How to choose a fire pit
The fire bowl, which has been used in one form or another as an outdoor hearth since antiquity, is returning to summer cottages and household plots. It is beautiful, practical, safe and very rational in terms of landscape design and space organization. The combination of these factors alone is enough to buy and install a fire bowl on the site.
A circle of decorative pebbles or gravel, equal to two bowl diameters, and any few seats around already form a ready-made seating area. A couple of available accessories - grates or braziers - turn a portable fire into a kitchen. The attractiveness of a fire bowl for a family holiday, a fun company or a solitary contemplation is undeniable. Therefore, the popularity of the accessory is steadily growing.
Exclusive fire bowls are classified as premium products both in terms of price and manufacturing complexity. They are metal spheres, hemispheres, cubes or other shapes, made in the factory and manually decorated with a cut-through pattern that can compete with lace in complexity. The craftsman's tool is a plasma cutter. The fire inside the openwork metal cage casts bizarre reflections and shadows, and animals, trees, fairy tale characters and dragons on the walls of the bowl come to life and fascinate viewers of all ages.
Stone bowls for fire are the most popular, since metal, no matter how thick and durable it is, sooner or later burns out from fire, and stone is eternal. True, we are talking about an artificial stone, which is cast into molds that allow you to lay out a round or square outdoor hearth. The walls of such bowls are sometimes made very thick - up to 12 inches or more. This allows you to relax, stretch your legs to the fire without the slightest risk of getting burned.
Steel fire bowls have gained the most popularity in the market. The diversity here concerns not only design, but also prices. A steel bowl offers the advantages of lightness, portability, and is often well finished, looking more like a yard decoration than a kitchen brazier.
Gas fireplaces-tables are the most popular hearths for installation indoors, on a terrace or any other conditionally closed space. The fuel for them is organic alcohol with various additives that slow down burnout and do not form soot. The main price is formed from the cost of table materials - it can be marble, stone, wood, metal, their combinations. The hearth itself is a small metal container into which biofuel is poured.