Model # FSFPL

Internet #202708169

null 44 in. Fossill Limestone Round Fire Pit Kit
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44 in. Fossill Limestone Round Fire Pit Kit

  • Heats up to 10.5 sq. ft.
  • 2-piece ring insert made of steel for durability
  • Wedge shaped blocks are pre-cut for convenient installation
$630.74 /each

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The Fossill Limestone Stone Fire Pit has a lovely, natural-looking stacked stone appearance that will enhance your backyard. Once installed, the fire pit covers a sizable area offering a heating area of up to 10.5 sq. ft. The fire pit is easy to install and comes in a single pallet that includes 24 concrete blocks with multi-colored, naturally textured faces, 12 pre-cut top caps and a 2-piece steel ring insert.

  • I.D. is 44 in. and total O.D. is 66 in. for spacious heating
  • Burns wood
  • Heating area of up to 10.5 sq. ft.
  • Outer structure features concrete block construction with a stacked-stone appearance
  • 2-piece steel ring simply bolts together for convenient application, bolts included
  • Easy installation
  • Includes 24 concrete blocks with faces that are naturally textured and multi-colored, 12 pre-cut top caps, a 2-piece, 10 in. tall steel ring insert and bolts
  • Use your fire pit as a grill by purchasing separately our GR44 item # 202903079

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Customer Questions & Answers

Why is gravel needed in the bottom of the fire pit?

Gravel in the bottom would make clean out tough. We have a fire pit now, no gravel. I understand gravel in sides but not in the bottom of the fire pit..
Asked by: Rusty45
Gravel or rock is recommended in the base of the fire pit to allow for drainage from rain, snow melt, etc. If your fire pit drains fine as is then no issues. Thank you!
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2016-04-11

Can this be used with a natural gas kit?

Asked by: Brock
No, the firepit cannot be used with natural gas.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-09-29

Can you buy a spark cover for this fire pit?

I live in a forest with oaks...in California! I would only use in winter but wondering about spark control? Is there a cover available?
Asked by: Joyjay
After extensive research we are unable to locate a spark screen for this size of fire pit.
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2015-09-20

Does this fire pit require a drain if placed on top of a concrete slab?

Asked by: Lakegirl
A drain is not required but recommended in order to allow excess rain water to drain out of the bottom of the fire pit vs. the water finding its way between the blocks and carrying ash with it that will stain the concrete.
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2016-05-17

Should I glue the first row directly to my paver patio?

Asked by: Greg
It is not necessary to glue the first row down to the paver patio but do still glue the blocks and caps together as the directions state. Thank you and enjoy!
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2016-06-03

If putting together on top of a paver patio, what should I put in the bottom of the pit to aide drainage?

Asked by: Greg
If possible, remove the pavers from inside the fire pit and there may already be a 3-4" granular base that will work great for drainage. If not, excavate 3-4" of soil and install granular fill and this will take care of drainage. Thank you!
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2016-06-04

Is this kit customizable to work for a fire pit with a 36" interior diameter?

Asked by: Dbrassow
The top caps are designed to fit a fire pit that is 44" interior diameter but, that being said, it would be possible to remove a block from each row of the fire pit (in order to reduce the diameter), tighten the steel ring (drilling new holes for the bolts), and cutting the concrete top caps to the proper dimension to fit the new diameter. Good luck and thank you!
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2016-05-24

Safe to put on a wood deck? Half of my yard is a wooden deck. Does this come with a base(bottom),...

Safe to put on a wood deck? Half of my yard is a wooden deck. Does this come with a base(bottom), so it's safe to put directly on my wood deck? If not, should I build a base for it with bricks?
Asked by: tom
This fire pit doesn't come with a bottom so, therefore, it is not safe to put on a wood deck as is. A heat shield or fire brick barrier would be needed below the fire pit to protect the wooden deck. Thank you!
Answered by: NCP Customer Support
Date published: 2017-01-30
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44 in. Fossill Limestone Round Fire Pit Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Alert, One of the top pavers arrived broken in half! Ugh!. Discovered after I picked it up from t... Alert, One of the top pavers arrived broken in half! Ugh!. Discovered after I picked it up from the Home Depot store. Phoned customer service, and they promptly stated they would order an extra replacement top paver. Hopefully, it will be the correct color and size. Customer service said they would guarantee all parts. Haven't put it together yet, but will follow up with another review with pics and outcome/and recommendations. The stones look fantastic. My only quirk-is that it doesn't come with any 48" fire pit bowl insert-to help with ease of cleaning. I can't seem to find any on the internet that large either. We do have a 40" fire pit copper bowl insert from a previous fire pit, I may try to use in inside of the steel ring. I'll provide feedback. I would recommend this pit.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Looking Fire PIt I'm typically a 'do it yourself' kind of person, so buying a kit was not my first choice. However, after pricing out putting this size pit together on my own, I realized I would only save about $50-$100, and it most likely wouldn't look as good. So..... I sprung for this kit and am very pleased. I had it delivered to the store and they were able to fork lift it right into the back of my Yukon. Anything smaller and I would have had to take the pallet apart. I did inspect the top few rows of bricks at the store and everything looked good. Brought it home, unloaded it, and spread everything out for assembly. I already had the ground prepped, so assembly truly took less than 30 minutes. Getting the ground cleared, filled and leveled took me more than twice as long. The unit looks great. My wife loves it and the neighbors have given plenty of compliments. We've yet to light a fire as the temps have been in the 80s this past week, but will get it going this weekend. If I have any type of criticism, it's that the top pieces are not the same thickness. I made sure that the first two rows were completely level, but since the top pieces were not the same thickness, the finished product looks uneven. Not the biggest deal, but I'm a little OCD, so it kind of bugged me. My wife told me it looks fine. I built a 'table top' to put over the pit during warm weather so we can use for food and drinks. Haven't stained it yet so don't have any pics. Before putting the ring inside the bricks, I recommend spreading several inches of pea gravel. Make sure that the top of the ring clears the unfinished part of the bricks. Otherwise, if you don't do this, the dull grey part of the bricks will be exposed and it will take away from the look. One last thing... my back yard isn't that large so I was somewhat concerned that it might be too big. Although it is a good size, it's doesn't look out of place. As you'll see by the pics I ripped out a 20' circle of grass and filled with stone for seating. I think it fits perfectly. Hoping this turns into the handout place for my kids and their friends as well as neighbors and family. Would definitely recommend purchasing this product.
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fire pit! The blocks fitted together well, capstones fit well, the steel fire ring went together as designed. The only thing I needed was concrete wall adhesive. The thing looks great!
Date published: 2011-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks Just like it does in the pictures No surprises. Takes a little longer to set up than illustrated but I am pleased with it. Packaged nicely on one pallet. You will need to add some Stone or gravel as filler between steel rim and wall and on the ground.
Date published: 2012-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No trouble at all NOT one stone was broken. It did enclude two extra cap stones. Was easy to place once the ground was leveled. Delivery person was awesome.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Firepit Kit, very high quality! I had the 48" fire pit kit shipped to my closest Home Depot. The store was fantastic about loading the fire pit kit into my SUV. Be forewarned, it is very heavy. The store used a forklift to load the palletized fire pit kit into my SUV. I was quite concerned about my SUV bottoming out, but it worked out OK even though I had to drive 100 miles after picking it up. The blocks look fantastic and fit together well. The instructions are very simple to follow. Site preparation is the key!!! The ground needs to be flat so that you can arrange the first course of stones properly. I had additional issues because the association where my cabin is located requires a minimum depth of 18" for the fire pit. The kit results in a depth of about 14", so I had to make some modifications to the install. I first dug a hole to about 12" deep and got the bottom of my hole level using paver base. I then arranged bricks in the size and shape of the ring, and mortared 2 courses of bricks to raise the ring up by 8". I backfilled outside the bricks up to the top of the bricks and leveled the ground around the bricks with more paver base. I installed the fire pit block around the ring and leveled each brick individually when placing them. I ended up using 1 large tube of construction adhesive to lock everything together. I used quite a bit of adhesive on the blocks - way more than the quarter sized dallop the instructions suggested. The large adhesive tube contains 3x the amount of adhesive as the small tubes, and is the same cost as 2 small tubes. I ended up with a fire pit depth of 16 inches after adding 4" of crushed rock into the fire pit for drainage. My one small complaint is that I could not get the steel ring to be circular after assembling it. The ring comes in 2 halves that you bolt together. The area where the halves of the ring overlap is a flat section so there is good surface contact between the two halves of the ring. However, the flat sections result in an oblong shaped ring. I tried to bend the ring to be more round, but was unable to get the ring into a circular shape. It was close, but not quite circular. This caused minor problems with the cap stones. The blocks were no problem since I could arrange them in the oblong shape and they fit together well after some fiddling. The cap stones; however, are shaped to form a perfect circle, but I needed them to conform to the oblong shape of the blocks. I was able to get a great looking result by allowing very small gaps between the cap stones. Overall, I am happy with the results and the purchase. I considered just buying retaining wall blocks, but I really wanted the cap stones for a finished look. After I sourced the ring, the stones, the cap stones, and figured in the labor to shape the cap stones, the cost was very comparable to purchasing the kit, and the kit resulted in far less labor than shaping the cap stones as I built it. I would highly recommend this kit.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty much as described! The fire pit arrived and was exactly as shown when ordered. Took about 2 hours to assemble since I already had the site prepared. Some difficulty in getting the first row in since a couple of the pieces were different widths. Overall it came out very good. See attached picture. I did put porcelain tiles over the crushed stone to make cleaning easier.
Date published: 2015-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome buy looks way more expensive than it is We bought a new house and one must have was a fire pit and not just some small dinky metal one but one that we could build ourselves but didn't look a mess. I searched online and found this firepit. I was skeptical on how it would look and how hard it would be to set up. Was delivered fast, packaging was secure and was so easy to assemble. Pea gravel is the way to go when assembling this and make sure the black ring is level with the second layer of blocks otherwise when you fill the spaces with gravel it looks weird. Anyway the finished product is amazing and they even gave us extra top blocks incase one was cracked or defective.
Date published: 2015-04-29
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