By karriven thomas. fire pits design. Published at Friday, November 10th, 2017 - 10:28:36 AM.
By placing the fire pit away from the flow of traffic and raising the fire pit from the ground you will make it hard for anyone to accidentally walk or fall in. Choose a location for the fire pit that will reduce as much as possible the effect of smoke on neighbouring properties, or even you own or that matter. If this an issue then go with a gas burning fire pit as they do not emit smoke. If children are a factor, incorporate a barrier such as a low wall surrounding the pit that will ensure they are kept a safe distance from the flames. Some portable fire pits are designed with a protective glass or Pyrex shield. This also helps limit the wind’s affect on the flames.
If your fire pit’s source is wood, there are excellent types of wood to burn but the best is eco logs. They are made from the dust of hardwood and compacted into logs at 80,000 PSI. They are affordable and burn slower and better. Red cedar, scrap lumber, apple, pinion pine, Alligator Juniper, and Hickory are also pleasing to burn. Just a word of caution - never burn pressure treated wood for they emit toxic gasses that are harmful to your health. Further, you can seek the assistance of your local fire Marshall if you plan to purchase an outdoor fire pit. These fire pits should never be burned indoors. Keep them away from flammable materials to avoid catching fire. For safety purposes, you must install fire extinguisher near the fire pit. In addition, never leave the fire unattended. Finally, be cautious of your surroundings. General maintenance tips for use of fire pits mainly concerns common sense, you should avoid placing anything other than wood into the fire pit, if you have pets or young children you should make sure that they can not, in any way, reach the fire pit body or have access to the flames, you should keep your pit clean and clear while not in use, and if you are using gas you should consult an expert regarding the pipes and safety of the fire pit.
On top of the different options you have in selecting the fire pit you would want to have in your backyard, you can use a fire pit on your picnics and outings, a fire pit can be moved form place to place and used as a cooking device almost anywhere, the variety of materials of which fire pit are made today allows you to choose from the traditional to the modern, and with this fire pit variety comes many options for the cleaning and accessories you can get for your fire pit. If you are interested in having a little bit more fun this summer, you may want to consider purchasing a fire pit. An outdoor fire pit is one of the best ways to enjoy a beautiful summer night. From wood fire pit, that you may remember using at you parents or even grandparents house, to the gas fire pit most people use today, it seems that fire pit selection has never been so vast, this is the time to think about integrating a fire pit to your back yard and start enjoying the advantages of this open fire, you are not limited to your back yard, with a fire pit you can travel and take it with you, so that your acquired taste to your fire pit doesn’t have to limit you to your own house. But before you get to excited and start lighting stuff on fire, you will want to learn about the details of an outdoor fire pit.
For wood burning fire pits always use a safety screen. They come in various shapes and sizes and will help contain sparks and flying embers. Some models are sold with them, however if you are building fire pit make sure you incorporate a screen into the design. Materials used in fire pits should be carefully considered. Porous stone, non treated river rocks and even cinder blocks should not be used inside a fire pit. When placed near intense heat, they can explode. Standard building bricks will eventually crack and need replacing over time. In order to prevent this fire pits should be lined with fire rated materials such as firebricks or thick steel rings. Use fire rated mortar. Adhesives are not advised as when heated they can give off unhealthy fumes.
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