Fire Glass: Patio Pizzazz
Outdoor Fire Pit Pizzazz
There isn’t anything very exciting about a patio fire pit while the sun is shining. Sure, it’s best that your Scottsdale or Phoenix fire pit design blends well with the pavers and stonework used nearby. After all, it needs to look nice even when it’s not the center of attention. But lava rock fill? Boring until the sun sinks and the flames rise. Something you might not ever have noticed before. Lava rock is certainly better looking than exposed gas lines and burners, but it’s one of the least interesting types of rock on the planet. Especially, when your color options are limited to mere red or black.
Fire Glass changes everything about Phoenix fire pit design. Now you’ve got an amazing array of options. So many, it could be rather difficult to decide which one to choose. By the way, you can also replace the log burner cover in a gas outdoor fireplace with it too.
It comes in a rainbow of colors, all resembling gemstones. Brilliant, and beautiful, fire glass looks different in the sunlight than it does around dancing flames. There are several texture choices, a range of piece sizes, and more than one surface finish. It would be a lot easier to reach a decision if some of them were unattractive, but no such luck.
Perhaps the best approach is to rule out colors you don’t like first. Then decide which of the remaining selections bring out the best in your stone and patio color.
1/2″ Reflective: Premium Finish, Small Texture, Polished Surface
1/4″ Reflective: Premium Finish, Small Texture, Polished Surface
1/2″ Classic: Small Texture, Mixed Finish Surface
1/4″ Classic: Small Texture, Mixed Finish Surface
The Original Fire Glass: Small Texture, Mixed Finish Surface
Zircon Gems: Premium Finish, Large Texture, Polished Surface
Standard Grade, Medium Texture, Polished Surface
Irregular Shape, Mixed Size Texture, Smoothed Surface