Let's Build It Together!
The projects on this page were completed remotely, utilizing both email and phone calls we've helped countless customers achieve their DIY home projects. From Fire bowls, fire tables and fire pits. Give us a call to see how we can assist (909) 989-6129.
These photos demonstrate the step by step process we go through with our customers. Below a 36" round concrete pot is being modified to accommodate a 1 1/2” hole for the valve and another hole at the bottom for the natural gas line.
Here the gas line and valve are connected along with the flex line that will ultimately connect to the stainless steel burner.
The filler is poured into the bowl and burner comfortably sits a top awaiting for the fireglass.
A combination of Azurlite, Clear and Pink Rosa make for a unique color combination.
These outdoor propane fire table / fire pit pictures come to us from Doug Robertson. We helped Doug build his dream fire table all through Emails and phone conversations. So check out the progress from start to finish.
We sent him an Aluminum pan and an H-burner designed to work safely with propane, as well several pounds of 1/2" clear fireglass and Mini Mint Green Diamonds.
Here is what Doug had to say:
"Good Morning Ed,
Just wanted to drop you a note and thank you very much for all your e-mail
help with my Fire Coffee Table. We have used it every night since I got it
going and have received many-many compliments about it."
This fireplace was almost completed until we discovered that the customer installed tile that was not rated for fire - meaning the tile would of popped off as soon as the fire was turned on.
So back to the drawing board. But this time we advised that the customers use card board mock up, so that they could get a preview of the project. This keeps the error of margin to a minimum, allowing for the mistakes to be made on paper.
Below you can see the bottom, top and mantle in card board.
So now that the pre-planning is done, the rip and tear process begins.
Below the framing begins as well as the electrical components for the TV.
The slate begins to be put in place.
Here we are at about 90% finished. The inside of the fireplace will have 3 pieces of black galaxy granite installed.
Now for the fire glass installation. We started with a satin black paint on the fireplace walls. Then we bulked up the base with 2" of sand. If you decide to use a darker color glass we advise you use dark crushed lava rock as a filler. Then make sure the burner is located in a position that wont have the flames hit the walls and cause soot.
With all that settled all there is to do is pour the Starfire fireglass.
We added a few Pink Diamonds and then later added Ice Ice Ice and Clear Diamonds.
The sealer that was used was a stone enhancer, not just a regular cheap sealer. When using rock you always want to see the beauty of the stone you are using.
The next fireplace was built by Dave Luerman, a very creative customer in Kentucky.
He wanted Out with the Old and In with the New. So he kept us abreast with his photos and we steered him in the right direction with his re-design.
His fireplace had a good size depth so we gave him a triple 24" Steel burner.
He then poured some Clear base glass and was done! How's that for a DIY Fireplace!
The portable fire table / pit below was built by Kris Day. This is a portable Propane Fire Pit and it was fairly simple project that we helped by monitoring thorough Email and photos and of course supplying the correct parts.
We provided the Azurlite base glass and burner system
The next DIY propane fire table was built by Rick Kasner in Arizona. We inspired and supported Rick through out the complete project.
Back side of valving and air mixer.
Durock is finished.
Table top is installed along with 1/2" Frosted base glass, 3/8" Gray base glass, Gray Topper,Iridizing Amber Brown Topper, We will explain as we move forward. Base steel stud frame.
Grab a drink because you are done! Great job!
The next table was built by a customer in La Jolla California.
We provided the Double H-Burner along with some good advise.
The next fire table was built by Brian Johnson of Omaha Nebraska, very nice! We supplied the components and Brian did the hard part, the table. Onced finished he added Bronze Base glass and 1 lb of Ice.
The blue is actually food coloring.
Great Job Brian!