Outdoor propane fire pit offer the appearance of a fire without the hassle of chopping or hauling wood. Propane tank is usually placed in a hidden away from the fire pit for aesthetic and safety reasons place.
Instructions to build outdoor propane fire pit: dig the soil beneath the bonfire planned. Remove grass and other organic materials to a depth of about 4 inches and fill the area with gravel or rock the size of a pea. Place the pot burner propane fire in the center of the gravel area and extend the hose to a nearby location where the propane tank can be placed out of sight.
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Organize a circle block retaining wall around the burner landscape. To a large pot, stack two or more blocks of the retaining wall and add more gravel to the base before placing the burner fire pit below the top of the fire perimeter at a level of about 6 inches.
Finally, to build outdoor propane fire pit, cover the burner with big chunks of non-flammable materials. This may include washing crushed rocks or pieces of glass reflect light and add interest to the flames.