Monday, 28 May 2018

Fire pit season


I love summer nights spent in the back yard roasting marshmallows for s'mores or cooking a delicious dutch oven. A fire pit can be a back yard favorite, and it doesn't have cost a fortune or take a lot of work to build.

The best place to start is to decide which style of pit you want. Then pick the best location, I like to put my pit in a area my kids or pets don't spend a lot of time to avoid any accidents. We also choice a spot where it wouldn't interfere with the function of our backyard, somewhere that wouldn't require moving sprinklers for example.

There are so many different types of building materials you can use, such as flat stone, or cement blocks. A design I thought looked like a lot of fun was a portable fire pit that used recycled materials. All you need is a couple of pallets, a 2 x 4, and a round charcoal BBQ. With this design you can easily keep the fire pit functional and cost effective. There are so many ideas online its so easy to find the best fit for you and your family.

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