A campfire is a small fire that is built during a campout. It is usually contained in a fire ring or a fire pit, and people gather around it to cook and eat. Campfires help to keep the bugs away and provide warmth and light.
Is a fire pit considered an open fire?
Is a Fire Pit Open Burning? The answer is generally yes. However, some municipalities may define open burning differently due to the fact that while fire pits expel smoke directly into the air, many are off the ground and less likely to come in contact with combustible materials that could start a larger fire.
Can a fire pit go under a pergola?
If you are considering to put a fire pit or fire table under a pergola a natural gas or propane fire pit would be your best, safest option. Sparks from wood burning fire pits can damage or light pergolas above them, which means that gas fire pits are significantly safer than their wood counterparts.
Can you burn wood in your backyard?
Burn only firewood
Never burn household garbage, painted or stained wood, plastics, or chemically treated paper in your backyard fire. Not only is this practice illegal, it is also hazardous and dangerous to you, your family and to your neighbors.
How high should a pergola be above a fire pit?
For tree branches and other overhead structures, the general rule is 15-feet. However, most pergolas roofs are built only 8 or 9 feet of the ground. You’ll want to check the gas fire pit manufacturer’s suggested overhead clearance to be sure.
Can you have a fire pit under a sun shade?
While it may be tempting to include shade over your fire pit, avoid an open flame under your shade sail. This is a potential fire hazard and could be dangerous if not kept at a reasonable distance.