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813-968-8472
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Maintaining Your Wolf Barbecue Grill

Maintaining Your Wolf Barbecue Grill
Florida residents don't have to wait until the summer to have a barbecue. Our year-round warm weather makes any day the perfect day to host a barbecue. Ensuring that your Wolf barbecue grill is working properly is an essential part of maintaining your appliance. With some regular maintenance, you can keep your Wolf grill in optimal condition for years to come. Below are a few tips on maintaining your grill...

admin | June 25, 2015

Florida residents don’t have to wait until the summer to have a barbecue. Our year-round warm weather makes any day the perfect day to host a barbecue. Ensuring that your Wolf barbecue grill is working properly is an essential part of maintaining your appliance. With some regular maintenance, you can keep your Wolf grill in optimal condition for years to come. Below are a few tips on maintaining your grill:

  1. Replace lights – A Wolf barbecue grill uses halogen lights inside the grill, and they may need to be replaced from time to time. Unplug the grill, and use a screw driver to press in the retaining bracket to pull out the old bulbs. Use a paper towel to hold the new bulbs and insert them into the socket, then replace the cover lens.
  2. Cleaning the grill – Close the grill lid and turn the burners on HI for about 10 minutes. Turn the grill off completely and let it cool for a moment. You may remove the grates and briquette trays from the grill now. Cover the infrared sear and other burners with plastic wrap to guard against the cleaning solution. Spray the interior with an oven-cleaning solution. When you’re finished, remove the plastic wrap and your grill should look great!
  3. Check for bugs – Insects and bugs may nest inside the grill burners from time to time. You should check for any insects on a regular basis, or about once a month. Remove and clean any grill burners that have insect nests on them. If your grill does not reach the proper temperature, the flames look yellowish or you small gas, you may find insects in your grill.
  4. Clear the sear burner screen – The sear burner screen should be cleared of all food residue. The heat from the grill should burn off most foods, but be sure to check the infrared sear burner as part of your maintenance.
  5. Avoid grease fires – Cleaning the grill drip tray will help you to avoid any potential grease fires. When the grill is off and cool, slide the tray out and wipe it clean using a conventional grill-cleaning spray.

If you notice any damage to your grill while performing maintenance, don’t worry. High-End Service’s technicians are factory-certified in both Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. Give us a call at one of our offices below, and let our technicians get your appliances back in optimal condition.

Pinellas/Pasco: (727) 524-2210

Hillsborough: (813) 968-8472

Orlando: (407) 982-7298

Bradenton/Sarasota: (941) 702-4410

Miami: (305) 558-9220

Jacksonville: (904) 660-0800

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