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How To Hide A Propane Tank From Your Firepit

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propane gas firepit north carolinaAre you thinking about adding a propane firepit to the backyard of your North Carolina home?

If so, you’ll love it! Propane firepits let you extend your time outdoors, taking the chill out of the air after the sun goes down. So even after the leaves start to turn, you can still enjoy your back yard.

And, unlike wood-burning firepits, propane firepits are work- and worry-free! With a gas firepit, there’s no need to bring wood, build a fire and light it, then wait for it to get going. Instead, you just press a button and start relaxing. Propane firepits also don’t create potentially dangerous sparks and embers like wood-burning firepits do. That’s because propane firepits use gas logs, like those available here at our Apex showroom!

When you have a propane firepit, you need a propane tank for it. But not everyone wants to see a propane tank in the middle of his or her patio.

We have some tips for concealing that propane tank so you can enjoy a propane firepit and the view!

Hiding the tank

A 20-pound propane cylinder powers most propane fire pits, the same kind you use for your BBQ grill.

You have choices when it comes to propane firepits. You can have one built, where it’s permanently fixed to a spot, like on your patio or elsewhere in your yard. Or, you can choose a portable propane firepit and have the freedom and flexibility to move it where you want it.

Either way, you’re going to be dealing with a propane tank. Many propane firepits are designed with a built-in area to safely conceal the propane tank. Think about the cabinet underneath a propane BBQ grill. It’s like that, but much more attractive.

If the propane firepit you want doesn’t have a storage space, there are kits your propane service technician can use to connect the firepit via a hose to a tank further away. There are also attractive tank covers that look and work like side tables. So you not only get to hide the tank, you get a place to put your drink!

Propane firepits come in a wide range of styles, sizes, and shapes. You can choose round, square, or rectangular. Materials include stone, concrete, steel, wood trim, and more!

Contact LG Jordan today to find out more about adding an attractive firepit to your back yard for the perfect summer stay-cation spot this year!