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HPC Sedona Square Hammered Copper Fire Bowl Cover

HPC Fire
Part #: FPHC-40SEDONA-SQ

Original price was: $1,564.14.Current price is: $1,485.93.

Estimated delivery by April 25 - May 6

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HPC Sedona Square Hammered Copper Fire Bowl Cover

Size Options

The HPC Sedona Square Hammered Copper Fire Bowl Cover with its beautiful hammered finish is designed to compliment the Sedona Hammered Copper Gas Fire Pit Bowl. It comes in just one size.

Dimensions & Weight

The copper fire pit lid is 7″ high, 30″ x 30″ square at the base, and weighs 13.5 lbs.

HPC Sedona Square Hammered Copper Fire Bowl Cover showing dimensions

Materials & Finish

Copper has been used by architects and builders for thousands of years with good reason, actually, make that three good reasons; durability, corrosion resistance and prestigious appearance.

The hammered copper finish of this fire pit lid imparts an appealing artisanal charm and when you add that to the integral qualities of copper as mentioned above, you are left in no doubt that it will not only look great but will also be a worthy investment, protecting your fire bowl for years to come.

Hammered Copper Texture Close Up

The product shown is for illustration purposes only, due to its handmade nature variations in color and texture may occur.

Warranty

The HPC Sedona Square Hammered Copper Fire Bowl Cover is covered by a 3-year HPC Warranty (Normal weathering expected).

General Fire Pit Cover Information

Does a Gas fire pit need to be covered?

There are several good reasons why fire pit covers in general are a really good idea.

Covers are designed to protect fire pits from the elements

Extreme temperatures, damp conditions, snow, and such all take their toll on metal. This also applies to metal components of a fire pit. After all, even Stainless Steel will rust eventually, there is a reason it is called “stain-less” and not “stain-free”.

Expensive electronic components may also be affected if heavy rainfall were to overcome drainage and become submerged. This can really put a damper on things, literally and figuratively. Even normal rainfall will delay the operation of the fire pit until the components and fire media have dried out.

What it boils down to is this; protecting your fire pit = protecting your investment.

Covers help reduce maintenance and cleaning of your fire pit..

Fire media such as fire glass, commonly used in a gas fire pit requires frequent cleaning to keep it looking its best, if not kept under a cover.

Even lava rock and lava stones need to be kept free of dirt and debris to ensure the safe and good working order of a fire pit burner.

Creepy crawlies seem to like nesting in the gas burners and air mixers resulting in blockages, so it makes sense to reduce the likelihood of this as much as possible, especially if the fire pit is not frequently used.

Before lighting your fire pit any flammable debris such as leaves, twigs, paper, etc. must be removed from the fire pit. Keeping it covered ensures your fire pit is ready for use at a moment’s notice.

Having read the previous reasons why fire pit covers are a good idea you will now understand the benefits of keeping your fire pit dry and free of snow, dirt, and debris.

Yep, you got it, you get to enjoy your fire pit looking its best, without spending time readying it for use or waiting for the thing to dry out! Using a cover keeps your fire pit in a state that is ready for use!

Does a Wood Burning Fire Pit need a cover?

There may not be any fancy electronics or metal involved, but brickwork, stone, and other building materials are also susceptible to extreme temperatures and harsh weather.

All manner of wildlife may decide that your fire pit makes an ideal home, especially if not in regular use.

Removing the ashes is one of the downsides to a wood-burning pit and is often neglected; add this to poor drainage and you end up with an acidic slurry, after rainfall, contributing to a shorter-than-expected lifespan of your fire pit.

Placing a robust cover over a low-rising fire pit will help prevent anyone from accidentally falling in, believe me, it happens!

Protecting your fire pit from the weather and keeping it free of critters will go a long way to ensure that it not only lasts longer but will also require less maintenance along the way. After all the shoveling out of ashes, chopping of wood, keeping the fire fed and so on, you could do with a break!

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