Natural Stone Gas Fire Pits, Andesite / Basalt
Natural Stone Gas Fire Pit, Andesite / Basalt Stone
Approximately: 30"-34" long x 24"-28" wide x 16" tall, 400 - 600 lbs. (varies)
Who doesn't enjoy the ambiance of a nice, warm fire on a cool evening? Designed and developed by Impact Imports in Boise, Idaho, each of these natural stone fire pits is unique and is hand cut from a single piece of andesite stone (a type of basalt). Typical sizes range from 30-36" x 24-28" x 16" tall and will blend perfectly in any outdoor living space. This product is designed primarily to sit over the top of a stubbed-up gas line (natural gas or propane) with the connection to the gas made inside the fire pit. Not only is the connection simple, the operation is simple too: light the fire with a long lighter and adjust the flame height with a simple key valve. There are no electronic components, so there is nothing to fail in the elements. Be prepared to lift your new fire pit with some equipment because they weigh in a range from 400-600+ pounds. But they are a solid, built-for-a-lifetime product!
Andesite stone (basalt) has great visual character and texture and the addition of the gas fire in Lava Stone Media or Fire Glass media makes it even more beautiful. Each fire pit is truly unique, no two are the same. 60,000 - 80,000 btu / hour, match light & valve control for ultimate simplicity, safety and durability in the outdoor elements.
Our andesite stone gas burning fire pits come complete with natural lava stone fire media, stainless steel burner with a lifetime warranty and manual gas valve. Burn propane or natural gas (choose gas type when placing your order). Before shipping, we 'tune' your natural stone gas fire pit to maximize flame height and heat output, but typically they are a minimum of 60,000 btus per hour with match light valve control for simplicity and durability. Colorful tempered glass fire media (1/2" or larger) can also be used with our fire pits (follow installation instructions in the manual to prevent back pressure).
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