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One look at a stainless steel commercial patio heater, and the eyes will definitely be pleased. The difference with these heaters and the regular patio heaters, a whoping output of 46,000 BTU’s. This will warm up a large patio table and everyone sitting around it. These heaters have evolved into some beautiful and very appealling heaters.
They now come in some beautiful finishes, like the Mocha, Mocha and Stainless Steel combination, and the hammer tone black and stainless steel. These heaters are great for prolonging the summer evenings when the chilly weather start rolling in. They’re also well built and will last a very long time under normal use.
There are not to many fire pits under $150 that are more beautiful or decorative than the stainless steel cocktail fire pit. Its very unique in appearance. Its also well built with commercial quality stainless steel. It seems the chillier it is the more we enjoy keeping warm with our outdoor heating products, which creates an almost magical feeling to our gardens or outside area.
Fire pits, fire bowls, patio heaters, all help us extend our outdoor time with family and friends, because it creates a cozy, warm atmosphere, especially during the evening hours when the sun drifts off.
I really don’t think there’s a big difference between a round or square fire pit. Fire pits are fire pits, and basicly serve the same function, so once you’re enjoying the uses of it, the shape is usually not much of a factor. Maybe it is if you’re concerned about the decor in the area you’re placing it, but really fire pits are an outdoor product, that will be disguised over time due to the continued use of it.
You could make it shine depending how much you plan on keeping it clean, but even this will wear on you over time. As long as its in decent shape, and can flame up when we’re ready for its use, thats all that really matters to us.
When we go somewhere, there are certain things that automatically draw our eyes to it, and fire is one of them. It don’t matter where we are. For example if we see fire in a fire pit or in round fire bowls, its a good chance we’ll be stopping, or at least end up gazing at it for a bit if not longer, expecially if the fire is blazing away during the night time.
Even better is if the weather is a bit chilly, and we can get the main benefit which is standing around the flames and keeping warm. There are some really beautiful fire pits and fire bowls designed now, which look more like a work of art with all the sculpting, so the fire can blaze in various dimensions. They are sure to beautify any outdoor setting.
Outside heating is really to the point where its a valued commodity, expecially with all the indoor air quality legislation and attention associated with smoking indoors. Growth in the patio heating industry has grown quite a bit in the past 10 years, and the experts anticipate an increase in popularity. The prices have dropped over the years. Now you can get a good propane patio heater for $200 to $300, or even an infrared or halogen patio heater for about the same.
They’re very easy to use, and will generate heat that will warm up around a patio table with 6 chairs very easily. The persons stretching their Fall season outside with these heaters, will be very surprised by the comforting heat range and use of the heater.
Its either we build a permanent fire pit, which requires more money and space, along with possibly a hole in the ground, or we get a portable fire pit. These are great, because you can easily move the fire pit to another location if desired. Regardless of whether you’re building a permanent fire pit or purchasing a portable one, there are some basic safety rules to follow, like keeping the fire pit away from the home, trees, plants, or any wooden structure, clothing line etc.
You can also cook on your fire pits, using either wood or charcoal. Charcoal distributes heat more evenly than wood, so it tends to cook better than wood because of this.
Nothing like sharing certain things with people, who seem mighty interested and always have questions. I should’ve known when my neighbor seem like he was asking too many questions about my patio heater while we were hanging out on my deck. I do have to admit I have a nice patio heater, so its only natural people will like it.
My neighbor liked it to much, he went and bought one, similar to the one I have, which uses a propane tank. Outdoor heating products such as patio heaters and fire pits are a great thing to have, because it lets us extend our Summer and outdoor activities.
Yep my cousin stole my idea. Usually my cousins come over and we hang out. If its chilly I sometimes light up my fire pit which works great. One day one of my cousins and I was in a store, and saw a beautiful rectagular Pagoda patio fireplace.
I remember telling him I might get that fireplace, but we left without it. Some time had passed and one day I went to his home, and why on his patio, he has that same fireplace. Funny it seemed I could’ve gotten upset, but had to laugh at him. He claim he was trying to surprise me, yeah.
Not too many things I can think of when it comes to relaxation, than being around my outdoor fire pit on a cool evening. I remember when I first got my fire pit my wife was saying why’d you get it you won’t use it, and mainly because she thought I wouldn’t have or make time to relax, because I’m always busy doing something or busy with our kids.
Well thats exactly the reason why I needed it. After spending most if the day busy around the home and yard doing chores, then needing extra energy for my two little boys, lets just say being around my fire pit is my get away.
Even as the weather did a serious about turn here in the Northeast and is now getting hot, when just a few weeks ago we got snow, i’m starting to miss my fire pit. I’m also thinking out door fire pits can be used anytime, specially in the evening when the sun moves away. I will be putting some flames to it, and just sitting around it relaxing with a cold one in hand.
Actually now is not a bad time for it, especially when I get off work in the evenings, because it will get cool again around then. We just started Spring, so this very hot temperatures can’t hold up too long. It has to dip a bit before climbing again.