The Best Firepit In 2017
A fire pit or a fire hole can vary from to an elaborate gas structures made of metal, stone or brick or a pit dug in the ground. They are commonly designed to enclose fire and prevent it from spreading. Having a pit in your outdoor space can prove to be highly beneficial in not only extending your party space outdoors, but also help you lengthen your fall and spring seasons by helping you stay warm during the chilly evenings. Firepits can add value to your space and make your home stand apart from the others.
Here are the most popular firepits on the market today:
The Best Firepit In 2017 - Comparison
#1 - Uniflame Endless Summer - Our Choice
The classy and attractive UniFlame WAD820SP Endless Summer is a great option to help keep your guests feeling warm and nice during those chilly evenings on your deck, porch or veranda
Made of marble and slate, this pit is decorated with copper accents and rests squarely on wrought iron stands.
While the 22 inch diameter black porcelain bowl helps load, tend and burn firewood easily, the steel grate and easy to lift spark arrestor help provide safety.
Measuring 34 inches in diameter and weighing about 58 pounds, this beautiful looking outdoor pit can match any outdoor decor and make you outdoor surrounding look beautiful and attractive.
- 34 in. diameter fire bowl heats up to 150 sq. ft.
- Wood burning for convenient heating
- Black wrought-iron stand is durable
#2 - Landmann Garden Lights Savannah Pit
The Landmann 26364 Savannah features unique and stylish cut outs on the fire box and provides 360 degree fire viewing.
Made of steel, this pit includes poker decorative spark screen and is equipped with decorative ring handles for easy transport.
Easy to assemble, this bowl of fire cleans up easily and can prove to be a great addition to your backyard or patio.
#3 - Heininger 5995
If you one of those people who are looking to enjoy the warmth of fire outdoors without burning wood, then the Heininger 5995 is the one for you.
Light weight and portable, this pit burns clean and smokeless fire
This model is an ideal option for camping trips or to light up your patio or backyard.
- Used for camping, backyards, patios or tailgating
- Burns clean and smokeless
- Outland Fire Bowl distributed by Heninger
#4 - Pleasant Hearth Bradford
The Pleasant Hearth Bradford can be used to burn fire outdoors or be converted into an attractive table for year round usage and enjoyment.
Featuring copper accents on the beautiful natural slate tile, decorative side panels and legs constructed of steel; this pit proves to be a perfect tool for the cool and chilly nights.
Equipped with a steel grate that helps circulate air flow and allow the fire to burn steadily and consistently, this pit also includes a mesh spark guard to prevent embers form escaping and a chrome grill grid that allows you cook food.
In addition, the matching rubber steel top lid available with pit can prove to be quite handy in helping you convert it into a table as well as protect the fire bowl especially when it is not in use.
- 34-inch large natural slate top with copper accents, steel leg construction, decorative side panels all in a rubbed bronze finish
- A mesh spark guard cover for added safety, a poker included to lift spark guard and to tend firewood
- Steel grate design which allows air flow circulation for consistent fires, ash catcher included and holes for water drainage
#5 - Landmann Big Sky Fire Pit
The Landmann 28347 Big Sky Fire Pit featuring spark screen and poker is a great way to stay warm during the cold chilly nights.
This outdoor heating equipment features a full size cooking grate and comes almost totally assembled.
The wildlife cutouts on the side of this firepit glow and look beautiful in the darkness, providing a unique nighttime ambience.
Easy to clean and maintain, this pit allows you to enjoy the beautiful fire without approaching its considerable capacity.
- Outdoor fire pit with spark screen and poker
- Wildlife cutouts glow for a unique nighttime ambience
- Black finish for less cleaning
Do you own any of the firepits mentioned here? Did you choose a different one? Let us know in the comments!