Fireplaces and Fire Tables
Concrete Fireplaces and Firepits are all the rage now days and that is AWESOME you are going to make one! You got this! There are a few cautions that you should know… If you’re going to burn wood you have to shield the concrete from flame and extreme heat by lining with firebrick, refractory cement or simply leave an air gap between the actual flame and the concrete with a steel insert. Gas burners are more forgiving and our friends atWarming-trends.comcan set you up with the burner pans we prefer. To get started Let's figure out what (and of course how much) material you will need. Open the calculator below, enter the dimensions, choose the options, choose the color you like and add that to your cart to see the material cost. If your adventure is a large one, we will get you a freight quote to save you as much as possible. Trinic is excited to partner with you on your project and we encourage you to reach out to us as you dive into your concrete adventure!