Pool fire bowls are incredibly unique features that will definitely transform your backyard pool area. We offer a wide variety of styles from many different manufacturers, all of which are located in the US.
From fire and water columns to bowls and even to fountains, you have a never-ending supply of awesome. These swimming pool fire bowls are made from concrete, copper, or stainless steel. We have a few different finish options available when it comes to concrete, either a matte finish or a glazed glossy finish in a variety of colors. Copper can either be smooth or hammered, while stainless is only available in a brushed finish.
Copper and stainless fire and water bowls will need to be cleaned periodically since they will develop patina over time. They can be sealed to stop this process or at least slow it down. You can use specific cleaners to remove the patina or there are several homemade remedies that work as well.
Fire and water bowls for pools are available in either natural gas or propane.
Our fire water bowls for pools range in size from 24" all the way up to 36". The size of the fire ring increases with the size of the bowls. All of the burners are made from high quality stainless steel and are made to withstand the weather. The majority of fire and water bowls have one scupper that water cascades from, although some have 360 degree scuppers and multiple scuppers that water cascades from.
If you are looking for something a little different within the fire and water realm we have you covered there too. Firefall Fountains are very unique features that combine a waterfall effect along with fire in a large vertical framework. The back wall of the unit is embedded with decorative stones, and the unit itself is constructed from durable GFRC concrete. It is worth noting that these Firefall fountains are very heavy since they are made of concrete, in excess of 700lbs.
These 360 fire and water fountains are equipped with every luxury you could think of and are sure to be the centerpiece of any space. HPC has a great line up of 360 fountains, all you have to do is decide how to finish it. They are commonly finished with pavers, stone, or veneer which effectively hides the basin and all of the other components.
These amazing fire and water features showcase cascading water in a variety of forms. A gentle waterfall trickles over the circumference of the basin, as demonstrated in the Evolution 360 fire and water copper fountain, or over four scuppers that are positioned around the lip of the bowl. Within the center of the basin is a separate integrated burner system that lights up with a marvelous display of flames, giving the illusion of fire dancing on the water's surface.
For something with an even greater element of surprise, consider our Osiris 360° with a 24-inch copper bowl center-mounted atop a slim pedestal. Hidden just beneath the lip of the reservoir basin is a water ring that projects an upward-facing spray! With the combination of LED lighting, this product is truly a breathtaking sight!
Lets take a look at the internal components of pool fire bowls. The gas and water lines enter in through a hole in the bottom of the fire and water bowl, through a mounting bracket that also provides some clearance for proper ventilation. The water line attaches directly to the back of the scupper, meaning that no water actually "pools" inside of the bowl.
The burner pan sits on a ledge inside of the fire and water bowl, and helps to support the burner and also block debris from getting inside the bowl. This is where your fire media will be placed. Some bowls do not have a burner pan, and are instead filled with lava rock or fire glass.
Some of our water bowls have fire pans or firepots built-in. These features are usually known as "fire and water" or "fire-water" pots, but they don't actually mix the fire with the water. Concrete bowls can usually be equipped with a spillway unit allowing them to be used as planters or fire bowls with water.
Some of our scupper bowls can be equipped with submersible gas manifolds for a "fire-on-water" effect. The fire-on-water gas manifold is a stainless steel device with aerating tips that you install in the bowl before adding water. After installation, you will fill the bowl with water and then turn on the gas. This will cause the gas or propane to float to the top of the water in the form of bubbles. When you ignite the bubbles it causes the fire to burn just above the water for a spectacular effect.
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Can every bowl be equipped with "fire-on-water?"
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