Quick Answer: Is gas and propane fire pit the same?

Propane outdoor fire pits are more efficient than natural gas, offering approximately 2,500 BTUs as compared to 1,000 BTUs for natural gas, when one is comparing the same volume of each type. When it comes to wood, the BTUs vary significantly, based on the type of wood one chooses to burn.

Will a propane fire pit work on natural gas?

So what does this all mean to you? From a functional perspective, both natural gas and propane fire pits work the same and both produce hot and aesthetically pleasing flames.

Do propane fire pits smell like gas?

Most gas fire pits put off a slight odor due to the propane/gas that you are using. Some people are slightly more sensitive to the propane/gas smell than others. At times, the artificial gas logs and lava rocks can put off a slight scent, too.

Which is better natural gas or propane fire pit?

Propane outdoor fire pits are more efficient than natural gas, offering approximately 2,500 BTUs as compared to 1,000 BTUs for natural gas, when one is comparing the same volume of each type. When it comes to wood, the BTUs vary significantly, based on the type of wood one chooses to burn.

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What burns better propane or natural gas?

Energy efficiency

Since propane delivers more BTUs (per gallon or per cubic foot) and burns less volume per hour than natural gas by a factor of two-to-one, it is an energy-efficient alternative to natural gas for many applications.

Are propane fire pits worth it?

They are useful anytime – even if you don’t want to have a fire. In my opinion, you get more value for your money because they can be enjoyed more often. Although you may not plan on (or want to) move your fire pit, for some people this may be a big benefit.

Do you need to cover a propane fire pit?

A cover is not required for your fire pit; it is, however, recommended. You can find a cover for just your burner, or for your entire enclosure; in either case they are a great investment to protect your appliance and increase the life of your fire feature.

What do you put under a propane fire pit?

The ground or decking under a natural gas or propane fire table should always be flat and level. The best and most fire-stable material options to put under a fire pit are pea gravel, concrete, paving bricks, or porcelain tile.

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