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Fire and Water Bowls

How to Choose a Fire Water Bowl?

Choosing the perfect fire water bowl for your outdoor space involves a few key considerations:

  • Location: Determine where to place the fire water bowl, considering space availability, proximity to flammable materials, and aesthetic appeal. Ensure that there is adequate clearance around the fire water bowl to prevent any potential hazards. Place the fire water bowl in an area with good ventilation to allow for proper airflow and dispersal of smoke. Avoid enclosed or poorly ventilated spaces.
  • Size: Choose a fire water bowl size that will look proportional to your outdoor space size. Ensure it balances with the surroundings and integrates smoothly with your setup for a harmonious look. Measure the available space in your outdoor area to determine the appropriate size for the fire water bowl.
  • Safety: Prioritize fire water bowls with sturdy construction and stable bases to ensure safe operation in your outdoor space.
  • Features: Choose a bowl with adjustable flames and easy ignition for versatile ambiance control.
  • Design: Choose a fire water bowl that enhances your outdoor aesthetic, seamlessly blending with your decor and style preferences.

What Material Should You Choose for the Fire Water Bowl?

Consider these factors carefully when selecting the material for your fire water bowl to ensure it meets your aesthetic preferences, durability requirements, and maintenance expectations.

Copper Fire Water Bowls

Pros:

Elegant appearance: Copper fire water bowls offer a luxurious and sophisticated aesthetic, adding a touch of elegance to outdoor spaces.

Excellent heat conductivity: Copper distributes heat evenly, ensuring efficient and effective water warming.

Cons:

Requires maintenance: Copper is prone to tarnishing over time, necessitating regular cleaning and polishing to maintain its shine and prevent corrosion.

Hammered Copper:

Pros:

Unique texture: The hammered texture adds character and visual interest to the fire water bowl, creating a distinctive look.

Durable construction: Hammered copper bowls are typically sturdy and long-lasting.

Cons:

Prone to denting and scratching: The hammered surface may become susceptible to dents and scratches over time, detracting from its appearance.

GFRC Concrete:

Pros:

Durable: Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) is highly durable, capable of withstanding various weather conditions and outdoor elements.

Versatile design options: GFRC allows for a wide range of design possibilities, including different shapes, sizes, and finishes.

Cons:

Heavy: GFRC concrete can be quite heavy, which may require professional installation and handling.

Wood Grain Concrete:

Pros:

Natural appearance: Wood grain concrete mimics the look of natural wood, providing a rustic and organic aesthetic.

Weather-resistant: Unlike traditional wood, wood grain concrete is resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage.

Cons:

Requires periodic sealing: To maintain its appearance and durability, wood grain concrete may need to be periodically sealed to protect it from moisture and UV damage.

Powder Coated:

Pros:

Resistant to rust: Powder coating provides a protective barrier against rust and corrosion, ensuring long-term durability.

Customizable colors: Powder coating allows for a wide range of color options to match any outdoor décor.

Cons:

Prone to chipping and scratching: Despite its durability, powder coating can chip or scratch if subjected to impact or abrasive contact.

Stainless Steel:

Pros:

Sleek, modern appearance: Stainless steel offers a contemporary and minimalist aesthetic, complementing modern outdoor spaces.

Highly durable: Stainless steel is resistant to corrosion, rust, and staining, making it suitable for outdoor use.

Cons:

Prone to fingerprints and smudges: Stainless steel surfaces may show fingerprints and smudges easily, requiring frequent cleaning to maintain their pristine appearance.

How to Install Fire Water Bowl?

Each of the fire water bowls are accompanied with an installation manual and care document. For safety reasons, installation must be handled by a licensed technician. While we offer free standard shipping, professional installation is essential.

How to Use Fire Water Bowl?

Below are steps on how to properly use a fire water bowl to maximize its beauty and functionality:

  1. Fill the basin with water - Begin by filling the basin of the fire water bowl with water to the desired level. Ensure that the water level is sufficient to cover the burner mechanism and provide a stable base for the flames.
  2. Ignite the flames - use the provided ignition system, such as a push-button starter or electronic ignition, to ignite the flames. Follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to light the fire safely.
  3. Adjust the flame height - Once the flames are lit, adjust the flame height as needed to achieve your preferred ambiance. Most fire water bowls come equipped with adjustable controls or valves that allow you to regulate the intensity of the flames.
  4. Follow all safety guidelines - Keep a safe distance from the flames, especially if there are children or pets present. Never leave the fire unattended, and be cautious when refilling the water basin or adjusting the flames.
  5. Extinguish the flames - When you're ready to extinguish the flames, use the provided shut-off valve or control mechanism to turn off the gas supply. Allow the flames to die down naturally, and ensure that the bowl is cool to the touch before handling it.

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