Although gas fire pits are not that difficult to install in most cases, great care is required to complete the process successfully. Without the experienced hand of a professional, the chance for an improper installation is high, and aside from simply having your fire pit failing, you can also expose yourself and your family to a very real fire hazard.
The installation of a gas fire pit starts with using something like sand, gravel, stone and even brick for the bottom layer, on top of which the fire pit will be installed. That’s because these materials are not flammable, so they can protect your property in the event that something goes wrong.
The process of installing your fire pit involves careful measurement and examination of the surrounding area to prevent fires, ensure that gas can be easily and safely fed into the fire pit without any leakage, and that there is no danger of anything in the surrounding area catching fire, even if the gas output is turned up at maximum.
Gas fire pits are efficient, and they burn cleanly. However, they are still very hazardous if installed incorrectly. The proper way to get your gas fire pit installed is by calling your trusted local fire pit contractors. Firepit Outfitters are the best at ensuring proper attention to detail and safety, so you can keep using your newly installed fire pit in the long run without any problems.