Go For Grilling Gold This Summer

Kayla Palesky About The Author

Wed, Jul 24, 2019 @ 10:26 PM

Eagle Express, Hot Shot Deliveries

You ever have one of those work weeks where it seems like you’re putting out one small fire after another? Exhausting, isn’t it? One sure-fire way to reduce that stressful workload is to outsource your secondary and tertiary processes to a responsible third party.


Eagle Express is your logistics partner for all things transportation and storage. You get to focus on what you do best while our team safely and securely transports your time and temperature sensitive cargo with hot shot deliveries. We can put out your delivery fires and you can get back to work.


Speaking of fires, though, this summer, it’s best to keep them metaphorical. The best way to do that is to enjoy your favorite summer activities- like grilling- while taking extra precaution.


According to the National Fire Protection Association, July is the peak month for grill fires. That means we’re in the thick of fire season! With 7 out of 10 Americans owning a grill or smoker, most of us are at risk. But you don’t have to give up your favorite summer foods; you just have to proceed with caution. Our hot shot deliveries team has the details:


Each year, 19,000 patients come to the ER with grilling-related injuries. Over nine thousand of those are due to thermal burns. How can you prevent grill related accidents? Do as our hot shot deliveries team does- Keep safety as a priority.


  • Keep the grill 10 feet or more away from your house.
  • Clean your grill often, as to prevent grease fires.
  • Open the lid to your gas grill prior to starting to avoid a buildup of gas.
  • Have a fire extinguisher handy. Be sure it’s within its expiration date, and that you know how to use it.
  • If your gas grill flame goes out, wait at least 5 minutes before restarting it.
  • Tie back apron strings, roll up your sleeves, and keep your hair tied back. These can easily catch fire.
  • Lighter fluid should only be used to start a charcoal grill. It shouldn’t be added after.
  • Children under 5 comprise 38% of those injured due to contact burns. Keep children and pets at least 3 feet away from the grill.
  • Never leave your grill unattended.
  • As soon as you’re done, turn off the burners and shut down the gas lead. This is the most important part of grilling!
  • Clean your grill thoroughly after using and check for grease build up.
  • Don’t attempt to move a hot grill. It could cause serious burns. Instead, wait for it to cool completely before moving it.
  • Charcoal can remain hot for many hours post-grilling.
  • Grilling safety doesn’t end with the grill itself. Be mindful of the foods you grill, taking care not to cross contaminate.


Here in North Texas, grilling and smoking are summertime staples! Unfortunately, these Texas traditions can also cause some serious concern for folks who aren’t willing to keep safety at the forefront of operations.


While we might not be grilling experts, our couriers also keep safety a top priority. As we make your hot shot deliveries within and outside of the Metroplex, you can be confident that your items will arrive on time and in impeccable condition. Our team members are trained in the areas of HazMat, OSHA, HIPAA, and other regulatory standards. We have experience in keeping the most sensitive items secure from start to finish.


Keep your literal fires in the grill pits, and for your metaphorical fires, let Eagle Express take over. With a variety of services and the right vehicles, our team can make your hot shot deliveries a cinch. Contact us today at 214-351-5777.