Check out the clear glass cover, elegant, simple and effective.
Here is what the customer had to say about Rich.
Many thanks for all the work on the glass, quick turn on the burner repair etc. The fire table is INCREDIBLE! It's really a delight having it on the water and allows us to be outside even more. I'm attaching some pics for you.
Framing/ metal studs were installed and two layers of durock was then installed to support the glass.
The fire pit below is from Chad McGraw in Washington State. He took a simple patio and transformed it into a fire pit and seating area. The electronic ignition was installed under the bench to the left and accessible from the rear of the seating area.
The fire pit below is from Frank Hammond. He created a beach environment in his back yard. He purchased a wood burning fire pit and we converted it to a gas burning pit. We also supplied a quick disconnect gas line to eliminate plumbing underground. he used a Bronze Base Glass over a bed of crushed lava and topped it with Gold Base Glass.
The fire pit below is filled with lava rock and then was topped with a base of Clear Base Glass. Then they covered the Clear with Azurlite Base Glass and topped it with a few Ice Ice Ice cubes. A funny story comes with this fire pit. Elliott came out from the San Fernando Valley as he was sent by his mother, which was tooooo busy to come out herself. She told Elliott to pick out the colors he liked which he did (he was told to pick amber colors). He went home with Amber Base Glass andGold Base Glass and set up the fire pit which actually looked very nice. Well to his demise his mother did not like Amber at all! She made Elliott pick out all of the Amber and replace it with what you see here. Yes we did exchange the glass for him to prevent his mother from further punishing Elliott. We will post the Amber Base Glass pictures when we come across them in our files.
The fire pit below is one of several Katrina builds in the San Francisco Bay area. She will build anything thing you can imagine in here field of design. Please contact us so we an put you in touch with Katrina. The fire pit below she used a Clear Base Glass.
This next Vortex project belongs to Alfie Petit in Palm Springs, California. Alfie designed and had the seating area built to accommodate the Vortex. Then we installed a 42" center-less stainless steel ring which made a fire pit all around the Vortex. Those pictures will be posted as soon as Alfie sends them!!!!!
We will explain as we move forward.
Now for the evening pictures with the outer ring burning around the Vortex!!!
The fire pit below has Azurlite Base Glass FireGlass/ Fire Glass installed. This fire pit was to have an electronic ignition but the pool builder forgot to wire it, oops! We then installed a battery operated IPI system and we will explain as we move on. The first issue was we were told the pit was 8" deep, it was only 6" deep! That will explain why the glass is mounded so high. they put a board on top of the fire pit and measured it to the top not the bottom. We had to mount the gas on top of the ring because of the measuring mistake.
On the bottom front left of the pictures you can see the blue battery compartment. We had to mount the gas on top of the ring because of the measuring mistake. This will be just slightly covered with glass but easy to find come the time to replace the batteries. First layer of glass going on.
Below you can see that the ignition is just above the surface and the battery box is now gone!
We had to add more glass, again because of the 6"/ 8" bad measuring.
Below here it is finished. Yes it is on the golf course in Palm Desert
The fire pit below was designed by Tim Warden of Orange County, California. We helped finish the design/ build of this fire pit.
We will explain as we go forward:
Start with a cantilever design off of the deck overhanging the hill side.
Close up of the control valves
Two valves to control two burners. Don't expect to push gas into a massive burner then hope it goes where you want it to??? This helps equalize the pressure to each burner. Below the plumbing is now finished.
Test burn. We used two 50" "T" burners in #304 Stainless Steel.
Copper cladding was added to the top portion and wrapped in water proofing material. Durock (cement board) was added the the lower portion for an application of smooth stucco.
Starting to look nice! Real Nice! No that's not Marijuana in the back ground! The 1/2" glass panels get installed with stand off clips on the back side so you don't see the installation.
Looking from across the pool, very cool!
The fire pit below is in San Diego California. First we built 2 new half oval stainless. steel rings. To replace a futile attempt of burner rings by the contractor. If you don't want your rings to rust, cover them or purchase stainless steel. We will explain as we move on.
We converted the mishap of rings with two valves, one for each ring. The first issue was the contractor installed a1/2" gas line, oops. Way too small for the distance. The home owner had to have the pressure turned up by the gas company. Sometimes this is not possible. We spit one line into two. This enabled us to equalize flames in each burner half.
Here we have it. The customer did get the pressure turned up but we did not get any further pictures.
The fire pit below was installed in Sydney, Australia by Ian Sutherland. He did a great job on his new patio and fire pit. We inspired him to build this really nice back yard project and we were glad to help. The glass that was used was Azurlite Base Glass and Starfire Base Glass.
The fire pit pictures below are of a simple overflow water feature with Fire Stones all around.
The fire ring that was used was a 30" round side feed. We make custom rings for any application. Either for propane or natural gas fire pits or fireplaces.