looking forward to cooler weather!
To hot to use right now but looking forward to cooler weather. A great addition to our back yard
Pavestone square fire pit
Excellent product, easy to assemble, stays almost cool to the touch on outside with a huge fire inside. People that see it want to purchase one themselves, so much nicer than elevated copper or metal units, or metal fire rings, just make sure to have a solid base, use paver adhesive and lay it out before you start setting them
We are very pleased with final result but I'm glad that I read all the instructions and what was supposed to be included with the fire pit on all PDF's included with this product on the home depot website. One PDF stated that 24 mini bricks are included and another PDF stated that 32 mini bricks are included. 32 mini bricks is what you need for this product and it only came with 24. Make sure you bring this to their attention upon purchase. Also, I spoke with a building inspector in my village
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about his suggestions for this project and he recommended digging a hole 8 -12 inches deep and putting a sold base of crushed stone (the crushed marble stone that Home Depot works well). I would recommend digging a hole 45 inches X 45 inches wide and 8 -12 inches deep. Once your marble stone (or equivalent) is in the hole and pounded down, then you will have enough room to center and level your first layer of the fire pit. Home Depot also sells a tool to pound the rocks down in their garden tools section. It costs about $25 and well work the price to do this project correctly. Digging,, pounding and leveling the area and first layer is the hardest part of the job. Once this is done, everything else was pretty quick and easy. Good luck.
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