Because fire never goes out of style
Short summers can cause a sense of loss as the season turns to autumn. But BBQ enthusiasts, patio vagabonds and bonfire junkies need not despair! You can extend the outdoor party well into winter.
With a variety of fire features there are plenty of options to suit your outdoor space. Here are some considerations:
A Good (Gas) Fire Pit
If you already have a fire pit, then the CROSSFIRE™ Brass Burner by Warming trends is a must. This brass fire pit burner uses cutting-edge technology to produce a taller, brighter, fuller flame that resembles a natural, wood burning fire (without the pain of having to chop and haul wood).
How, you ask? A gas and oxygen mixture shoots out of a jet at a high velocity as a super-charged flame, which keeps you warmer for longer, without having to do any work (or fight for a toasty, smoke-free spot near the fire).
An Outdoor Heater
Let’s face it, some outdoor heaters stick out like an industrial-looking sore thumb. However, there are some powerful outdoor heaters available that are elegant and beautiful, like the artisan fire bowl from Eldorado Stone. Position these strategically throughout your outdoor space and you’ll have a beautiful, warm patio or deck that you can enjoy throughout the winter.
A Wall-Mounted Patio Heater
If you’ve got young children you may not want to go with a gas fire pit because, honestly, can you really relax around a fire (or fire bowl) with little kids running around. Instead, try a wall-mounted patio heater. Although most commonly used at restaurants, you can find outdoor heaters designed for your covered patio, balcony, or deck and these can be installed high enough that the kids will stay safe and warm.
Electric Lamp Patio Heaters
Electric patio heaters are a perfectly safe option for a screened-in porch, plus you won’t need to deal with a gas or propane tank. Simply plug them into an outlet. You can find electric patio heaters that look like lamps, which is perfect for anyone who has extended their living space with an outdoor room.
In addition to these fire features you’ll need a sense of adventure, a love of the outdoors, and don’t forget your outdoor gear. With these items in hand you’re ready to extend your outdoor season well into winter.