A fire pit is a perfect centerpiece for your outdoor gatherings. There's only one problem–fire pit ash. How do you safely remove ash from your fire pit? Once removed, what do you do with them? We've compiled a list of ways to put your fire ash to work.
There are lots of different options to choose from when it comes to fire pits, but they come in two basic classifications: wood pits and gas pits. Which one is best for your backyard? Let's consider the pros and cons of each.
The Walden Blow Through Fire Stoker Poker (TM) is not only ideal for moving those bits of wood and coals around, it is also hollow, which allows you to add a key ingredient in proper combustion: Air! Fire is simply the process of oxidizing wood (or other fuel).
You may have heard of the 4 C's of diamond buying, Walden Backyards has the 4 S's of managing the firewood for fire pits. Those four S's include: splitting, schlepping, stacking and storing. Here are the definitions and tips for each one:
With the fall weather setting in and cooler nights in abundance, our fire pits are ready to be lit. Now that you have a new pit for the season, here are a few tricks to keeping it clean and rust free throughout the season.