Fire pits serve a great purpose: a place to gather with friends and family. Yes, they provide light, warmth and a place to roast marsh mellows, but people don’t typically do those things alone. The fire pit is a social gathering, a place to create memories that you’ll be laughing about in 20 years. It’s important that you know everything you can.
We love to talk about fire (it’s kind of in our name, after all) and fire pits are a fantastic way to enjoy the flame. Check out our fire pit related blogs to gain some insight into different types of fire pits, maintenance, and the different processes that goes into making them!
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There are so many ways to start a fire in a fire pit. Surprisingly, there are many people out there who have never had the pleasure of learning basic fire-starting skills. The good news is, you don't have to be a scout to know how to do it! Regardless of your fuel choice, there are different methods to get that blaze burning. Let us walk you through the top five most popular ways to starting a fire!
If you are planning on installing an outdoor fire feature, or perhaps converting your wood-burning fire pit to a gas-fueled option, you'll need to decide if you want to use natural gas or propane. What many people don't know is that there is a big difference between the two. So much, in fact, that additional ventilation and an air mixer are required in order to ensure that your propane accent is operating properly. Fireplace Doors Online is here to explain the difference between the two gasses, and why it is so important for propane to be properly aerated!