With Memorial Day approaching, this means nicer weather, BBQs, pool parties and beach time is right around the corner. Duct Dudes looks out for their customers and wants you to have a safe holiday weekend. Here are some tips on how to do so.
Duct Dudes Guide to a Fun, Safe Memorial Day Weekend
1.Grilling Like a Pro
BBQs are very popular Memorial Day weekend. We want to remind you how important it is to be sure all meat you are grilling is cooked thoroughly especially chicken and beef. It is also important that you wash your hands before and after dealing with any raw meat. Duct Dudes wants you, your family and friends to enjoy the weekend and not spend it sick inside or worse a trip to the hospital.
2. Suns Out Guns Out
As summer approaches everyone wants to have that golden skin look. However, it is imperative you wear sunscreen when being in the sun for long periods of time. Some have more sensitive skin than others and will require a higher SPF lotion. Wearing a hat, sunglasses or sitting under an umbrella can help block out those strong sun rays. We also want to remind our friends and family to stay hydrated during the extra hot days. Drinking lots of water is key to avoid dehydration in the sun.
3. Travel Safety
Any holiday weekend is a common time for people to travel. Memorial Day weekend happens to be one of the most popular as it kicks off summer. It is highly suggested you get your car serviced prior to a long road trip as well as pack a roadside emergency kit. Staying local? Avoid drinking and driving at all costs. Nowadays, there are numerous options to choose from to leave your car at home such as public transportation, Uber or a Designated Driver just to name a few.
These are just a few ways to stay safe this holiday weekend. At Duct Dudes, NJ #1 air duct cleaners, we strive to keep our customers informed and satisfied. Having clean air ducts and dryer vents is just as important this summer as clogged vents can cause fires. To learn about air duct or dryer vent safety, contact us or give our experts a call at 732-899-0400.