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Fire Pits & Fireplaces


Enjoy a calming night fireside without the smoke and maintenance of a wood-burning fire. With features like remote start, you can get a fire started with the push of a button. And if you live in an area with restrictions on burning wood, clean propane lets you safely enjoy the relaxation of a real flame while following local regulations. Keep exploring to find ideas for your space.

the cleaner option

Traditional energy sources like wood and charcoal come at a cost to the environment. If you want to manage your environmental impact without giving up the ambience of real flames, choose a propane-powered option instead. Not only will they reduce your carbon footprint — they’ll keep your patio clear of soot and ash, and they won’t leave you smelling like a campfire when the party is over. In some regions, wood-burning fireplaces and fire pits are restricted at certain times of the year due to their negative effect on air quality. Another sweet bonus: Propane fireplaces deliver heat more efficiently than wood-burning ones, getting you to s’mores time sooner.

How to get started


Your new outdoor fireplace is about to become a beautiful focal point of your backyard or patio. Your best bet for getting started is to work with a local contractor that specializes in outdoor fireplaces. They may have a local showroom you can visit to get ideas. You should also contact your propane supplier for suggestions on a contractor to work with. Some suppliers even have their own showrooms with fireplaces they install. Both of these experts will also help you navigate any applicable city ordinances and permits you need to know about. Because installing a fireplace involves dealing with your propane line, this is not a DIY project — leave it to the professionals.


If you’re picturing a propane fire pit in your yard, first consider if you want a built-in option that’s permanently installed and powered by your propane line, or if you’d prefer a portable one that’s hooked up to a small propane tank. For your safety and the best results, the first step to getting a built-in fire pit is talking to your propane supplier and a local contractor who specializes in installing them. For portable fire pits, start browsing options online and check out what’s available in stores near you to see the variety of styles available.

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