There are many options for outdoor living spaces. Fire features not only add the cool factor, but serve a purpose as well.

Spending time in your outdoor living space can be enjoyed with the addition of a fire pit or fireplace to enjoy throughout the year.  There are many choices available and can be custom designed to suit your preferences. Either way it will be an asset that your family and friends will enjoy for many years. 

Some building codes in different cities may impact the design or construction. So it’s a good idea to double check what your options are before moving to far along. We’re familiar with most of Greater Cincinnati’s do’s and don’t so you’re in good hands.

Here are some options for fuel source:

  1. Wood burning. Obviously the coolest option because it’s just like having a campfire in your backyard. However, cleaning is more intensive and some of those building codes apply more stringently to wood fire pits. 
  2. Propane.  Propane firepits can look pretty fancy with addition of cool glass, and lava rocks.  It’s also more controlled and there’s less cleaning. As with any fuel source there is a cost to refilling propane.
  3. Gel fueled logs. You may not have heard of this option before, but the gel is actually inside the log. It looks authentic and can be set up in virtually any design.
  4. Natural Gas. Chances are your home is already supplied with natural gas. So running a LP line or special infrastructure isn’t necessary.

Every property, location, and municipality is different. So we’ll work together to ensure we choose the most functional and economical option for your outdoor living space.

 

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