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Get Your Yard Cozy for the Cool Season with These Ideas for Firepits

 


Firepits are the perfect addition to your backyard but selecting which one to purchase can be quite overwhelming. There are two types of firepits: wooden and gas. Wood burning firepits are remarkably like traditional campfires. They often emit a burning scent and ashes need to be cleaned up afterwards, while gas firepits are much cleaner. Gas pits are also easier to control because they can be turned on and off by a switch. Other options for firepit fuel include gel fuel, bio-ethanol fuel, and charcoal, but wood and gas are more widely used. Consider these firepits to brighten up your backyard:

Outland Living Propane Gas Fire Table ($850)

This fire table is amazingly easy to assemble and operate because it has an automatic ignition system. It’s incredibly easy to light, and its wicker finish will easily fit in with other patio decor and furniture. This firepit is very well constructed and even comes with an effective wind guard.

22'' Fire Pit ($49.99)

This Amazon bestseller is very reasonably priced. The firepit is lightweight and compact, so it is a great option if you like traveling, but don’t want to pay for a higher end model.

Ranger Outdoor Fire Pit ($229.49)

The Ranger Outdoor Fire Pit is ideal for people that are repelled by the scent of smoke. The stainless-steel design has top and bottom vent holes to minimize smoke, and it’s only 15 inches inches wide so it can be conveniently placed on grass or wooden decks with a stand.

Terra Flame Zen Tabletop Fire Bowl ($80)

This concrete fire bowl is a beautiful decoration that comes with gel fuel and provides flames that last for up to 3 hours, with minimal smoke. It comes in three colors: black, gray, and white natural stone finishes, and the bowl is filled with colorful beach pebbles.

Tuscola Firebowl Steel Wood Burning Fire Pit ($175)

This firepit is ideal for patios because it has two handles, making it is easy to move around, it is weather-resistant, and it comes with a fire poker, a spark screen, and a log grate.

Night Sky Wood Burning Fire Pit ($179.99)

This is a beautiful wood burning firepit because the celestial cut-outs support airflow, ensuring that your fire will last a long time. It also comes with many extras, including a spark guard, a solid steel poker, and a cooking grate. Additionally, it is designed with sturdy legs to ensure that it will stay in place all night long.

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