If you’re in the situation where you can’t move into your new home right away, the Hilton Head movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage have the best solution for you. We offer storage for all of your belongings and are here to tell you how to specifically store your grill when moving.
Before you can even store your grill, you must prepare it for storage. To start, you must remove the fuel from your grill. It doesn’t matter if your grill is a gas or charcoal grill, you have to remove any type of fuel that could potentially pose a threat to your storage unit. Most moving and storage companies make it a requirement to remove the fuel source from grills to eliminate the chance of a fire. If you have a propane tank all you must do is disconnect the fuel from the grill. If you have a charcoal grill, allow the charcoal to cool for at least 24 hours before removing them.
To keep your grill in the best condition while in storage, you should thoroughly clean it before you put it into storage because grease and food debris can break down the internal components of your grill. You should also make sure your grill is completely dry to prevent it from rusting while in storage.
When your grill is in storage, don’t forget to cover it. A good grill cover is waterproof and helps prevent from rust and corrosion. While in storage, the grill cover will prevent dust from getting on the grill. The grill cover will also protect your grill from any damage in the storage unit in case anything shifts or falls over.
Call your Hilton Head movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage for expert assistance with your move!