Again, 18-24” is a good rule of thumb for distance between the fire pit and seating but can be personalized as your patio or terrace allows.
How far should bench be from fire pit?
A basic rule of thumb for fireside seating is to include at least seven feet of space around the edge of a fire pit. This provides ample room for the furniture itself, as well as for guest movement around the benches.
How close should you sit to a fire pit?
A good rule is to provide at least 7 feet of space around all outer edges of a fire pit, which will allow for plenty of room for chairs or other furniture and space for people to walk comfortably.
What is the best base for a fire pit?
Hard rocks like granite, marble, or slate are much denser, and therefore less likely to absorb water and explode when exposed to heat. Other rocks that are safe to use around and in your fire pit include fire-rate brick, lava glass, lava rocks, and poured concrete.
Do you need a liner for a cinder block fire pit?
Using a fire pit insert is optional and whether or not you need one is dependent what materials you are making your fire pit out of, how and the look you are going for. If using fire brick to build the inside of your pit, you don’t need a liner unless you like the clean look.
Why is my fire pit not working?
Narrowing down the possible issues that might be contributing to the failure of your firepit can range from an incomplete installation, an insufficient fuel supply, loose lines or fittings, strong breezes, or even mishandling or neglecting to maintain your fire feature.