Henriette Firepit February 27th, 2018 - 11:06:47
The wedding location is outside in the fragrant, cool air of spring. After the ceremony and dinner, the guests mill about looking for something to do. The groom leads everyone to the pavilion where seats are set up around a blazing firepit. The guests murmur their pleasure, and will remember this wedding for years. Choosing the Most Suitable Outdoor Fireplace On the market today are many types, sizes and designs of firepits. The amount of help you have at your wedding, or the level DIY you posses, will dictate what kid of pit to choose. First, you will want to decide which type you want, gas or wood burning. A gas outdoor fireplace will allow easy lighting, and forego the chore of maintaining the fire. The main draw back is having to haul around propane tanks. Unless you choose purchase a cover for the tank, the sight of it could detract from the mood. A wood burning pit is traditional, and people like to add the wood to keep it going. Youll need to be sure to have ample wood for the size or number of pits you choose to buy.
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.
Another thing that you will want to consider after you have bought your new copper firepit is a grill or a grate. Check your instructions before purchasing a grate, if your firepit wasnt made for cooking then you wont want to buy a grate. It doesnt make any sense to take chance with something like fire. If your firepit is made for grilling, your instruction manual will tell you the right size grate for your particular model. There are a couple of other things that you might want to consider buying to also go with your copper firepit. If you bought a set it should come with tools for the fire, but if it didnt you will probably want to purchase tools. You will want something that you can use in the fire if you need to stir the wood. Another nice accessory is a cover. Copper can withstand the elements, but wet ashes can be very messy and a cover can save you that hassle. Finally, some people like to have a rug to place their new firepit on. If you decide that you want to use a rug, make sure it is fire resistant. You dont want to take any chances.
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.