It is vital that indoor barbeque rooms are regularly maintained to extend their life span, and to ensure that those who use them are kept safe.
It is important to perform routine checks of the overall structure of your barbeque lodge. A stable foundation is a must, and is the main contributory factor to secure barbeque sheds.
Some of the most common issues to look for include an uneven floor, and doors and windows that do not open and shut properly.
Identifying moisture inside a small BBQ hut will prevent damp and mould building up, which can make the structure uncomfortable and unhygienic. Regular inspections of wooden boards are required, and any discolouration or dampness to the touch must be dealt with immediately.
Maintenance tasks like re-applying coatings must be done as often as needed. Making sure the planks of wood that make up the structure of an open BBQ hut are clean also contributes to the overall hygiene of the space, as cooking food and dining in an unclean environment is potentially hazardous.
The plumbing and electrical components of barbeque sheds must also be inspected annually. Both of these elements help to ensure the area meets cleanliness standards and that cooking is sanitary and safe. Ceilings and roofs should also be checked, so that strong smells and smoke can be ventilated easily.
For more information and guidance on our range of barbeque sheds and other outdoor structures, speak to our team at Logspan today.