Ready for some cold weather grilling? Just because the temperature is dropping is no reason why you should drop your love for a fresh grill steak or piece of BBQ chicken. If you’re new to cold weather grilling there are some tips you should keep in mind before firing up the old BBQ. First of all, you definitely want to dress for the weather. Just because you’ll be standing by a warm grill doesn’t mean you need to rough it. This is especially true if you’ll be flipping burgers in the snow.
It’s also important to keep your propane tanks full. Propane gas doesn’t work the way natural gas does in the cold so you might be using more of the stuff. You want to make sure you give your grill a little extra time to heat up. Remember you’re going from cold to hot and it’s going to take a while to get there. Grilling in cold weather is best for simple recipes. You want the kind of food you can flip and forget. Something that needs constant attention and basting might be better off cooked indoors. Above all else, have fun. Nothing beats grilled food in the cold of winter.
Hopefully, you’ve gotten a lot of good meals out of your current BBQ grill. If it is time to replace that grill you’ll want to find a way to make room for the new model. Junk King Atlanta is the way to go for this task. One call to these professional junk haulers and you’ll have that old grill loaded up on a truck to be whisked away. You don’t have to worry about taking it apart. The Junk King crew will either break it down or load it up as is. You also don’t have to deal with dragging that piece out to the curb where it could potentially sit around as a neighborly eyesore. Wherever your junk is residing is where the JK Atlanta crew will go. That holds true for your backyard, your basement and your attic. Even if it takes a dozen trips up and down steps to get at everything the Junk King crew will be happy to oblige.
After your stuff is loaded up, the Junk King crew will have two possible final resting places. Your stuff will either be dropped off at a recycling center or at a certified landfill. For the majority of all the stuff they collect, it will end up being recycled. That’s good news for a green Atlanta!
When you’re ready to toss out your old grill and anything else you want to get rid of Junk King Atlanta will be standing by.