You asked: Can you have a fire pit under a balcony?

Yes, a fire pit can be used safely and legally on a balcony. However, it is advised that prior to setting up a fire pit on a balcony, state and local laws, homeowner’s association covenants, rental agreements/apartment building rules, etc.

Can you have a fire table under a covered patio?

You can absolutely have a natural gas or propane fire pit under a covered patio if the overhead height of the ceiling meets CSA requirements for distance from appliance. This is usually 80 inches. … Wood burning fires produce thick smoke and embers that can become dangerous when contained by a patio roof.

Where should you not put a fire pit?

How far does a fire pit have to be away from the house? Before striking the match, never place a pit closer than 10 feet from anything flammable, including your house and overhead tree branches. Unless the owner’s manual says it’s okay, don’t put the pit on a grassy surface, wood deck, or enclosed porch.

What do you put under a fire pit on a deck?

Use Pavers Underneath the Fire Pit

There are specially made fire pit mats, which are made to withstand the extremely high temperatures a pit can reach. Or simply arrange pavers or bricks in the area where your fire pit will be placed. These will protect the deck from being damaged by high temperatures.

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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.

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.

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.

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