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A fire feature on itself is a beautiful addition that adorns your space and elevates its beauty with light, heat and warmth. Crafted from strong and heavy-duty materials, fire features are a great investment that enhance the look of your backyard or poolside for year to come. However, you can accessorize your fire feature with variety of accessories that can transform your fire feature from ordinary to extraordinary

What are the different accessories for your fire Feature?

  • Fire Glass: If you want to elevate the aesthetics of your fire feature, adding fire glass is the perfect way to do so. Fire glass is specially designed to withstand high temperatures and add a stunning visual appeal to your fire pit. Available in various colors such as hues of green, blue, black, bronze or clear glass, this accessory is also available in various shapes such as beads, chunks and cubes. Fire glass reflects and enhances the natural glow of the flames, creating a mesmerizing display. Whether you prefer a contemporary, vibrant look or a more subtle, earthy ambiance, fire glass is sure to transform your fire pit into a thing of beauty.
  • Lava Rocks: Lava rocksare a classic accessory that adds both functionality and visual appeal to your fire pit. These porous rocks retain heat and distribute it evenly, allowing for more efficient heating. Lava rocks also create a natural and rustic look that complements a variety of outdoor styles. Whether you prefer a traditional campfire ambiance or a modern twist, unpolished lava rocks are a versatile accessory that can transform your fire pit into a cozy retreat. You can also add tumbled lava rock for a polished look. Lava rocks, both polished or unpolished are available in chunks of various sizes.
  • Decorative Ornaments: Another way to add style and elegance to your fire pit is by incorporating decorative ornaments such as metal artifacts and logs. These unique accessories come in a variety of shapes and designs, ranging from intricate patterns to nature-inspired motifs. Made from durable materials like steel or ceramic stone, these ornaments and logs not only enhance the overall aesthetic but also create a visually striking contrast against the dancing flames.
  • PR Tank Storage: If you use propane to fuel your fire pit, having a functional and stylish PR tank storage solution is essential. PR tank storage units come in various designs, including sleek enclosures with compartments that allow storage of small PR tanks. These storage options not only keep your propane tank concealed. PR tanks can be availed in various metals such as Copper, Hammered Copper, stainless Steel, Corten Steel or GFRC material to match the vibe of your fire feature and space.
  • Safety Tower Post: A safety post is a pillar that is installed at a safe distance from fire features. It can be customized with two or more of the accessory options ranging from Remote Control & Wireless Receiver, Electrical Emergency Shut-Off Button, Emergency Stop Button with Key, Electrical Dial Timer, 1-Hour Button Timer, Gas Timer & E-Stop, or a Commercial Light Switch.
  • Wind Guards: If your outdoor area is prone to strong winds, a wind guard can be a valuable accessory. Wind guards are transparent glass barriers that shield the flames from gusts, reducing the risk of sudden flame extinction and keeping your fire pit burning steadily. These accessories not only enhance the safety of your fire feature but also create a cozy atmosphere by blocking the breeze and maintaining the warmth generated by the fire.
  • Metal Lids: A metal lid is a multi-purpose accessory that can greatly enhance the functionality of your fire pit. It is used as a cover to protect your fire pit when not in use, preventing rain, debris, or animals from entering. Additionally, a metal lid can transform your fire pit into a tabletop surface, providing a convenient space for drinks, snacks, or even board games. With a metal lid, your fire pit becomes a versatile piece of furniture that seamlessly blends into your outdoor living space. Metal lids are available in various shape and sizes and are mainly constructed of materials such as Stainless steel, Hammered copper and Copper.
  • Canvas Covers: One of the essential accessories for a fire feature is a cover. Fire pit covers not only protect your investment from the elements but also keep it clean and free from debris when the fire feature is not in use. Canvas covers are durable, weather-resistant, and provide an organic feel to your outdoor space. They often come with tie-downs or elastic cords to ensure a snug fit, keeping your fire pit secure. Our canvas cover comes in rectangular, round and square shapes and are available in a multitude of sizes that you can choose from.

What are the Essential components of a fire feature?

Whether you are looking to install a fire pit in your backyard or considering options for a fireplace in your home, understanding these components is crucial for a safe and efficient fire experience.

1. Burner Systems: One of the key components of any fire feature is the burner system. The burner system is responsible for the combustion of the fuel and the creation of flames. There are different types of burner systems available in the market, each with its own advantages and considerations.

  • Stainless Steel Burners: Stainless steel burners are known for their durability and resistance to corrosion. They are capable of withstanding high temperatures and are less prone to warping or discoloration over time. Stainless steel burners also distribute heat evenly, resulting in a more balanced flame pattern.
  • Brass Bullet Burners: Brass bullet burners are known for their aesthetic appeal. They feature a sleek design with small brass bullets that provide a more concentrated and robust flame, creating a visually striking effect. Brass burners are also highly resistant to rust and can withstand extreme heat, making them a durable choice for fire features.

2. Ignition Systems: The Ignition system plays a crucial role in starting and controlling the fire. It is responsible for igniting the fuel and ensuring a consistent flame. There are various types of ignition systems to choose from, depending on your preferences and requirements.

  • Manual Ignition systems: One type of ignition system that is commonly used in fire features is the manual match lit ignition system. This system requires the use of a match or a lighter to ignite the fuel and create the flame. While it may not offer the convenience of electronic ignition systems, it is a reliable and cost-effective option. Manual match lit ignition systems are often used in outdoor fire pits or fireplaces where there is no need for advanced features or remote control. They provide a simple and straightforward way to start and control the fire, allowing you to enjoy the natural beauty and warmth of the flames.
  • Electronic Ignition Systems: Electronic ignition systems have gained popularity in recent years due to their convenience and reliability. They use electronic components to ignite the fuel and generally offer features such as remote control, programmable timers, and flame sensing capabilities. These systems are easy to use and provide consistent flames with minimal maintenance. AWEIS (All Weather Electronic Ignition System) and SWEIS (Smart Weather Electronic Ignition System) are advanced electronic ignition systems specifically designed for outdoor fire features. They are built to withstand various weather conditions and offer additional safety measures such as automatic flame monitoring and shut-off capabilities in case of strong winds or rain.
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