Category Archives for "Masonry Construction"
I’m not going to spend time explaining step by step how to build an in ground fire pit, I’m pretty sure there are lots of sites telling you that information. Instead, I’m going to talk to you about the possibilities that you have when you’re looking to have an in ground fire pit built in […]Continue reading
In all honesty, we haven’t built a nice variety of fire pit designs in our areas of service. Most people want to go with the classic round fire pit, and very few of them chose to have benches built for their backyards, so that doesn’t give a nice variety of fire pit designs for our […]Continue reading
If you already know if it’s okay to install a fire pit in your home, I’m going to make things very easy for you with this article. I’m about to open your mind to new fire pit forms and ideas that can fit your home, its personality, and obviously increase its looks and value. […]Continue reading
Before I write about some fire pit ideas and designs for your place, I have to help you find out if a fire pit is a good idea for your backyard. There are several factors to consider before building a fire pit in your home, so I have a list here of the most important […]Continue reading
I already wrote about the differences between fire pits and chimenea in the previous article “Which is Better a Chimenea or a Fire Pit?.” Now, I’m going to talk about the other option that some people ask about (although this isn’t as popular): “Which is better a fire pit or an outdoor fireplace?.” […]Continue reading
When I’m building a stone wall, laying driveway pavers, building a travertine patio, or doing any other masonry job, some of my costumers feel the confidence to ask me the difference between fire pits and chimeneas, and which one is better for them. Since I’m not the guy who’s going to try to sell them […]Continue reading
If you are a regular reader, you probably know that we are going to start talking about fire pits for some time during this month. Winter is pretty much knocking on the door and having a backyard fire pit is always a nice idea if you’d love to go outdoors even if there’s a pretty […]Continue reading