Natural gas fire pits provide a practical solution for those who want the open flame of a fire pit or campfire in their backyards, but don't want a traditional wood-burning fire pit. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind as you make your purchase.
1. A gas fire pit can cost from two to ten times more than wood-burning fire pits, but many owners believe the lack of mess and maintenance makes the higher price worth it.
2. Gas fire pits typically run on either natural gas or propane. Some include converters so that you can use one or the other to build a fire in your gas fire pit.
3. There are several styles of gas fire pits available to choose from. Some popular finishes include stainless steel, stone, copper.
4. Styles of gas fire pits range from portable to grounded, with some fixed stone gas fire pits so elaborate they seem like an extension of your patio. These permanent fixtures create a more classic or retro feel than their portable cousins, and can even increase the value of your home.
5. Some natural gas fire pits are equipped with a grill to cook food, while others are there just to exude natural beauty.
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