Can you put a fire pit on asphalt?

Always use this outdoor fireplace / fire pit on a hard, level non- combustible surface such a concrete. Asphalt or blacktop surface is not acceptable for this purpose.

What is the best surface to put a fire pit on?

It is best to place the fire pit on a natural surface such as concrete, stone, gravel, brick or slate or on a fire-resistant composite. Be careful placing it on wooden surfaces such as decking, as sparks and flying embers can ignite nearby surfaces.

Will a fire pit damage my patio?

Porcelain paving is very durable and will not be impacted by the heat that a fire pit generates.

How do you protect pavers from a fire pit?

Fire pit pads

These are protective heat shields that you place between your pavers and the fire pit. Since they are created with carbon fibers, they can withstand volcanic lava. These mats cost under $150 and depending on the size of your pit and patio you can get them customized.

How much is a good fire pit?

Fire Pit Cost by Fuel Type

Type Average Prices (Installed)
Propane $300 – $950
Wood-Burning $300 – $1,000
Electric $350 – $1,500
Natural Gas $400 – $3,000

Can you have a fire pit on blacktop?

Always use this outdoor fireplace / fire pit on a hard, level non- combustible surface such a concrete. Asphalt or blacktop surface is not acceptable for this purpose.

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