Add on a Backyard Fire Pit for Spring and Summer

Texas Best Fence can help install backyard fire pits in time for the spring and summer months. They also offer the benefits and safety tips for fire pits.

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Lewisville, TX (PRWEB) May 03, 2013

The warm weather is on its way and nothing says spring and summer like friends and family gathering around a backyard fire pit. Fire pits are a great way to extend party space to the outdoors. Texas Best Fence can help clients transform their backyards into the perfect place for get-togethers. There are many benefits for installing a fire pit or outdoor kitchen space.

Outdoor fire pits and/or backyard kitchens and outdoor fireplaces can provide an opportunity to cook up some great southern food. The pits and fireplaces provide a flame to toast marshmallows, kabobs, healthy grilled vegetables, turkey burgers, pork chops, or whatever sounds good.

Fire pits and fireplaces also provide heat around which to stay warm with a comfortable surrounding that’s soothing and very relaxing. Think of how nice it would be to star gaze with a loved one while sitting next to one of nature's most captivating elements.

Gatherings can even begin early in spring because fire pits will keep everyone warm on those chillier evenings. Not to mention extending the summer during the cool fall months as well.

Even for clients that aren’t always throwing parties or entertaining, the ambiance a fire pit brings is worth the investment alone. Fire pits and fireplaces are a nice addition to a home that can add value. They are attractive features that can help make a home stand apart from others.

When Memorial Day brings the unofficial start to summer barbecues and parties, people begin lighting up their fire pits, barbeque grills and getting ready for the season. It is very important to remain safe while using a fire pit or barbecue. Local fire officials urge people to use common sense when utilizing fire pits and other outdoor appliances. Windy days pose a problem, and using a fire pit is not recommended as it poses a greater fire danger to nearby homes.

Fires can vary by size and only clean, dry wood may be used in a fire pit. Propane or natural gas burning systems are preferred as users can control the size of the flame, they are safer for the environment, and it can turn it off with the flip of a switch.

All fires must be burned at least 25 feet away from home and structures. Someone should monitor the fire at all times and should have a garden hose, bucket of water or fire extinguisher on hand at all times in case of an emergency.

Texas Best Fence can assist a client with the design and installation of a backyard fire pit or outdoor kitchen. They will also ensure the plans comply with the safety regulations needed for these home enhancements. For a look at their services and previous projects, please visit their website, or call (469)242-1397 to make an appointment for a consultation.

About the company:
At Texas Best Fence, they have the experience and expertise to make any project one that customers will be proud of. They pride themselves on the quality of their work and on their reputation in the community. Their business is built on referrals from satisfied customers. They survey each customer after they complete their project and are proud to have an Excellent Rating at 95 percent. Texas Best Fence is known for high-end, custom workmanship and outstanding service at competitive rates. Their size and buying power allows them to provide the very best materials and installation at the greatest value to their customers. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.texasbestfencedfw.com


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