Looking to avoid running out of fire pit propane at your next backyard gathering? Knowing your fire pit’s propane fuel consumption rate, along with the size propane tank you have, can save you from experiencing […]
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If you are new to Solo Stove fire pits and your Bonfire, Yukon or Ranger aren’t quite living up to your vision of what a smokeless fire pit should be, you might need to up […]
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You know that feeling when you realize your brand spanking new Solo Stove got rained on last night? Yeah, that one… As the proud owner of a previously flawless Solo Stove Yukon, Bonfire, or Ranger, […]
As a homeowner, you have most likely made significant investments into your home while making it a cozy and welcoming place. One of the joys of owning your own home is entertaining friends and family, […]
I love using my fire pit as the centerpiece of an outdoor gathering. There’s just one problem. Fire pit ash. I wasn’t sure how to safely dispose of them, so I did some research. Here’s […]
Over the past decade, commercially manufactured fire pits have become increasingly popular, with families everywhere enjoying recreational fires at home. While fire pits are designed with consumer safety in mind, certain precautions should always be […]
Have you got new propane or natural gas fire pit, or are you shopping for one and trying to decide whether to go with lava rock or fire glass? What if you could mix lava […]
Like anything you put out in your backyard or patio, your fire pit will take a beating in several ways.
Hail, rain, wind, local wildlife, and your neighbor’s kids, to name a few, can all do a number on your fire pit’s finish and structural integrity.
Ever wonder, why are fire pits round? I saw this question the other day when poking around a few outdoor sites and blogs and thought I’d give it a go. This is going to cover […]
When looking into buying a fire pit it’s not uncommon for buyers to take a minute to think about where they’re going to use it and if it’s legal, safe, or even smart to do […]
Propane fire pits can add a pleasant ambiance to your backyard or patio. However, a concern for some gas fire pit buyers is knowing the smell of propane is less than pleasant and wondering if […]
Choosing the suitable fire pit media (lava rock, fire glass, etc.) these days is something you don’t necessarily get wrong. With so many solid options available in the fire pit market, it just comes down […]
One of the most common and fixable problems backyard fire pit problems I hear about is excess fire pit smoke. In this article, we’ll get to the bottom of what causes it and what you can do to reduce annoying smoke before your next backyard gathering around the fire.
You’ve got a new propane or natural gas fire pit and you naturally want to keep it looking good and working to spec. One of the easiest ways to make that happen is to protect […]
One of the great features of enjoying time around a fire pit is being able to roast food over the flame quickly and easily, with not a lot of cleanup. Whether you like it merely […]
Fire pits do a great job of providing a gathering space to catch up with family and friends and keeping us warm. Not surprisingly, people often ask, “do fire pits keep mosquitoes away,” because nothing […]
A question that comes up frequently when looking to build a backyard fire pit is, “do you need a fire ring for a fire pit?” Regardless of which way you go in the end, understanding the benefits of using a fire ring in a new fire pit will help you make the right choice depending on your needs and several other factors.
If you are a regular fire pit (or fireplace) user, you’ve most likely heard of kiln-dried firewood and maybe even used it. This type of firewood provides a lot of upside for the fire pit […]
A common concern of portable fire pit owners and would-be enthusiasts is whether or not you can use a fire pit on decking. Concerns for wood and composite decks span from fundamental fire risk to […]