Nothing says come hang out this evening like a fire pit. It’s a place to sit, tell stories, listen to music and talk with friends and family. Fire pits are versatile; you can enjoy them in warm months roasting smores and hobo pies after long summer fun-filled days. The offer a place to sit back and relax after a long week of work.
Big Space, Small Space, No Problem.
Fire Pits come in all shapes and sizes. You can build a simple DIY fire pit, purchase portable pits from local home and garden stores. The options are endless as you may keep it simple or create an extravagant focal point. You can start small and add on or go big and go home.
Fire pits are not just for parties. Enjoy them with your family. A place kids imaginations can run wild with ghost stories, or adventures in the forests. It can be an intimate setting for couples to take refuge in the privacy of their own homes. There is nothing else like the glow of a firepit in the backyard to attract friends, family, and loved ones.
Fire pits don’t necessarily just burn wood. You can use various fuels such as natural gas, propane or wood.
Fire Pit Safety
- 10 feet from your home or other structures. Some city and county codes may require a different distance, so be sure to check before you build.
- Fire Pits should not be under a structure
- the wood-burning fire pit is better in a yard, as flying sparks won’t catch other wood type structure on fire.
- Educate your kids about fire safety, Make rules to keep them self, let them help make the rules they may remember them better.
- Keep A fire Extinguisher and/hose close. You can never be too safe when it comes to fire.
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