Choose the Ultimate Fire Pit for Your Backyard or Patio
Last year, every well-appointed backyard sported a water feature. This year, the perfectly turned out backyard or patio must have a fire feature. Whether it's a fire pit, a charcoal grill or a patio heater, your backyard will be more complete if you add the perfect fire pit or grill. What's the difference between the various types of fire pits and grills and which is the best choice for your backyard or patio? These facts and tips can help you choose the ultimate fire pit for your patio or backyard.
Propane Fire Pit
Avoid the hassle and expense of building a wood fire in your fire pit with a propane bonfire pit. A propane fire pit is a good choice in a community that frowns upon open wood fires. Propane is readily available at most supermarkets. The clean-burning fuel provides all the ambiance of a campfire or wood-burning stove without the heavy, stinging wood smoke that can make wood fire pits unwelcome. They're easy to start and require less tending - no need to poke at the fire and feed it throughout the night. A propane fire is also easier to control, making a propane fire pit the ideal choice for the center of a fire table or fire and water feature. Propane fire pits are generally more elaborate than standard fire bowls because they enclose and hide a propane cylinder.
Sports Fire Pit
Make a statement with your backyard decor. Choose a college fire pit to show off your allegiance to your favorite college sports team, or decorate the backyard of your frat house with your college's logo or insignia. Each college novelty fire ring features a punched and cutout college insignia that lets the fire glow from inside. It's the perfect crowning touch for your collection of sports memorabilia. As an added bonus, college fire pits are extremely portable, so you can pack it along to your next tailgating party.
If you want warmth without a blazing fire, a patio heater might serve your needs. Powered by electricity or LP gas, patio heaters are available in many different styles to coordinate with your patio or outdoor entertaining space. Create a warm glow that makes your patio usable on cool evenings even if your community doesn't allow outdoor fires.
Whether you opt for a traditional fire pit or an elaborately decorated sports fire pit, an outside fireplace will add a new dimension to your outdoor entertaining.
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