to ensure safety in a hot tub. Now that you know the potential dangers of hot tubs, prepare yourself and others for them and enjoy hot tubs safely and responsibly.

Canadian Home Leisure supports healthy and safe use of all hot tubs. If you are
looking for exceptional hot tubs and hot tub experts, Canadian Home Leisure is here
to help. Contact Canadian Home Leisure for great offers and solutions for all your
hot tub needs at 905.430.9965 or info@canadianhomeleisure.ca.

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How Hot Tubs Help With Work Related Stress

It has been clinically proven that stress can negatively affect mental and physical
health. Stress can be caused in all facets of life but is especially present as work
related stressed caused by tough coworkers, clients, and deadlines, overtime, under
compensation, and whatever else you might be going through at work. It is
important to relieve stress before it takes a negative toll on your overall wellness. If
you don’t, stress can manifest itself as heart conditions, high blood pressure,
digestive issues, acne, and more. Stress is pretty much unavoidable and will happen
to everyone to some degree. The only thing we can do is manage it and find ways to
relieve it. The perfect way to do this is by sitting down and relaxing in a home hot tub.

Get Away From It All
Hot tubs allow users to get away from it all. It’s a brief period of letting go of
whatever is stressing you and instead focus on the hyper-comfortable sensation of
being in warm, bubbling water. It is a beautiful escape from your other life of stress
where you can slow down and unwind. When you get home after a long, hard day,
hop into your soothing hot tub for a warm and peaceful soak.

Warmth Improves Well-being
Physical warmth promotes internal health as well as emotional well-being. What
better way is there to warm your body than to sit in a hot tub? Stress can drain you
of your physical warmth so if you’re feeling drained, jump into your hot tub and feel
almost immediately revitalized.

The Many Benefits of Hydromassage and Hydrotherapy
Hydromassage and hydrotherapy provided by a hot tub can soothe anxiety,
depression, and physical pain. These processes release endorphins that act as a
natural painkiller in order to make you feel better. The super relaxing hot tub
experience also boosts serotonin and dopamine levels, which contributes to
happiness and well-being.

Hot tubs can be extremely beneficial to those with high work-related stress. Give
yourself a boost of happiness by taking a mini vacation everyday in a relaxing hot
tub. If you are interested in our Beachcomber hot tubs, visit our location on 1515
Hopkins St, Whitby to check out our wide selection of hot tubs for hydrotherapy. If
you make a purchase between now and the end of the month, you can save 50% off
4 hot tub add-ons in our Summer Bliss Bundle—valued at $1,456. Plus, Don’t pay
until 2020! Call us at 905.430.9965 for more details.

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How To Choose The Perfect Hot Tub

Purchasing a hot tub can be both an exciting and a confusing endeavour. Though the
prospect of having your own personal relaxation getaway is something to look
forward to, making decisions about models, features, and reputable companies can
crate some buyer’s hesitation. Thankfully, we at Canadian Home Leisure are hot tub
and leisure product experts. Here is the complete guide to purchasing the best hot
tub for you.

Size
Hot tubs come in a wide variety of sizes from tiny two seaters to pool sized eight
seaters. Take into consideration the space limitations of your backyard and your
social activity/ hosting habits. If you plan on entertaining frequently, the largest size
for your space limitations may be the best option for you. On the other hand, if you
like to lay low, a comfortable 2 seater might suit your needs best.

Features
Hot tub technology is always making advances. You can purchase amazing add on
features such as mood lights, waterfalls, music systems, a dozen different kinds of
jets and more for your hot tub. Choose features that you find necessary and/ or
exciting that will make you enjoy your hot tub all the more.

Power and Efficiency
One of the most important elements of a hot tub is figuring out how powerful and
efficient it is at relaxing your body. As this is the hot tub’s core purpose, you’ll want
to choose one that will get the job done exactly right for your taste and body.

Warranty
Unfortunately, with any purchase, there’s always a risk for something to go wrong
or break. If this happens, you’ll need immediate maintenance for your hot tub so
getting a good warranty is absolutely essential. Reputable manufacturers will carry
lifetime warranties for the hot tub shell and many years of coverage for the
electrical and mechanical components. Be sure that you get sufficient coverage for
your hot tub choice.

Cost
When it comes to cost, you get what you pay for. Make sure that you get the best
model for you at a cost that is within your budget.

If you’re thinking about getting a hot tub, check out our selection at Canadian Home
Leisure. Our line of luxury Beachcomber hot tubs is sure to impress. If you make a
purchase between now and the end of the month, you can save 50% off 4 hot tub
add-ons in our Summer Bliss Bundle—valued at $1,456. Plus, don’t pay until 2020!
Call us at 905.430.9965 for more details.

EASY SMOKER PORK SHOULDER RECIPE

Easy Smoker Pork Shoulder Recipe

Everyone loves a good roast and if you’ve got a backyard smoker and a slab of pork shoulder lying around, you can make one yourself. Here’s a recipe you can use to cook up a juicy pork shoulder in one of Canadian Home Leisure’s smokers.

This recipe is a simple smoked pork recipe that only involves the meat, some spices, and the pork itself. No fumbling around with injections, tools, or wrapping to have it come out perfectly tender during a fun backyard barbeque.

Here’s what you’ll need:

1 8-10 pound bone-in pork shoulder roast AKA Boston butt

2-3 tablespoons yellow mustard

¼ cup sweet BBQ rub

1 tablespoon of sweet BBQ rub (for later use)

Here’s what you do:

  1. Preheat your smoker to 225 degrees F (107 degrees C) for indirect smoking.
  2. Remove your roast from packaging and wipe it down on all sides with paper towels. Clean off all small bone fragments and extra liquid on the exterior.
  3. Slather entire exterior of the pork shoulder with yellow mustard.
  4. Season your pork roast on all sides, top and bottom, with the BBQ rub. Do not worry about rubbing seasoning in; just ensure that pork is liberally coated.
  5. Place seasoned roast on smoker fat side up. Place it in the middle of the grate to avoid direct hotspots.
  6. Close the lid and smoke pork until it reaches an internal temperature of at least 195 degrees F (90 degrees C). If you like softer pork, you can cook it up to 210 degrees F (98 degrees C). This process can take anywhere between 15-20 hours depending on the consistency of heat in your smoker and the size of your pork shoulder.
  7. Remove pork shoulder from smoker and wrap tightly in foil. Allow roast to rest for at least an hour before shredding.
  8. Pull apart the shoulder and discard any chunks of fat or gristle. Sprinkle the roast with an additional tablespoon of BBQ rub.
  9. Serve and enjoy.

A backyard smoker can make some of the most delicious meals and BBQ for you, your family, and guests. Canadian Home Leisure is your best source for name brand indoor and outdoor furniture and amenities. Impress your neighbors with culinary delights and delicacies with your new smoker from Canadian Home Leisure.

If you want your own smoker contact Canadian Home Leisure at 905.430.9965 or email us at info@canadianhomeleisure.ca.

 

Pros and Cons of Retractable Awnings vs. Umbrellas

Pros and Cons of Retractable Awnings vs. Umbrellas

Looking for shade solutions for your home can be a difficult task. The choice usually comes down to either a retractable awning or an umbrella, both of which have advantages and disadvantages. If you’re looking for home shade solutions for the upcoming summer, then you’ve come to the right place. Here are the pros and cons of retractable awnings and umbrellas to help you make the best decision for your home.

Retractable Awnings:

Retractable awnings are becoming more and more popular in residential areas. This is because they offer great shelter, space, and shade. Retractable awnings tend to be quite larger and cover more space than umbrellas do which makes for more shade. Because of their larger span and coverage, they are also able to offer sufficient protection for anything beneath it whether its people, pets, or furniture. In addition to this, retractable awnings tend to have longer lives than umbrellas, add value to the property, and offer more ground space as they do not require vertical poles. They are also safe for children, and are extremely easy to use.

One criticism that awnings usually receive is that they are very expensive. This is true—a retractable awning will cost more than an umbrella—however, it is important to realize that a household can save more money in the long term in exchange for dealing with a more costly investment upfront. Awnings block the sun’s heat before they enter your home, allowing the AC to cool your home more efficiently .

Many people do not choose retractable awnings for their homes because it is sometimes very difficult to find an appropriate space for them. Awnings need to be placed in spaces that support the awning’s entire length and in spaces that actually need shade cover (such as the front or back yard). Sometimes this is impossible due to  the placement of windows. If not placed in appropriate areas, awnings can either look strange or be useless to a household. If the home is a rental property, you might not even be allowed to install a retractable awning and the investment itself would be wasted if you were to move. In addition to this, retractable awnings are unable to be relocated once they are installed, they can only be removed entirely, and are inconvenient to clean and maintain.

Umbrellas

Using a simple umbrella in your space can have many more immediate advantages than a retractable awning. Umbrellas provide excellent UV protection from the sun and other elements, cost less, are movable and customizable, and tend to last a decent amount of time. Umbrellas also usually come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colours to suit your needs and aesthetic choices. If you purchase a high quality umbrella, they are easy to operate, are made from durable materials, and are easy to clean.

Although this may sound like the easy option, one must also consider the disadvantages and weigh them against the retractable awning option. It may be true that umbrellas come in beautiful shapes, colours, and designs; however, they still might be an eyesore and an unwanted element in an otherwise tranquil area. They also take up much more ground space because they require vertical poles, get in the way of free motion, and can be difficult at times to set up—especially if you are setting it up alone.

In the end, there are pros and cons to both retractable awnings and umbrellas. Consider the facts above and weigh your options in a way that is appropriate for your lifestyle and necessities. If you are looking for a new patio umbrella or awning, drop by Canadian Home Leisure and check out our wide selection. Take advantage of our No Sales Tax offer going on right now! Call us at 905.430.9965 or 855.430.965, or email to info@canadianhomeleisure.ca for more information.

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How to Enjoy Your Hot Tub Safely

Hot tub safety is a factor that usually gets overlooked when people purchase hot tubs for recreational use. However, there are a few dangers that could take place while using a hot tub. If you already own a hot tub or are looking into purchasing one, this article will acquaint you with the possible dangers that you can prevent.

Drowning Children.

If you have children or know that children will be around while a hot tub is in use, be sure that they are never unattended. Drowning is the leading cause of preventable death in children. To avoid drowning, always be cautious and attentive of children and have them supervised by an adult.

Length of Hot Tub Use.

Hot tubs are meant to induce relaxation, which can sometimes make users confused about how long they’ve been in the hot tub/ how long they should stay in. Although the feeling is warm and comforting, do not stay in a hot tub for extended periods of time. Not only can this cause dizziness, light-headedness, and confusion upon exiting the hot tub but there is also a greater chance of a user falling asleep and potentially drowning if they stay in for too long.

Body Entrapment.

The function of a hot tub is for water to be drained from the bottom of the pool, circulate through heating units, and be brought back into the hot tub. These drains are very powerful and have caused body parts to be sucked into them, holding a person under water. In the event of body entrapment, be sure to know where the emergency cut-off switch is located and remove body part immediately.

Hair Entanglement.

Hair entanglement is similar to body entrapment where long hair, instead of body parts, gets trapped in a drain or suction in the hot tub. This can cause the person to be held underwater and potentially drown. If hair gets entangled or trapped, follow the same procedure as body entrapment.

As with all activities, when it comes to enjoying a hot tub, health and safety should be everyone’s highest priority. It doesn’t take much more than common sense to ensure safety in a hot tub. Now that you know the potential dangers of hot tubs, prepare yourself and others for them and enjoy hot tubs safely and responsibly.

Canadian Home Leisure supports healthy and safe use of all hot tubs. If you are looking for exceptional hot tubs and hot tub experts, Canadian Home Leisure is here to help. Contact Canadian Home Leisure for great offers and solutions for all your hot tub needs at 905.430.9965 or info@canadianhomeleisure.ca.

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How To Maintain Your Hot Tub

If you own a hot tub, you already know of its many benefits. All that’s left to learn is how to maintain your hot tub so it can continue to benefit you. Although hot tub maintenance may not be the easiest endeavor, it will ensure that your hot tub remains in good condition for a longer period of time. By following these few steps, you can ensure your hot tub longevity and a great experience with your hot tub.

Refinish Wood Surfaces

If you have an older hot tub or a new one with wood finishing, the most important thing to do to stretch your hot tub’s life is to refinish the wood surfaces once a year. Especially in places with varying temperatures and weather patterns, refinishing the wood is essential for protecting it from water damage. Make a quick trip to your home improvement store and get supplies to refinish all wood surfaces so that you have a protected and beautiful hot tub.

Clean The Filter

Every hot tub’s filter should be cleaned every three to four months. If buildup is not removed from the filter, your hot tub’s water will be unfiltered and dirty. It can also cause problems with the actual overall hot tub system. You can clean your filter by using a standard hose to spray it down. If this does not work however, you can purchase filter cleaning solutions.

Inspect Your Safety Cover

Your safety cover is an important element in maintaining your hot tub. Be sure that you inspect if monthly checking for wear and tear that may need to be addressed. Also be sure to wash it down once a month to maintain cleanliness in your hot tub.

Drain and Refill Appropriately

When to comes to draining and refilling, every hot tub is different. Be sure to read any directions that come with the unit and talk to your dealer to get the best information for your hot tub’s needs. While doing this, also be sure to balance out the chemicals properly for safe use.
Be sure you are using your hot tub safely. Don’t allow what may seem like minor slip ups in maintaining your hot tub turn into major damages in the future. Preserve your hot tub’s life by following the above tips and you’ll be enjoying your unit for years and years to come.

If you are interested in purchasing a hot tub, contact Canadian Home Leisure at 905.430.9965 or email us at info@canadianhomeleisure.ca. We can help you find the best unit for you and your home.

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Tips to Clean Barbecue Grill: How to Get Ready For The Season

Spring is here and it’s almost time to enjoy fun and lazy weekends with family and friends in your backyard, barbecuing for your loved ones. But are you ready with all your barbecue equipment and grill? If not, it’s time to get them out this weekend and clean them up before you invite friends over.

Here are few steps to help you get your barbecue grill ready for the season:

Clean the burner and tubes.
Make sure the propane tank is turned off. Remove the briquettes and cooking grates, and carefully detach the gas tubes and burner. Clean the tubes with warm, soapy water and towel dry. Wipe the burner clean with a damp cloth. Towel dry the gas ports on the burner.

Wash the grill.
First, cover the gas valves with aluminum foil to protect the connections from corrosion. Wash the grill’s interior and exterior surfaces with a long-handled stiff-wire grill brush and warm, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and towel dry, then reattach the gas tubes and burners.

Clean the cooking grates.
Cool the grill after burning off the grease. Remove the briquettes and cooking grates and scrub the grates with a long-handled stiff-wire grill brush and warm, soapy water. Towel dry, then replace, along with the briquettes.

Stock fuel levels.
Check and replenish your propane or natural gas supply as necessary. Corroding and rusted tanks should be recycled.
And with these easy steps, you are ready for this season’s fun barbecue outings with family and friends.

If your barbecue has gone old and rusty, contact Canadian Home Leisure for great offers & solutions to meet your barbecue needs. Call us at (855) 430-9965, (905) 430-9965 or write to info@canadianhomeleisure.ca.