Find the Perfect Chiminea Today and Start Warming up Outdoors.
Historically, chimineas were used both indoors and outdoors as heaters and cooking stoves. Often they were placed near a window, or at the very edge of the house so the chimney portion could vent. Clay lids protected the fire from sudden rain storms and allowed just enough air to vent to keep smoke from back-drafting into the house.
Today, cast aluminum designs have helped these units re-emerge as a popular and reliable outdoor fireplace and grilling surface. Manufacturers are once again including things like cooking shelves and even pizza ovens as part of their overall design.
The traditionally-shaped chiminea looks a lot like a pot-bellied stove. That hasn't stopped modern designers from creating some interesting variations. Today's models often resemble fireplaces, pagodas, pizza furnaces, or even Aztec buildings. Some are even designed in animal shapes. One thing is for certain, we have only just begun to witness the innovations that will be generated from this ages-old stove design.
PremiereFirePits.com brings you wood burning and gas chimineas as well as a full selection of fire pits, both are very effective for warmth at all your outdoor gatherings or to just simply kick back and relax on a cool summer night.
You may also consider the Chimenea DeckProtect Pad if you plan to burn yours on a wood deck.