Convex Rectangular Fire Pit
Looking for a gas fire pit with an elongated look? If that's the case, this may be exactly what you need. Offering premium construction out of metals like stainless steel, brass, and copper, as well as a variety of textures and your choice of lighting methods, we allow you to customize your gas pit to your heart's content.
What considerations do you need to make before purchasing a gas fire pit? We're glad that you asked! First, you'll want to think through the legal ramifications of your purchase. Are there local ordinances like wood-burning laws, deed restrictions or permits required? Many communities have some type of local ordinances that restrict how close fires may be to homes, structures and trees. This doesn't mean you can't have a fire pit--just that you'll want to check that you have the space to align your fire pit with the requirements of your local laws. There may also be paperwork to file and approvals to get before you can do any major renovations or construction if you’re building a permanent fixture. A certified contractor may be required if you’re connecting to gas lines, and your HOA or city hall would have the answers here. Have questions that the CopperSmith team can help with? Our customer service team is standing by and would be thrilled to help you however we can.
You'll also want to consider whether or not your backyard space is meant for a fire pit. What size outdoor space do you have access to? Not every backyard is built to handle a full-size fire pit, and that's okay--just be sure to indicate the appropriate size in your purchase, so that our artisans can get started handcrafting exactly what you need. You'll also want to consider the architecture or landscaping around your home. Is there a lot of wood that you want to be wary of? Perhaps you'll want a plate cover to control the flame. What about overhanging branches, low-hanging plants or awnings? You'll want to take care of those prior to installation. Despite all of this, brass gas fire pits are some of the safest options on the market, so as long as you place them in a safe space, you should be absolutely good to go.
Finally, you'll want to consider budget. With each customization comes a different level of financial investment in your outdoor gas fire pit purchase. Of course we want you to shoot for the moon, but we also want you to buy the exact right choice for you and your family. Despite this, consider whether or not you plan to keep your home forever. An attractive fire pit could be exactly the upgrade you've been looking for to entice new buyers and get your home on its best foor forward.