Henriette Firepit February 22nd, 2018 - 10:05:13
A firepit can be a beautiful addition to any yard. There are many different types of firepits available that are made of many different materials. One type of firepit that you will definitely want to consider is a copper firepit. Copper is a very attractive metal, but it is practical as well. Copper holds heat very well, it is an excellent conductor, meaning that you can use less wood. Another thing to keep in mind with copper is that it is a very durable metal. While some metals will corrode or rust, copper can withstand the elements. Copper firepits are practical as well as beautiful.
If you are the do it yourself type and have the yard space, you can dig your own permanent firepit, lined with brick or natural stones. Plans for these type of pits are readily available online. Of course, you may not want to deal with the extra work involved in finding and hauling wood to burn in your outdoor fire-pit. If so, you might want to consider a natural gas, or propane model. On final note. Fire is nothing to play with. Make sure you take proper safety precautions and obey all regulations. Some jurisdictions place restrictions and may even prohibit outdoor fires of any kind.
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.
Fire lit areas are a welcome addition for any group, whether it is a casual group of friends, a reunion or even a business meeting. The dim lighting paired with the flickering light of a flame, encourages open communication and good spirits. For a commercial area, gas firepits will be the most obvious choice. They do not have to be maintained by staff, and will keep a flame up for as long as guests are there. Finding the Right Style Because you will be using a gas firepit, the styles you have to choose from are almost endless. For rustic settings, there are wood-look pits that are incredibly realistic. In settings that are modern or settings that you want to look more surreal, there are pits that have fire floating above blue surfaces or burning amidst a pile of smooth rocks. Any of these styles come in small to very large sizes.