Fire pits have come a long way since humans first discovered fire. Nowadays, digging a hole in the ground is not nearly as trendy as the sleek new design of a low smoke fire pit. And while fires are still a great place to gather or grill food, the added benefit of a low smoke fire pit is – you guessed it, less smoke.
Choosing the right fire pit shape for your backyard space can be daunting. You want to make sure that it’s aesthetically pleasing, not too big, yet not to small, and is something that you want to sit in front of and enjoy instead of adding more stress to your life.
These days, a fire pit is more than just a place to keep warm or to tell tales of yore. Now, a fire pit is something that can become the focal point of your backyard getaway, an eye-catching centerpiece that adds the finishing touch to your patio, or if you already like fire, a nice addition to your collection of TIKI® torches.
Did you know multiple studies have shown that the flame and glow of a fire can help reduce your blood pressure? Using your fire pit and getting outdoors provides a variety of wellness benefits that last far beyond a gathering with friends. Here are a few ways a fire pit helps with your personal wellness.
Your backyard fire pit is not only a gathering point and centerpiece for your yard, it’s also an investment. Your goal is to get way more enjoyment out of gathering around the fire than it takes to build and maintain the fire pit. Here are five simple ways to make it a positive equation.
Totally de-contructing the fire pit experience - from shopping and purchase to delivery, set up and experience - made all the difference in launching the TIKI® Brand Patio Fire Pit.
The reviews are in!
Let’s face it. There are a lot of fire pit options today and it’s difficult to feel like you’re making the right decision. Luckily, there are plenty of places to read reviews from expert testers, as well as people just like you.
Sitting around a campfire can be one of the most relaxing and enjoyable outdoor activities, but no one likes being chased away by a smoky fire. What's the best way to start a fire in a fire pit to produce minimal smoke? Here are a few tips to help you to take in the moment, not the smoke.
Let's face it, decorating your backyard and patio can be a daunting task, especially if you aren't quite sure on the look you are going for. Adding a fire pit to the mix can seem even more stressful.
Thankfully, there are plenty of inspirational and aspirational photos to look at online, and in this article, we'll provide a few ideas to help you create the backyard of your dreams using a low smoke fire pit.
Let’s face it, you spend enough time trying to keep the inside of your house clean, so the last thing you want to think about is having to clean outside as well. When it comes to cleaning a fire, they’re not all created equal. If you are looking for a low maintenance option, there are several to choose from.