Fireplaces and Fire Pits
Building an outdoor fireplace is a huge commitment. Most of these fireplaces are permanent structures and will remain a part of your home for many years. This means that they have to remain attractive to you and any future owners of your property.
The first thing to consider when building an outdoor fireplace is where to place it. Many people choose to put a fireplace near the pool or on a deck that is used for entertaining. The next thing to consider is what type of fuel you are going to burn in your fireplace – wood or gas. Lastly, you will need to choose your fireplace materials. Most outdoor fireplaces are constructed with beautiful stone and brick. There are many styles to choose from and our 3D imaging can paint that picture for you before the project is even started. You can even customize your fireplace to make it perfectly accent your home and property. Once you have done this, it is time to begin construction so you can start enjoying your outdoor fireplace.
Patio fire pits have come a long way in the last 10 years. While some are freestanding in your back yard, many are built in as a permanent patio feature. Patio fire pits are growing in popularity, and once you’ve used one, you’ll wonder why you never got one before. Patio fire pits allow you to enjoy a fire fueled by wood or natural gas. They’re usually very attractive and are available in many natural stone styles to match your patio and outdoor living space, so there’s no need to put them away – they can be part of your permanent patio design. You simply build a fire in it and enjoy the coziness and warmth of your beautiful fire pit.