Plantation Pavers is Southeast Florida's leading fire pit construction specialist. With over a decade of experience, we have developed our own proprietary techniques to construct the most stunning and long-lasting fire pits possible. Our team of skilled craftsmen work closely with you every step of the way to ensure that your new addition will look as good years from now as it does when you first installed it!
From designing your perfect outdoor space, to installing your new fireplace, we do everything it takes to make sure that you get the most out of your investment. So why wait? Call us today so we can help turn your space into the perfect retreat!
When choosing a fire pit design, it is important to consider your specific needs and wants. If you are looking for something that can be used year-round, then a traditional brick or stone design may work best for you. On the other hand, if you primarily plan to use your fire pit during the warmer months, an open-air style might be more suited for you. Whatever your preferences may be, Plantation Pavers will help guide you in making the perfect choice! We offer a variety of styles and materials so that every backyard can enjoy beautiful outdoor flames!
Gas fire pits can be a great choice for people who are looking for an easy and convenient way to enjoy the outdoors. They typically use less fuel than traditional wood-burning fire pits, which means you'll save money over time when purchasing propane vs fire wood (unless you have access to free fire wood). Plus, they're much easier to operate – all you need is some kind of ignition source (like a lighter or match) to get started! Or, many modern gas fire pits even have a built-in ignition source to make things even easier.
On the other hand, if you're someone who loves the smell and feel of real flames burning in your fireplace, then a traditional wood-burning pit may be more suited for you. These fires require considerably more fuel to maintain a steady fire, which can add up over time. However, if you're comfortable with this additional expenditure and additional work required to get a fire started and maintained, wood-burning pits offer a unique and authentic experience that is hard to find in other types of fires. So whichever option is right for you – we always recommend consulting with an expert before making any commitments!
Plantation Pavers can help guide your choices and ensure that you get the most out of your backyard space.
There are a variety of materials that can be used for fire pits, and each has its own benefits and drawbacks. Some of the most popular fire pit materials include:
Concrete is a durable material that can hold up to years of wear and tear without breaking. This type of firepit is usually affordable too, making it an ideal option for beginner homeowners or small businesses.
Stone fires are beautiful but also require a bit more care than concrete fires. They're ideal for outdoor spaces that will be used regularly, as they can hold up to weather conditions and stay clean. However, stone fire pits can be more expensive than other options.
Glass & metal
Glass is an amazing material for fire pits because it's both heat resistant and waterproof. This makes it perfect for use in areas that are prone to high winds or rain interference (like patios). However, glass fires do require special cleaning instructions and care, so you should only choose this type of pit if you're confident you'll be able to take care of it.
Porcelain is a heat resistant material that's popular for fire pits because it doesn't produce any ash or soot when the fire is used. This makes it great for areas where smog or smoke are an issue, like indoor spaces. However, porcelain fires tend to be more expensive than other options and they can also be difficult to keep clean.
For more options or discuss your needs, contact Plantation Pavers today!
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