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Necessories 48 in. Grand Concrete Fire Pit in Santa Fe with Cooking Grate
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Necessories

48 in. Grand Concrete Fire Pit in Santa Fe with Cooking Grate

  • Steel and concrete construction designed to last a lifetime
  • Doubles as outdoor cookout pit with removable cooking grate
  • Includes everything needed for building in less than an hour
$480.00 /each
Color/Finish: Santa Fe
  • Bluestone
  • Desert
  • Santa Fe

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Necessories Fire Pit with Cooking Grate will make any backyard cookout an instant success. Nothing beats the full flavor of food cooked over an open flame and with 252 sq. in. of area, the 12 in. x 21 in. Cooking Grate offers plenty of room to roast up whatever you're hungry for. This easy to build kit comes complete with everything needed to build (even gloves) and builds in about 30 minutes. The extremely high quality, 10-Gauge steel fire ring insert and grate are the same used by the U.S. National Park Service and will last a lifetime. The swivel cooking grate is specially designed for one handed operation and meets ADA (Americans with Disability Act) guidelines for ease of operation. The high-density Rockwood fire ring blocks are drum tumbled for a rustic old-world look that will compliment any outdoor landscape.

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  • Assembled dimension: 48 in. W x 48 in. D x 12 in. H, 31 in. I.D.
  • Includes a removable 12 in. x 21 in. swivel cooking grate, perfect for any outdoor cookout
  • Comes complete with everything needed to build, including fire-ring block, 10-Gauge steel insert, adhesive and gloves
  • Includes easy-to-read course-by-course instructions
  • Builds in under 1-hour no special tools needed
  • Attractive, high-density concrete fire-ring block, drum tumbled for attractive old-world look
  • Santa Fe color is a gorgeous blend of gray, sandstone and brown
  • Fire ring insert is an extremely durable, single piece, 10-Gauge steel ring (same used by U.S. National Park Service), no assembly required
  • 31 in. interior ring diameter is within the 36 in. maximum interior diameter enforced by some community building regulations

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can the steel insert be purchased separately?

If not available from HD who is the manufacturer?
Asked by: Mayflower
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Mayflower. The steel insert is included with this fire pit kit for you convenience. We do not sell it separately. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2016-09-27

what is the color? It looks different in each photo?

Looking at the pictures - some look like a brick red color and others look tan.... which is it?
Asked by: Lane
That answer doesnt help. I am asking what the color looks like - is it reddish or tan. Looks different in each picture
Answered by: Lane
Date published: 2016-06-29

Is the grill piece removable so the ring can be used just for a fire?

Asked by: Joanne
Yes, it just lifts off and on. It came with a bolt to make a permanent attachment, but I didn't use it because I wanted to be able to remove the grill; it doesn't make any difference in the usability or stability of the grill.
Answered by: griller1
Date published: 2016-11-03

48 inche firepit inside or outside diameter?

Asked by: Donnie
48 inches is the outside diameter. 31 inches is the inside diameter.
Answered by: Johnnie200
Date published: 2016-09-05
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Customer Reviews

48 in. Grand Concrete Fire Pit in Santa Fe with Cooking Grate is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic family project The directions were well written, simple and easy to follow. Having my grandson help made the installation a little longer, but was certainly worth the time. I have plans to install another fire pit for another family member.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything was delivered on time and it was on two pallets already put together. A few stones h... Everything was delivered on time and it was on two pallets already put together. A few stones had some minor chips. But they were not deal breaking. Put them on the bottom row. Install was easy and the fire pit looks very good installed. Buying the kit keeps you from piecing this all together. You just re-assemble it as it was delivered. You don't necessarily have to you the stone adhesive either. Stones stay in place pretty well. The cooking grate adds a classy touch that is very useful. Overall, happy with purchase!
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good looking pit, easy to assemble. We did minor leveling before hand, used sand as a base, th... Good looking pit, easy to assemble. We did minor leveling before hand, used sand as a base, then used more sand inside the pit. Used some lava rocks designed for charcoal grills on top of the sand inside, to bring level of base up to the black ring. Looks great, and we have built great fires already. The only frustrating thing was the delivery.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My husband and son-in-law put this together but the hardest part was leveling our ground. Puttin... My husband and son-in-law put this together but the hardest part was leveling our ground. Putting this together was a piece of cake. It was the perfect size for our needs.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A vast improvement over our last fire pit which lasted several years. This one looks super and wa... A vast improvement over our last fire pit which lasted several years. This one looks super and was easy to install.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grand Fire Pit 48 in Took about an hour to assemble. Looks great. I like it
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Price for Basic Pit I had to use the $19 Home Depot rental truck to get this bad boy home, but it was worth it. The cooking grate works well (nothing like a steak cooked over an open fire!) and is easy to remove and replace for a good fire. The literature enclosed with the kit described optional equipment you could obtain, but they are not available from Home Depot: spark screen, metal pit cover, stone caps for top of pit. Contacted the manufacturer and they referred me to a local lumber yard that could order those items. Found out I could have ordered everything, pit and all, from the lumber yard and they would have delivered it to me for free!
Date published: 2015-05-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fire pit is great but you'll need more materials and effort I would have given this fire pit a 5-star rating if it were not for the installation and additional materials required that are not mentioned in the product description. It is not until your get and read the instructions that you see what is involved. So the fire pit itself is terrific. But the amount of materials needed to install it and the amount of actual time to install it is a different story. After spending this much money and finding out there is even more to do, it is a bit frustrating. You will see in the instructions they inform you that you need a foundation of either stone or concrete, both of which require a significant amount of either material. The stone is supposed to be 6" deep and the concrete 4" and you are making the foundation larger than the pit itself so it could be a bit daunting. I went the way of the concrete option as I had no way of getting the volume of stone and sand needed for that foundation choice. I wound up digging and pouring a ring instead of a full circle foundation as well. I figured this would save me a little effort and materials. It took approx. 8 - 80 lb bags of the crack resistant Quikcrete to poor the ring. I tried to dig the ring to about a 5" depth to allow for the pebbles I used for drainage under the concrete; and then I wound up pouring about a 4" depth of Quikcrete on top of the pebbles I had tamped down prior. You want to ensure your foundation is going to end up as level as possible too before you pour. The concrete ring extends to about 3-4" on the outside of the pit but only about an inch or two on the inside of the pit. This should give you enough room to stack the stones around on top of the ring and have a bit of a concrete edge. The fire pit itself has an outside diameter of 48" and an inside of 31." I suppose you could just build the pit directly on the ground; but you would need a very level part of the yard to do so and it may not be as sturdy ultimately. I just did what was in the instructions, with a little modification (the ring) of course. I dug about a 15" hole in the center of the pit using a post hole digger. This is for drainage; and it is an optional choice I made that is not in the instructions. The drainage hole and the entire center of the pit is then filled with gravel (do not use river rocks or pebbles) up to the top of the first layer of stone once you get the fire pit built. Then you will build your pit. There are 3 layers of 19 stones that you'll want to stagger each layer as you go. You will see. Because I wanted the option of being able to take the fire pit with me should I move, I did not use the stone glue that came with the kit. As it turns out, the fire pit is fairly sturdy on the concrete foundation without it. This was just a choice I made. You may prefer to use it. All told you will need at least eight 80 lb bags of Quikcrete (more if you opt to do a full circle foundation), 6-7 50 lb bags of gravel to fill the drainage hole and center of the fire pit, and about three 50 lb bags of small pebbles for drainage underneath the concrete ring. These items are NOT included with the fire pit; and add an additional 1100 lbs roughly in materials you will be handling and roughly another $150 or so to the cost. The LTL curb side delivery was efficient enough. You just need someone at home to receive the delivery (be sure to inspect it before you sign for it) and to move it up out of the street or off your sidewalk, as they do not bring it to your house or move it for you. It's around 1100 lbs of materials being delivered. The gloves that come with the kit look and seem nice but I actually tore a hole in one before I finished stacking all the stones. The steel ring insert is heavy duty and I think really nice. It's similar to what you would find in a camp ground. The $430 price tag is steep, even though it does come with the grill. It seems you can get the same pit without the grill for nearly $200 less. Isn't that interesting? It's a bit of effort to get the thing to come together but the finished product seems worth it. Now if the weather would be nice enough to get out and have some more fires, that would be great. I'd like to use the thing after all the effort and money I put into it.
Date published: 2013-02-19
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