Gas Fire Pits
Gas fire pits use propane or natural gas as a fuel source. They are a popular alternative to traditional wood-burning fire pits because they are easier to light and maintain, and they produce less smoke and ash.
There are many different styles of gas fire pits available on the market, ranging from simple and functional to more elaborate designs that incorporate features like decorative stones or glass beads.
Some gas fire pits are designed to be portable and can be moved around your outdoor space, while others are built into a permanent structure like a fire pit table, patio or deck.
One of the benefits of gas fire pits is that they are generally safer to use than wood-burning fire pits. Because there are no flying embers or sparks, there is less risk of accidental fires.
Gas fire pits also typically produce less heat than wood-burning fire pits, which can be a plus if you live in an area with strict fire codes or if you have small children or pets.
When it comes to selecting a gas fire pit, there are a few things to consider. First, think about the size and style of the fire pit that will work best in your outdoor space.
You'll also want to consider the BTU (British Thermal Unit) output of the fire pit, which will determine how much heat it produces..
Finally, think about the cost and convenience of using propane versus natural gas as a fuel source, and make sure you have a reliable source of either one readily available.