Gas Fire Pits
Gas Fire Pits is a broad term that covers a large variety of products.
Our fire pit category, to make it easier for our customers, covers anything that is not a Fire Bowl, a Fire and Water feature, a Fire Pit Table, or Fire Pit Kits, all of which we list separately.
Fire pits have moved on a long way from a hole in the ground with some logs thrown into the pit.
It’s true that nothing can compare with a real big outdoor log burning fire pit. However, safety and environmental issues and the sheer impracticalities of a real wood-burning fire pit are behind the trend towards more gas fire pits and fewer wood burners.
And, of course, on a wood-burning fire pit requires lots of outdoor space, and you can not use fire glass, which is one of the many pluses of having a gas fire pit.
Modern fire pits, usually delivered to the customer in a virtually ‘ready to go’ format are available in a vast range of shapes, sizes, colors and textures.
What are Gas Fire Pits Made From?
The most commonly used materials are Concrete, Fiber Glass Reinforced Concrete ( FGRC ), Cor-Ten, and Stainless Steel.
Styling ranges from Chat Height or Coffee Table Height up to Table Height, and in just about any shape you can imagine.
The range of textured finishes and color options is also considerable. You are spoilt for choice. At the bottom of this page, we have included a few catalogs from our favorite manufactures. If we haven’t listed the one you want just give us a call Toll-Free on 844 631 7638
Most models are available in both Propane or Natural Gas versions, also offering options of Match Lit or Electronic Ignition variations.
If you are looking for something a little different, you might consider some of the products from the Music City Fire company.
These guys have taken the humble fire pit and turned it into a complete outdoor entertainment center wrapped up in some very innovative designs.
The Music City Fire company products are Sound Reactive systems. Their fire fits have a high-quality weatherproof sound system. You can stream music to them via your phone, tablet, etc.
You can also control the fire pit from the App, turning it on and off and adjusting the flame height.
The next stage is to switch on the Sound Reactive function causing the flame to ‘dance’ in time to the music you are playing. These fire features also have some LED lighting discretely placed underneath the fire pit, which creates a different ambiance.
This range includes our favorite design of all time, The Track Side fire pit.