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Add a unique feature to your home with a garden fire pit. Fire pits can provide light and life to the party after the sun sets, they can keep you warm and cosy while you relax outdoors after work, and if fitted with grills, they can be used for cooking. Get the right outdoor lounge sets to enjoy your fire pit, like a corner set that can be positioned around the fire for socialising.

Our fire pits come in a range of practical and stylish designs, making it easy for you to find something that works for your outdoor setting. They are also easy to use and set up, so you can start showing off your new garden feature and add a homely feel to your garden faster than you think. Check out the full collection of fire pits at All Round Fun.

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5 reasons why your garden needs a fire pit

  • Makes your garden cosy - Whether you want to snuggle around the fire with your family, or you’re hosting an alfresco dinner party after the sun goes down, a fire pit is a fantastic addition to your garden. They have an ambient glow, creating a cosy and comfortable feeling outdoors. A homely outdoor area will have a positive impact on the mood of everyone spending time in your garden.
  • Lights up the night - As well as providing warmth, a fire pit will light up your garden once the sun has set. They give your garden a fabulous, warm glow while having the power to change the aesthetics of your home. The garden is often the most underused part of the home, but with a fire pit, no day is too cold and no night is too dark for you to enjoy your time in the great outdoors.
  • Useable throughout the year - While you may assume that fire pits are a summer feature, they can be used throughout the year. You can use it to warm and light up your evenings during events like Halloween, Bonfire Night, and even Christmas Eve. A fire pit makes your garden more accessible throughout the year as it allows you to enjoy your time outdoors during all seasons.
  • Have multiple uses - Fire pits have multiple uses, making them a functional addition to your garden. As well as providing you with heat and light, fire pits can be used to cook on. All you need to do is place a grill plate over the top and cook away as you would with a BBQ. Fire pits also extend your home, as they effectively create an alfresco lounge space where you can relax and socialise.
  • Helps you relax and unwind - When the sun goes down after a long or busy day, being able to sit outdoors and unwind by warm, dancing flames is a calming and soothing way to relax in your back garden. Whether you want to read a book, listen to music, or just escape your hectic lifestyle and have some peace, with a fire pit, you’ll be able to chill outdoors whenever you feel like you need it.

Is a gas, wood, or charcoal fire pit best for me?

The fuel your fire pit needs will be determined by the type of fire pit you’ve purchased. However, it’s important to know some of the pros and cons of each fuel before making your purchase.

  • Gas - This is the most convenient option, as they can simply be turned on and off with the push of a button. They also don’t produce any smoke, making them much more pleasant to use. However, there is a higher risk of a fire hazard. Gas fire pits can also give an unpleasant flavour to food if you use them to cook with, so they might not be suitable if you plan on using your fire pit for barbecues.
  • Wood - To control the size of your fire, all you need to do is add or reduce the wood. They’re also good for cooking and don’t leave a bad aftertaste on your food. The downside to wood-fuelled fire pits is that they require more work to light and keep burning, they create a lot of smoke, you’ll need a wood storage area, and the fire pits will require regular cleaning.
  • Charcoal - It’s faster and easier to make a fire from charcoal compared to wood. They’re also easy to keep going — all you need to do is add more charcoal. They won’t leave a smokey flavour on food and stay at a high temperature. However, they’re incredibly messy and hard to clean after use, and the charcoal trade is harmful to the environment.

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