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Fire Pit

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Fire pits are one of the hottest trends for outdoor living.  A fire pit can transform your backyard into a gathering spot at night or a great place to drink coffee in the morning.  There is a variety of shapes, colors, and styles to take into consideration for your backyard.   A few options available would be the bowled over, coffee table transformation, and controlling the elements fire pits.  

The bowled over pit is a great centerpiece for the outdoors or it can be in a more intimate area.  These are perfect to be installed around pools or in seating wall corners.  With the growth in outdoor products the coffee table transformation fire pit is very popular.  This fire pit is great for an entertainment area because it has conveniences you would find indoors.  Another option for your outdoor living space would be the luxurious controlling the elements fire pit.  Water and fire are both incorporated into one centerpiece.  The homeowner will easily be able to control fire, water, and integral LED lighting with a remote control.  These are all wonderful options to convenience your outdoor space with your home’s propane storage.  

Building with Propane

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Benefits of building with Propane include:

  • It’s clean energy.  Propane gives off less than half of the greenhouse gas emissions that electricity does, considering that most of the nation’s electric power is fueled by coal-fired power plants.
  • It reduces energy costs. Propane appliances are typically far more efficient than their electric counterparts.
  • It supports modern lifestyles. Propane provides your customers with the ability to choose first-rate amenities regardless of where they live. Propane space heating is available in both forced-air and hydronic forms, and it  doesn’t depend on the availability of natural gas or electricity. And, propane generators can provide peace of mind for customers in locations that experience rolling blackouts or frequent storm-related power outages.


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