Time for 2017 Resolutions!


The holidays are just winding down now…..Hope yours were great!  

So did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Sure….we all resolved to lose weight, eat healthy and promise to exercise more……blah, blah, blah. Let me know how that is going a month from now.  

But how about a resolution that is easy to keep and will keep your grill in great running order…PLUS keep you and your family safe? Resolve to check and maintain your Weber all year long for 2017!!

Whether you prefer cooking on a gas grill, charcoal grill or a smoker, follow these simple steps below.  Not only will you love the food you cook, but your grill will give you the best performance every time!

For Gas Models:

Check for leaks!
Whenever changing or disconnecting an LP tank, perform a leak check when the tank is reconnected. A simple soapy water solution applied to the connection is all you need.  With the control knobs off, turn on the tank. If bubbles form, DO NOT USE THE GRILL!  There is a gas leak. Try a different tank!

Brush the burner tubes!
Using a clean Weber stainless steel brush, brush across the portholes to clear all oxidation and debris from the ports. Do not brush lengthwise, as that may push more into the holes.  Blocked portholes can cause a back flash fire.

Check the cookbox!
Excess grease can collect on the sides of the cookbox over time. Grease is flammable! Use a plastic scraper to push all grease into the bottom tray (grease tray).

Clean out the bottom tray (grease tray)!
Use a plastic scraper to push all of the excess grease into the catch pan. Again, grease is flammable!

Empty the catch pan and toss the aluminum catch pan liner!
Replace the catch pan liner. Remember, grease is flammable!

For Charcoal Models:

Clean out all ashes!
Empty all ashes and unburnt charcoal from the bowl and ash catcher before you grill. Your charcoal will burn easier, and no burning ash will end up outside the grill.           

Visit these links on weber.com to see how quick and easy this is.

Gas Models

Q Gas and Electric Models

Charcoal Models