Fire Pits Installer in Mission Viejo and Nearby Areas

Fire pits are the perfect outdoor centerpiece to complete the look of your backyard landscape. Spending quality time with your family and friends around the fire while bidding sunset a farewell is a great way to cap your day. A custom-built fire pit can serve as a focal point for your outdoor living space. By letting our team design and construct your backyard fireplace, you’re sure to have a durable, safe to use, and unique-looking fire pit to complete the look of your landscape oasis. Choosing the right team to design the perfect outdoor fireplace for your family is the key. There are various materials to choose from when constructing a fire pit, and we can walk you through the essential things to consider when considering the ideal fire pit to suit your needs.

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Fire Pit Pre-Installation Checklist

Fire pits are one of the most popular additions to an Orange County backyard. However, it is important to ensure that you go through this checklist before installation.

  1. Check with your homeowner’s association about the regulations of fire pit installation.
  2. Always have a fire extinguisher ready.
  3. Your fire pit placement is of the essence, and it should be at least 10-feet away from any flammable structure.
  4. Always plan a firebreak when designing your fire pit
  5. Always seek professional installation from a reputable company

Types of Fire Pits

Fire pits can generally be grouped into categories, and this would depend on the type of fuel each uses. Let’s run down the list of the fuel types used for fire pits to help you choose which one is most ideal for your backyard needs:

Wood Burning Fire Pits

This type of fire pit is a replica of a natural campfire. If you’re looking for an authentic experience while enjoying the warmth from the wood-burning, this is the best choice for you.

Gel Fuel Fire Pits

If you’re looking for portability, versatility, quality flames, and unique design, gel fuel pits are most ideal for your needs. There are two kinds of designs for this type: the tabletop fireplace and the gel-fueled logs.

Fire Pit Styles and Features

The choice of which fire pit style to choose will depend on your outdoor space and personal taste. Some of the most common styles are:

  • Fire bowls – Often not permanently installed and therefore can be moved around any graveled space.
  • BBQ fire pits – These are more functional and can be used for barbecuing or socializing during COVID-19.
  • Fire rings – Offer space for a group to sit around the fireplace comfortably in U or circle shapes.
  • Fire table – These are very modern outdoor fireplaces that are ideal for creating a special atmosphere. It is possible to make these safer by encasing the area in fire glass to contain the flame. Fire glass can also refer to tempered glass, which sits in the basin of firepits and becomes a visual delight.

Fire pits can double as ideal patio heaters that provide excellent warmth. This means any outdoor living space becomes functional throughout the evening and nights.

Choose the Right Landscape Service in Orange County, CA

Our expert team can transform all types of outdoor areas by installing a visually stunning and one-of-a-kind fire pit at your home.  You can look at the work we have done for previous customers on our website and read reviews and testimonials.

Our customer service team is always available to help discuss any question or concern you might have, so give us a ring today.

We provide our services throughout Orange County, including many popular neighborhoods, such as Yorba Linda, Riverside, CA, San Diego, and Tustin in Orange, CA.

You can request a free price estimate for your outdoor fireplace by contacting us at Signature Landscape today.

Frequently Asked Questions about Fire Pits

What is a fire pit?

What are the different types of fire pits?

There are several types of fire pits, including wood-burning fire pits, gas fire pits, propane fire pits, and natural gas fire pits.

How do you start a fire in a fire pit?

To start a fire in a fire pit, you should first ensure that the area around the fire pit is clear of any flammable materials. Next, stack the firewood in the center of the fire pit and use kindling or fire starters to ignite the firewood.

How do you put out a fire in a fire pit?

To put out a fire in a fire pit, you should first let the fire burn down until there are no more flames or embers. Then, use water or sand to extinguish any remaining embers or hot spots.

Can you cook over a fire pit?

Yes, you can cook over a fire pit. You can use a grill grate or a tripod with a cooking pot or Dutch oven to prepare food over the fire.