Fire pits are camping accessories used to contain campfires or cook meals. They can be portable and transported from one camping site to another, or permanently built on the ground. They usually come with grills or mesh screens for cooking over the fire.
Permanent fire pits are great for backyards or patios. There are fire pits with grills, and outdoor fire pits that use wood, logs, and charcoal to create fire. Most models have a cast-iron and high-temperature paint finish, providing a look that can complement any backyard or garden. Some fire pits also have wire mesh screens that protect porches and decks from burns and sparks.
Types of Fire Pits
Kinds of Fire Pits include the following:
Steel fire pits
Steel fire pits, usually made of cold-rolled steel, are durable but quite expensive. They usually have safety rings, fire screens, barbecue grills, and pokers. Most models do not require assembly.
Copper fire pits
Copper fire pits are made of heavy-duty copper. They look more elegant than steel fire pits, but are just as durable. Most copper fire pits come with fire screens, barbecue grills, and pokers.
Choosing Fire Pits (Buying tips)
Ash catcher: Choose a fire pit built with an easy to clean, fully-adjustable, and lockable ash catcher to contain the ash and minimize the mess.
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