Despite the fire pit tables gaining a reputation for being a safe garden decoration, there still needs to be precautions. After all, this is still fire we’re dealing with, and the wrong actions may cause injury or damage. The last thing you want on a calm summer’s night is an incident where one of your guests is injured.
Start with the positioning of your fire pit. Avoid enclosed areas as smoke and fumes can collect making the air harmful. In addition to this you should also keep your table away from low hanging branches and bushes which may catch on fire. Keep a fire extinguisher close and always wear gloves when operating the fire pit table.
When you light your fire pit tables keep the flame small. You can grow little by little and this way it doesn’t get out of control. Let the wood burn before adding anymore and try to stop too many people fuelling the fire. If this happens all of a sudden too much wood will be burning and it can be dangerous.
For extra protection you can use fire pit screens. This not only stops sparks from flying out but also limits the wind which can change the size of a flame. It may also protect people close by, but it’s always advisable to keep children away from the flames.
Fire safety should never be ignored and can save lives. Before and after setting up your fire pit tables safety should be at the top of priority lists.
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