I'm building a firepit with a 38" inner diameter, should I get a 30" or 24" gas fire ring? Do I need a pan if I'm using natural gas? Do I need high capacity?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:45 PM

Our Answer:

Based on the diameter of your pit, a 30 inch fire ring would be the most suitable size. I do recommend using a pan to support the surrounding media that you may use, such as glass, logs, or lava rock. We do offer pans that measure 36 to 37 inches and can be supported from below or by the surrounding fire pit wall. A high capacity burner will offer taller flames, but nearly doubles the fuel usage of the burner. It is simply personal preference as to what capacity burner will be used.

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