Natural gas patio campfire
Enjoy the warmth and comfort of a campfire without the mess, cleanup or hassle. Natural gas patio campfires are convenient and fun for everyone.
Since natural gas patio campfires are connected to the gas supply piping of the home, they are always ready to use when you are. There is a constant supply of fuel, so you'll never have to worry about finding logs or restarting your fire. These realistic campfires are designed for use on your patio or deck and can extend your outdoor enjoyment.
Natural gas patio campfires need to be set up only once. No more carrying in logs to burn and there are no ashes to carry out. Get a roaring fire instantly. With the flip of a switch or the turn of a knob, patio campfires provide instant ambiance. When the patio campfire has served its purpose, a switch or knob shuts the logs off. Because of their efficient combustion, there is less pollution.
- High heat output to stay comfortably warm - 75,000 BTU Input.
- UL/ULC listed safety tested.
- The campfire logs feature an enhanced glow and realism with yellow dancing flames.
- Standard protective cover safeguards against elements.
- Depending on style, easy to move to another location anytime.
Natural gas patio heaters
A natural gas patio heater or deck heater can be easily installed at your home and will add to your entertaining comfort.
Natural gas patio heaters use infra-red burners that radiate warmth like the sun. Infra-red heat does not warm the air on your patio near the heater, but rather warms people and objects. This makes it comfortable to entertain family and friends on chilly evenings while barbecuing or simply enjoying conversation at your table. These infra-red heaters are able to use the natural gas line that supplies the fuel to your natural gas grill on your deck or patio and the natural gas appliances inside your home. With a natural gas grill nearby, this appliance becomes easy to install.
- Patio heaters are typically 8 feet tall with a diameter of about 18 inches. The burner is mounted at the top of the heater and has a small umbrella-type reflector installed above it to direct the infra-red heat downward toward the patio. These heaters concentrate their warmth in roughly a 20-foot diameter area.
- Patio heaters have two installation types from which to choose. The first is to have the unit mounted in a fixed location on the deck or patio using a steel gas line. This is the permanent mounting design. The second design has the patio heater getting its gas through a 15-foot long flexible appliance hose. This design allows you to move your heater to various places on the deck, rather than being rigidly mounted.
- Most patio heaters have burners, which provide 40,000 BTUs/hour to 60,000 BTUs/hour of warmth. The burners feature piezo spark ignition and light with a twist of the knob. Many manufacturers have adjustable burners on their heaters to allow the homeowner to vary the heating output from 50% to 100% of the burner capacity.