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Fire Pits

Add a custom fire pit to your outdoor patio

Fire Pit Builder – Louisville, Ky

Building a Fire Pit

Building a fire pit and creating an outdoor living space is a great way to entertain family and friends without having the foot traffic in your home. It also gives you a little extra time with the ones you care about by extending those parties well into the night. Lets not forget the main reason everyone wants a fire pit built, S’MORES.

Whether you currently have a patio and are looking to have a fire feature added or you are looking to get a custom built patio, Lambs Lawn Service can help. For existing patios, we have a wide variety of blocks and stones that can match your current style. Building a new fire pit gives you unlimited design capabilities.

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How to build a fire pit?

Building a paver fire pit at your home is a great addition to any house. Throughout the years of building fire pits in Louisville, Ky., we have learned a tremendous amount on how to help homeowners during the process. Our hardscape team is here to make the process as easy as possible.

What are fire pits made from?

Outdoor fire pits and patios can be built using stone paver blocks or natural flagstone. Paver blocks are precast stones that are made in a wide variety of colors, styles and sizes. From contemporary to modern styles, we have a block that is sure to please.

Create a gathering spot for family and friends by calling Lambs Lawn Service & Landscaping today.

Gas or Wood Fire Pit?

What is the best type of fuel for an outdoor fire pit, wood or gas? Both have their benefits and downsides. Lets take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each type so you can decide which one works best for you.

Propane Fire Pit

Using propane as a fuel source for an outdoor fire pit is becoming more and more common. Our propane fire pits are installed more so inside of cities. There is already access to propane onsite and it makes it easy to connect directly into the service.

Benefits of Propane

  • Start your fire with the flick of a switch – Having a pilot light allows you to ignite your fire with the flick of a switch or the turn of a knob. No more wasted time trying to get your wood fire burning.
  • No cutting or buying firewood – Propane gives you an onsite fuel source at your disposal. No worrying about wet wood or having enough wood for an all night fire.
  • No smoke from firewood – Burning firewood releases smoke into the air and can be irritating to some. Using propane is a clean burning fuel with no smoke.
  • No ashes leaving the fire pit – As firewood burns it turns to ash. If you are having a fire and the wind blows embers and ashes can be blown around. You do not have any ashes with firewood.
  • No worrying about putting wood on a fire – Sit back and relax with friends and family. No more getting up to throw another log on the fire.
  • Controlling the flame is easy – With a wood fire you can not control the output of the fire. It is either small or raging. Propane fires are controllable with the turn of a knob.

Benefits of a Wood Fire Pit

What is the best type of fuel for an outdoor fire pit, wood or gas? Both have their benefits and downsides. Lets take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each type so you can decide which one works best for you.

Wood Burning Fire Pit

Building a fire pit for your patio that burns firewood is a great choice for people who have access to firewood and love everything about burning firewood. Having a fire is almost like a ritual for some or our previous clients. They love taking the time to cut the wood, they love starting the fire from nothing and love the smell of the burning fire. If this sounds like you, firewood is the way to go.

Benefits of Burning Wood

  • Produces a hotter fire – Burning firewood produces an abundance of heat compared to a propane fire pit. If it is a colder night you can always throw more wood on a fire to stay warm. You do not have this option with propane.
  • Earthy Smell – Get the smell and feel of a campfire. The feeling of what sitting around a fire is supposed to feel like.
  • Renewable Resource – Seasoned firewood is available almost everywhere. Homeowners can cut their own firewood or purchase it from local markets.

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