Build Your Own Fire Pit for Relaxing and Warm Evening

May 14, 2017 - by : Fonda Serhilda  |  Fire Pits  |  No Comments  |  4479 Views
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Build your own fire pit set to make your relaxing evening as a warm and romantic evening will give you a new challenge and make a different satisfaction for your pride. An outdoor fire pit makes any patio or backyard into a great gathering place where friend and family can eat, talk or just rest by the fire. You will feel fantastic while you build it yourself. This installation doesn’t cost a whole lot, you can find from magazine or internet how to build it. They offer clear step by step instructions and a material list to help you make your project both fun and easy. You can build it in just one day. Even though you are not a camping person, you can learn and build it. First of all before you decide to build it you should do some research after you got the instruction how to build from magazine or internet as your reference.

. Before you start to build your own fire pit you should prepared some supplies such as colored spray paint, gravel, digging tool, concrete landscaping stones and metal fire pit ring, masonry adhesive, rubber mallet. Check your save fire pit area that allowed, outline your fire pit where you want the fire pit to be and use your few stone to find your circle, mark the outside of the stones with spray paint. Next step is digging your fire pit, use your digging tools. After you dig at least 6” deep you can fill your fire pit with your gravel until the level with the ground. It’s important to give your fire pit drainage area when it rains.

And the final is you build your fire pit. Place your first ring of stone around the edge of the gravel circle and use a rubber mallet to tamp the stones flat and even with each other. When placing second new of stones, place some masonry adhesive on the bottom of each stone and stagger the placement of second row. Use the rubber mallet to even and tighten the stone placement. Your fire pit is already done. You will love your fire pit project. A new experience and a different satisfaction will raise your excitement and enjoyment through build your own fire pit.

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