When you have an outdoor gas fire pit, you don’t have to worry about the fire residue or ashes. They are safe, easy-to-ignite, residue-free, and smokeless. One the contrary, wood-burning fire pits appear more realistic and give you campfire-like experience. If you are a lover of that crackling noise that dry woods make when burnt, you should be prepared with an ash bucket and shovel to collect the ash after use. While removing the ash from the pit, make sure there are no hot embers in it and the fire was extinguished completely.
When you prefer a metal fire pits outdoor heating Woodbridge, you need to be resolute to fight rust and corrosion in advance. Metal pits are mostly prone to catch rust when left out to environmental elements. To fight it off, you may use a soap and water mixture to scrub the stubborn rust. You may also consider applying paint or coating that is heat resistant and protect your fire pit from rusting. For more information on outdoor fireplaces and maintenance, you may contact Sequoia Land Design.