Henriette Firepit February 27th, 2018 - 11:13:07
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.
The style is important too, as it should fit the style of the wedding. There are casual design pits as well as modern and more formal. If youre grilling, there are outdoor fireplaces that allow for cooking, and table style pits that give you space right beside the fire to keep drinks and utensils. Choose a design and size that works for your number of guests. Most pits allow access from any side, which is ideal in this type of large gathering. The number of guests will dictate the size or number you will need. Decide if you want one or two large pits, or several smaller pits. This will depend on the number of guests and the possibility of family members that may not get along. In the latter case, youll definitely want more pits in order to keep certain guests separate.
Your first step is, of course, to choose where your firepit will go. Pick an area that doesnt present a fire hazard and that will be comfortable for you and your guests to sit and relax. If, for example, you know one part of your yard is prone to mosquitoes, you would certainly want to avoid that spot. Just think practically, and you should be fine! When youve decided on the size and location of your pit, mark it using chalk or paint. If there is sod in the area, youll need to remove it, and you should also use a pre-emergent herbicide in order to prevent grass from growing in that area again.
If youre looking to buy a copper firepit, you will need to decide what size is right for you. There are many sizes and varieties to choose from, you will need to figure out what is best for your situation. If you have a larger backyard or deck you might want to have a large firepit. A smaller firepit would probably be better for someone with a smaller space, such as a balcony at an apartment building. Looking into the options will help you to make the best decision. A copper firepit can come in a 24 or a 26 inch size. That is small enough so that it wont take up a lot of room. With a small firepit you can still have the coziness of a fire in a limited amount of space. Imagine sitting on the balcony in front of the fire, just the two of you.