Fire pits come in variety. You can have the traditional fire pits, upgrade to smokeless, you can have large bonfire pits for entertainment or small more intimate fire pits for smaller gatherings.
If you have a small budget, then settle for a simple fire pit. If you have a more flexible budget you can add seating and other features into it.
Try to think about :
What do you want for your fire pit? Do you want it to be a permanent focal point in the yard? If so, choose a spot where you want to place it permanently.
There are various styles of fire pits. They range in all different shapes and designs. The popular types are fire bowls and those with a square design.
You also should factor in the fire pit to use use wood, natural gas, propane or gel for fuel. (Smokeless fire pits)
A common choice is wood especially for those who favor true outdoor smell. But if you use wood, make sure that you have enough supply of firewood. Wood burning fire pits are also cost-effective than propane gas or other types of fuel.
*Tip:For smaller yards, a bowl would be a good option and it is also preferred for portable designs. In large and permanent fire pits, you can choose square or rectangular ones. (Generally, they range in size from 20″-45″ in diameter where small ones are 20″-25″ while the large ones are about 40″-45″ in diameter.)
So, after the fire pit, it is time for you to create the perfect ambiance for your backyard. Consider installing outdoor lighting. LED lights are preferable because you can just plug it to a near outlet and it is energy-efficient. You can also add seating around it using classic outdoor chairs or you can create a custom made seating area from stones, concrete and others.
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