Henriette Firepit February 27th, 2018 - 11:03:52
As cooler weather approaches more people look towards firepit use to create both warmth and ambiance outdoors. With a growing number of consumers purchasing gas fueled fire pits, the no brainer, quick fire-lighting convenience with no messy ashes, can leave people with a false sense of security. However, dangers do exist. If you own a gas firepit or, are thinking of purchasing one, here are a few safety tips. And once you are done reading those. Take a look at cleaning and maintenance.
Guests arrive for an evening dinner party at your establishment. They come here for the excellent service and outstanding ambiance. Taking advantage of the outdoors, the dinner party sits around a stunning firepit that flickers in the waning light. It offers warmth, a reason to stay and order more drinks, and a reason to come again. Enhancing any Commercial Property An outdoor fireplace, in any setting, will ease tensions and set a relaxed mood. Your business, however, is not just any setting. It is your pride and your reputation. You need to choose a firepit that suits the decor and mood of your rooms and customers. Whether it is a restaurant or an outdoor meeting area, an outdoor fireplace is something that people can be at ease around, and will talk about long after they have left.
Just like the kitchen indoors, an outdoor firepit is a magnetic gathering place for people at a party or family get-together on a cool evening. In this article I have described how to lay out and construct a permanent stone firepit. You can of course just have a bonfire with some deck chairs around it but a formal fireplace will provide more safety plus add value to your property. Materials: · 4 - 8 Large stones (600mm deep) with at least 1 flat side for fireside seats. Sandstone is perfect but basalt works well also · 10 granite slabs 600 x 300 x 80mm.· 25m2 random limestone or sandstone· 1m3 of 20mm drainage gravel· 90mm agriculture pipe (plastic perforated pipe covered in geotextile material)· 2.5m3 concrete· cement· brick sand.
Also, if you live in a condo or other planned community there may be restrictions to what you can have installed in your yard area. Check with your insurance company and HOA or board to see if any regulations prevent you from setting up something. If nothing stands in the way of your plan to enhance your backyard relaxation, you next want to research what kind of pit you want. Do you have an existing deck or patio? You may be able to build onto it and install a gas line for it. If not, you may wish to landscape the backyard altogether with the firepit as the focus. A local contractor or backyard leisure store can offer you many ideas.