For most of us, autumn also comes with a trace of regret that the hot days will be fewer and fewer and we will not be able to spend so much time outside, in the months to come.
We know that we will have to retire indoors, as soon as possible, to “hibernate” on the couch, in the living room, waiting, with a cup of tea in hand, for the upcoming spring.
But those who are lucky enough to have a garden or terrace can be much more optimistic.
With a minimum of effort and relatively low costs, you can arrange outside your home a warm and welcoming space, where you can spend your weekends and evenings with your loved ones, even when it gets colder outside.
For open spaces, specially arranged in the backyard, a fire pit is a great addition. The advantage lies in the 360-degree view, which means that people can literally gather around the fire, enjoying a cup of mulled wine and great conversations. There is a wide variety of patio fire pit sizes and models, adapted for any type of outdoor setting and budget, so you will not have difficulty finding your favorite model, whether it is portable (make from steel, cast iron or ceramic) or built from stones or brick.
For the construction or installation of a fire pit, however, you will need a specialist, so as not to risk anything. Fire pits use different fuels, and fire can become dangerous, so all the details of the design and installation must be well considered, to prevent any potential accidents.