As you have so many more options when it comes to creating the perfect outdoor fire experience, your possibilities are virtually unlimited. All of our firepits are customized to suite your needs. In this article we will cover some basic designs to give you some ideas of what we can do for you.
Outdoor pits themselves can come in several different shapes and sizes. They can be a built-in structure or something as subtle as a fire table, which is a mobile firepit that can be stored away during the winter. They can use natural gas, wood, propane, or gel. They can be small or large and any shape you want them to be, if you can dream it, we can make it!
The circular outdoor firepits are by far the most popular style of outdoor firepit. Like the fireplace your design possibilities are endless. The outside structure can be any variation of stone, brick, concrete, stucco, copper, stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, or tile. The inside element can be fueled by wood, propane, gel, or natural gas. If you choose to use any other fuel source then wood you can also be creative with the color and style of items in the center of the pit you can use stone, glass beads or lava rocks like shown in the following examples:
The Linear or square outdoor firepit is also another popular choice when it comes to outdoor firepits. The same outside structure elements can be used for the square options as mentioned in the circular pits. The main difference with the square and circular firepits is obviously the shape; however, linear firepits can also provide a nice option for a more pronounced ledge around the fire.
Whether you are looking for a more basic style or a completely unique firepit that really shows your personality and personal preferences. We can find, create, and install whatever your heart desires. From an extremely elegant model, to a shape that best suits your backyard, or a custom shape that shows the world what you love.
The difference between an outdoor firepit and an outdoor fireplace is that fireplace is a large permanent structure with a firebox to contain the fire and a chimney to provide proper ventilation for smoke. Both the structure and the firebox can come in many shapes, sizes, and custom styles. The structure itself can be attached to the house or built on a connecting deck, patio, terrace or it can be a standalone structure. The firebox can be customized to run on natural gas or wood. The following are some examples.