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Fire Pit Safety Tips

Fire Pit Safety Tips
Keep these safety tips in mind when using your fire pit.

A fire pit is an excellent addition to your home’s exterior because it offers a place to gather around with your friends and family. Whether it’s in the summer or in the late fall, a fire pit is an ideal place to socialize. It’s important to remember that while fire pits are enjoyable, they also have an open flame and require for you to take some safety measures to ensure everyone stays out of danger. Here are some safety tips you should keep in mind for your fire pit.  

Choose The Right Location

One of the most important things about your fire pits is its location. It’s crucial to make sure your fire pit is on level ground for maximum stability. It’s also important to ensure that your fire pit is at least 10 feet away from any part of your home and any other part of your landscape that could catch fire. This is important to keep in mind for your tree branches, which hang overhead and could easily catch fire. Make sure that your fire pit is surrounded with either dirt or rocks to make sure the flames don’t get out.

Use Proper Lighting Strategies

Properly lighting your fire pit is one of the most important steps you can take to enjoy it. It’s important to take wind into account as well as the method you’re using to light your pit. High winds are a potential source of danger, so if it’s windy outside don’t light your fire pit. Doing so could cause the flames to spread past the fire pit’s confines and burn your property. Remember to never use flammable substances like lighter fluid or gasoline to start your fire. While it might seem like a good idea to do so, it’s dangerous and using kindling is much safer.

Put The Fire Out Safely

After you’re done enjoying your fire pit, you should ensure you put the fire out correctly. You should have a shovel near your fire pit at all times and after dousing the flames with water, you can use the shovel to make sure it goes out.

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