Answer: The logs will not change color, but you will notice a carbon build up from propane gas. This is normal. You can clean the logs using soap and water. Be sure to dry the logs thoroughly after cleaning.
FAQ Category: Gas Heating
Answer: For some of the model log placement is important, see manual for details of log placement. If log placement is not specified in the manual, you can place the logs how you like.
Answer: Using a standard grill gas tank, your outdoor fireplace will burn for approximately 10 hours when on the high flame setting. This is an average and you may find your tank will last a little bit longer than 10 hours.
Answer: Check your owner’s manual. Each firepit may have different requirements for placement away from walls, structures or buildings.
Answer: Check your owners manual. Some outdoor firepits you can convert however, others do not allow it and you may void your warranty if you attempt to convert it.
Answer: Gas firepits should only be used outdoors. You should not use your gas firepit in a building, garage, or any other enclosed area.
Answer: Some of the fire pits come completely assembled and are ready to go right out of the box. Many of the models do require some assembly, but the manufacturers try to keep the time and complexity of putting one together to a minimum so most of the time they can be assembled in a
Answer: No. But if the wind is strong enough to extinguish the flame you should not be using the firepit until the winds die down.
Answer: NO!!! Due to the intense heat generated by a wood burning fire, your outdoor fire pit will crack. NEVER burn wood in your Gas Fire Pit!
Answer: If you smell gas do not light the appliance. Do not touch any electric switches or use any phone in your building. Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone and follow the gas supplier’s instructions. If you can’t reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.