Category Archives for "Masonry Construction"
It’s been a while since I had the chance to review for this blog, and honestly I’m not really happy to have free time right now. This Napa earthquake really brought a lot of chaos to our beautiful city and the entire Napa Valley and Bay Area. I don’t have electrical power right now after […]Continue reading
This is the final article I’m going to write about fire pits. If you followed us during this time, I think you already know a lot of pros and cons about fire pit construction in your property. First of all, you need to know if you can build a fire pit in your home. If […]Continue reading
Fire pit benches are the last option that you may look for when looking for somebody to build a fire pit. A lot of people consider fire pit benches to be an extra expense, and they also feel it’s not worth it. I get asked about this from time to time, and I always give […]Continue reading
I already wrote about other material options that you can choose from if you want to build a fire pit in your home. If you missed those articles, I’ll remind you of them and link to them directly right now: Inground Fire Pit, Cinder Block Fire Pit, Brick Fire Pit, Natural Stone Fire Pit, and […]Continue reading
Natural stone fire pit installations are some of the most beautiful projects that I have seen in NorCal, and I love the interest of people in these firepits. As we get closer to finish our fire pit series promotion, I’ve seen good response from some of our readers. Sometimes that response ends up with a […]Continue reading
Brick fire pit projects are not uncommon at all in Northern California (NorCal), I think they’re more popular than a cinder block fire pit and the difference in price is not as big if you know what type of bricks to choose. I prefer brick fire pits because the surface looks much better (from my […]Continue reading
A cinder block wall is very common nowadays because it’s cost effective, and quick to finish. Lately, a lot of people is making house upgrades using cinder blocks, because cinder block prices make them a great alternative for building anything, including a fire pit. In the previous article I was talking about the in-ground fire […]Continue reading