Installing a Fire Pit in your Own Yard: A Short Guide

Installing a Fire Pit in your Own Yard: A Short Guide
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    Are you are looking forward to having a whole season of fun and bonding with your friends and family at the comfort of your own home?

    Have you thought of transforming the look of your yard?

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Spring is in the air! And how much more can you enjoy this season than by heading out to your yard and enjoying the sights and smells that spring has to offer? As we enter this season, we know how giddy and excited you, your friends, and your family are to go outside and enjoy the nice weather.

Are you are looking forward to having a whole season of fun and bonding with your friends and family at the comfort of your own home? Have you thought of transforming the look of your yard? If you are looking for a new look for your yard that can accommodate your quality time with your friends and family, try having a fire pit installed in your yard.

What are the Benefits of Having a Fire Pit in Your Own Yard?

Having a fire pit installed in your yard is surprisingly cheap and easy. You can use this space for your afternoon and late night stories and bonding sessions. Your children can even invite their friends over for a camping experience right at your own yard. If you’re not using your fire pit, you can easily transform it into a coffee table by simply placing a wooden cover on top.

What are the Costs of Having a Fire Pit in your Yard?

According to HouseLogic, a professionally installed fire pit that has natural stone can cost as much as $4,500. If you don’t like the idea of having to shell out a lot of cash for a simple fire pit, you can make one yourself. A simple fire pit kit for your home can cost only $200 as long as you can do the job with your own hands.

What Should You Consider before Building a Fire Pit?

In addition to the costs, you should also consider if you have enough space for a fire pit. Even if you would like to have a small five-foot diameter fire pit, you’ll still need to consider having a wider 25-feet diameter space around the pit that is far from trees, your house, and other obstructions.

You should also check your local building codes to see if there are requirements that you need to fulfill before starting with your fire pit project. Some local building codes require homeowners to place a border of gravel or sand around the fire pit to prevent fires from accidentally happening.

What are the Basic Steps in Installing a Fire Pit?

If you are ready to have your fire pit in your yard, these are the basic steps:

Use a kiddie pool or any other object that can be your guide for the diameter of your fire pit. Lay out your stones in a circle. Flip your stones over and dig a shallow circle. Layer with gravel and cover with sand. Continue layering the stones on top of the other until you reach the desired height.

There you have it! Revamping your yard in time for spring is quick and easy. Why not share this article with your friends so they can have a fire pit of their own in their own yards? In doing so, you can take turns in hosting a fun night in each other’s yard.

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