Learn HOW HOT DOES A FIRE PIT GET?

HOW HOT DOES A FIRE PIT GET?

Entertaining outside is now a year-long activity thanks to smokeless fire pit improvements. Making s'mores in the summer or staying warm on a cool night, your outdoor fire pit's temperature plays an important role. But how hot can a fire pit get and what impacts the temperature? 
 
Several factors contribute to a fire pit's heat: style, size, and fuel. 

 

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Style 
Wood burning fire pits are available in a variety of styles, sizes and materials. These materials ultimately determine how hot the fire itself gets.  
 
People use stone or brick for built-in pits and metal for standalone options. Standalone options can reach temperatures between 600 and 1,000 degrees. Higher quality materials and the design of the fire pit help disperse that heat correctly. 

 

Size 
Bigger pits generally produce more heat. Why? Because you can add more fuel and get more oxygen to them, meaning they will burn hotter. Large or small, TIKI® Brand has a smokeless fire pit to fit any outdoor space.  

 

Fuel 
The type of fuel you use for your fire will determine the fire's temperature.  
 
Wood is a popular choice for its natural and rustic feel. It not only provides warmth but creates a cozy ambiance with crackling sounds and mesmerizing flames.  
 
If you prefer a cleaner and more convenient option, propane can be a great alternative. Propane fire pits like the TIKI® Propane Fire Pit are easy to use and require minimal effort to ignite and control the flame. They offer the advantage of adjustable heat settings, allowing you to customize the temperature according to your preference. Additionally, propane fires produce less smoke and ash, making them a cleaner option for your outdoor space. 

 

For those seeking a hassle-free, instant fire-starting experience, there are TIKI® Brand Wood Packs. These packs provide a quick and easy way to ignite your fire pit without the need for additional fuel or kindling. Simply place a pack in your fire pit, light it up, and enjoy a hassle-free fire experience.

 

Ultimately, the fuel choice you select depends on your personal preference and the requirements of your outdoor space. Consider factors such as convenience, cleanliness, and the desired temperature range when making your decision. Regardless of fuel type, always prioritize safety and ensure you follow the instructions for proper usage and maintenance. 
 
To get the desired heat, use quality materials, the right size, and appropriate fuel. Then create a cozy and warm atmosphere for gatherings and simply enjoy the mesmerizing flames.  

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