Sunnydaze Fire Pit Ring/Liner, Heavy Duty, DIY Above or in-Ground, 45 inch Outside x 39 inch Inside
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- OUTDOOR FIRE RING DIMENSIONS: 39 inch inside diameter x 45 inch outside diameter x 10 inch tall, weighs 32 pounds.
- DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Made of sturdy 2mm thick steel metal and finished with a high temperature paint to ensure long lasting quality and functionality for all weather types.
- EASY ASSEMBLY: This large 4-piece ring insert kit assembles in minutes, giving you more time to enjoy a beautiful fire in your backyard (NOTE: there is no bottom to this fire pit liner).
- ADD A PERSONAL TOUCH: Can be used as a in-ground fire pit liner or above-ground fire pit ring. You can also get creative and add decorative landscape blocks around the steel ring (NOTE: Bricks not included).
- WARRANTY: Sunnydaze Decor backs its products with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty.
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About Sunnydaze Decor:
Sunnydaze Decor is a manufacturer of high-quality home and garden products. They travel the globe to find the most innovative and beautiful products for your home's living spaces. Their talented designers create premium products using manufacturing processes and materials that leave you with a stunning new addition to your home.
DIY Fire Pit Above or In-Ground 2.0 mm Thickness Steel
If you are looking to put your own creative touch on your outdoor fire pit, look no further than this Sunnydaze Fire Pit Liner! Simply assemble the liner right out of box as everything you need to assemble the liner is included, then place in your desired location and use your creativity to create the perfect backyard oasis!
Do-It-Yourself Fire Pit
Surround the liner with your own brick and pavers, or simply use it as a durable fire pit ring. Then place this rim in the ground and fill the dirt around the outside of the rim for an in-ground fire pit!
Sleek & Functional!
Keep the liner above ground and surround it with your choice of bricks or pavers. Either option gives you the look of a beautiful homemade fire pit.
Plus, the large 39 inch diameter means that you have a lot of room for firewood and a good, large fire!
Sunnydaze Heavy Duty Fire Pit Ring/Liner
Durable Steel Material:
Made from heavy-duty 2mm thick steel metal and finished with high-temperature heat resistant black paint for long-lasting durability, functionality and quality.
Easy 4-Piece Assembly:
4-piece ring insert kit assembles in minutes, giving you more time to enjoy a beautiful fire in your backyard space.
This fire ring gets an A+ not only for appearance but for performance as well. This fire rim is sure to complement any outdoor area.
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Warning: This product contains chemicals including Carbon Monoxide, which is known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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The steel seems to be heavy enough to last several years, but is no where close
to what you might find at a campground. While I am not expecting campground steel for the
price it should be heavier then it is. I am doing the review a year later after purchase because
too hard to review a fire-pit ring unless you use it awhile.
A year later the paint is wearing then and there is surface rust.
The manufactures no this will be outside and it should be built to with stand at least one year
before fading and getting rusty.
Its a good fire-pit ring but not a great one, I have it surrounded by bricks
so that may help it last longer but at this rate in 5 years it will need replacing.
Its ok and a good solid three stars, it would be a 4 easy if it was thicker and a 5 if the paint was
not thin and rusting.
We used standard concrete landscape blocks from The Depot, arranged in a ring 60" in diameter. The first ring took 16 blocks, the next up was 15, the final ring was 14 blocks. We used construction adhesive for concrete to keep the blocks in place. While this is not strictly required, I figure that my daughter and her 20-something year old friends will be sitting on the edge of the ring, and I don't want the pieces to move.
We dug down about 8" in the lawn and 6' in diameter. We then poured in the Step 1 and Step 2 base layers for the blocks, then leveled the sand. I used five bags of each layer. This is an important step.....if your ring is not level, it will annoy you for the next decade as you look at it out the window (OK, maybe that's just me :-))
We placed the blocks as shown in my pics, then we added some old landscape pavers leftover from a walkway I built a decade ago. These served as a solid base for the metal purchased ring, while still allowing for any rain water to drain through. Next, I chiseled a few of the extra blocks I had to position the ring firmly in place, centered in my ring of blocks (OK, this is to prevent my OCD from driving me crazy if the two rings are not concentric a decade from now).
We then got the stone........and it was a lot more than I thought. All total, I poured in 8 bags of stone (I think they were 60 pound bags from The Depot). I also used one bag for the six inch border around the outside edge to make it easier to mow the lawn, I won't have to get right up against the wall. Lastly, we poured in four bags of red lava rock in the bottom to make the look complete.
This project was done over two evenings and part of a Saturday, Wednesday and Friday night after work I dug the hole and got the underlayment in place, and Saturday morning and early afternoon we laid the blocks. By 3:00PM we had it all done.
While it may seem like a small backyard project, plan ahead for getting the stone and blocks to your house. The blocks each weigh 20 pounds, each bag of stone/underlayment weigh in at 60 lbs per bag. Roughly, I lifted, handled and placed about a ton of product over the course of the project. And it all would need to be delivered to the house. I made three trips to the Depot for mine (C'mon, since when does any home improvement project take fewer than three trips to HD?).
And lastly, make sure you plan on the ancillary costs that go with building a fire pit. The six Adirondack chairs for my daughter and friends, you will need to buy firewood (the neighbors will get annoyed if you start cutting down their trees), and don't forget the wine to relax by the fire with your significant other once the little ones have gone off to sleep :-)
PS: While some have commented on the packaging, I had zero issues (See my pics of the packaging it came in). Perhaps Amazon and the vendor have listened to previous comments and fixed things?
Packaging was awful. The metal pierced through the package and the tips of the rings were bent. You'd think with all the reviews mentioning this the manufacturer would care enough to fix the issue. This issue also caused some of the black coating to expose the bare metal. Hopefully that doesn't cause corrosion.
Assembly was easy but top rim seams didnt all fit together the same.
I had to bend the damaged tips to flatten them with coated pliers.
I paid extra for this item hoping for better quality.
We will see how long it lasts.