Square Fire Pit
Garden Chefs has hand-picked this Square Fire Pit because of its superior quality and stunning looks
Like all the fire bowls in our range, this fire pit is made from high-quality steel and is hand-finished for quality
So bring some warmth and light to your evenings spent in the garden, with this square fire pit
It’s actually 70cm wide and so will take a good number of logs. This will give you a nice size fire, whilst remaining safe and let us face it that’s exactly what you want
Its square design and inverted pyramid shape give it a modern feel
We recommend the 70cm square fire pit lid which is available for use with this fire pit.
It’s an essential accessory for snubbing out the embers at the end of the evening, protecting you from flying embers after you’ve gone to bed, plus reducing smoke after you’re done.
You can also add the fire pit tripod which easily convert this garden fire pit into an excellent BBQ. And once you’ve done cooking, simply fold away the tripod and get that fire roaring!
Fire Bowl Dimensions
- Bowl Height: 30cm
- Thickness: 2.0mm
- Bowl Dimensions: 70x70cm
- Weight: 17kg
Garden Chefs guide to a better fire pit experience:
- Use a good amount of kindling to get the fire going
- Where possible use kiln-dried logs, (kiln-dried wood gives off far less smoke)
- Split logs down with an axe (thicker logs will smoke more)
- Keep the temperature up by adding logs regularly, don’t let the fire burn right down before adding more fuel
- Allow airflow around your logs as you stack them
Please note that steel fire pits will show surface rust, especially if they are not covered during wet weather, but follow the basic maintenance laid out below and use a cover when not in use and your new fire pit will last for many many years.
Products can be cleaned with a damp cloth and dried thoroughly, grates should be coated with a thin layer of edible oil, repeating this step regularly to prevent rusting.
Black raw steel may have rust appear after some time, this is a natural process and is not a manufacturing fault
Black raw steel can be maintained by sanding with fine grade sandpaper and painting with high-temperature paint. The inside of black steel fire bowls should however not be painted but can be coated with a thin layer of edible oil to help prevent rust.
Garden Chefs offers a 1-year warranty against manufacturing faults on all fire pits