Fire Bowl Frenzy: 3 Things to Consider Before you Buy


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Turning your backyard into an oasis where you can escape? Perhaps you have an outdoor living space or perhaps you’ve already built your outdoor kitchen where you can have friends and family over for barbecues. Regardless of how far along you are in creating a zen retreat in your backyard, one thing you will want to add to the list is a fire bowl.

Fire bowls are all the rage these days. And there’s good reason they have homeowners ablaze over them:

  • They offer a delightfully welcoming ambiance;

  • Their natural beauty fits in well with any environment, landscape or design;

  • They add instant chic allure to a backyard.

It seems that fire bowls have started to pop up everywhere lately. From big box stores to the corner hardware store, you’ll find fire tables, fire bowls, fire towers and more. Some of these backyard accessories are cheap, some are good quality for a good price, and others are built to be a long-lasting luxury item.

Regardless of whether you pay $300 for a fire bowl or $3,000, there are three important things to consider before you buy.

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As you begin to research fire bowls for your backyard, pay attention to the BTUs and the certifications on each model.

The BTU

The BTU on a fire bowl can range from 3,000 to 100,000. Most homeowners will be perfectly satisfied with 50,000 to 75,000 BTU.