Gas Fire Pits
Gas fire pits are a convenient alternative to wood and allow for more customization. Our gas fire products are made from sturdy materials that are meant to withstand nature's elements. We offer stainless steel, concrete, and copper in round, square, linear, and fire pit table. To give it that little extra sparkle, add colored fire glass to your fire pit.
With so many unique styles to choose from, we know you'll find the perfect themed gas burning fire pit for your outdoor living space!
Can I install a fire pit on my covered patio?
- Not only do we strongly caution against this idea, but there are also local codes in your area that require all structures and combustibles to be at least 3 feet from your fire pit in all directions. Flowers, shrubs, and gardens should be at least 5 feet away. Be sure to evaluate the area overhead - branches and structural coverings can ignite quickly! Always place fire features on a non-flammable surface, such as dirt, concrete, pavers, or bricks - never on a wood deck or on the grass! You may want to check with your local code enforcement agency regarding fire pit regulations.
What should I burn in my wood burning fire pit?
- Natural wood is recommended over wood that has been treated. Chemically altered logs will give off toxic fumes and unpleasant smells when burned.
- NEVER burn garbage or paper products in your fire pit! Pieces of burning refuse tend to "fly away" and may start a fire wherever it lands. Fire glass, lava rock, ceramic river stones, and other luxury media are meant to be used with gas burning features. Attempting to incorporate these into your wood-burning fire pit can cause these items to explode. Lighter fluid and gasoline are not suggested for igniting a fire in your outdoor feature. Instead, choose kindling, fatwood fire starters, or a stainless steel gas log lighter to help you light a wood fire.
When referring to your gas fire pit urns, how is glass fiber reinforced concrete different from regular concrete?
- Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete, or GFRC, combines glass and concrete together to create a material that is thinner and lighter than regular concrete. It also has more elasticity, allowing it to expand and contract without cracking (to a certain extent) and absorbs shock better as well. Our gas fire pit urns, because of their size and unique structure, benefit greatly from this material when it comes to durability, strength, and longevity in your outdoor space!