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Selecting Your Outdoor Fire Pit

An outdoor fire pit is a portable area for building fires outdoors of the house. Similar in design to an indoor fire, an outdoor fire pit is typically placed on a concrete, stone, or brick patio. However, it may also be built into a hillside wall or on a patio that overlooks a backyard or garden. It most often only has a chimney and a firebox. They are very popular at family reunions and holidays.

There are many styles and designs of outdoor fire pits available in the market today. Most outdoor fire pits are made from either cast iron or aluminum. Cast iron is used for its durability and the ability to stay cool during the summer time, while aluminum is used for its easy clean up and durability.

Outdoor fire pits come in many different sizes and can hold up to six persons. For safety reasons, always ensure that your outdoor fire pits have a cover to prevent children from getting too close to the fire pit. If you want a more ornate design, you may want to go for a wood burning fire pit with ornately carved flues and chimneys.

If you plan to build your own fire pit, you should know that there are many different ways of doing so. There are two main types of fire pits: the free-standing pit and the chimney (or open-air fireplace). The free-standing pits are usually made from concrete or bricks, while chimineas are made out of cast iron. For better ventilation, open air fire columns are best option for these pits, which contain large amounts of oxygen.

In buying an outdoor fire pit, you should keep in mind your intended use. To determine your intended use, you need to consider where it will be placed, how often its use is likely to occur, and what the overall cost would be. If you are planning to have the pit for only one or two parties a year, then you don’t need to spend too much on it. However, if you intend to use it for family gatherings or as a main cook stove every now and then, go ahead and splurge on the purchase.

Another aspect that you should consider is the fuel source. You can choose from wood, gas or propane. Gas fire pits are better if you live in a country with frequent power outages. If your backyard fire feature is intended for outdoor use only, then you can consider using wood. However, if you plan to use your campfire pit every weekend, gas might not be the best option because you wouldn’t have access to it if a power outage occurs.

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