The long cold nights are drawing in, bonfire night is on the way and you’re getting ready for cosy evenings in your winter garden. Fire pits are an outdoor feature that can accentuate your space and create an ambience. Whether used as a gathering spot to entertain guests, toast marshmallows with the kids, or just to relax in the warmth, fire pit safety is essential, especially with artificial grass. Whatever the occasion our guide will help you set up a suitable space, keep your artificial lawn free from damage, and ensure your safety so you can enjoy your fire pit.
Fire pits come in all shapes and sizes, depending on your garden design. Whether you are creating an above ground pit, or an in-ground fire pit, we’ve provided some advice to protect your artificial grass.
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To light a fire pit, you’ll need some small sticks, twigs and wood that will start your fire burning, some kindling to keep it going and a pack of matches to start the fire.
Be careful – artificial turf cannot be repaired after burning, it would need to be replaced. If you’re still unsure about your fire pit design, we can help you design and even provide an installer to help you build it!