Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Wind Crest Fire Pit Before & After

Check out the difference between the competitors and our CrossFire Brass Burner!!!

Before - The Competitors

After - Our CrossFire Brass Burner

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Ready to Finish Fire Pit Kits

Ready to finish fire pit kits are hot on the market for outdoor living right now and their popularity continues to rise. Available in square, round, octagon and rectangle, they are constructed with a welded aluminum frame, wrapped with concrete fiber board and ready to finish by you or your local contractor. These kits include a 7 piece pine log set OR cool colored glass, drop in manual light Crossfire Burner, aluminum pan, 5/8" 36" Flex Line with 1/2" Key Valve & 12" Key.
Warming Trends also specializes in custom fire pit frame kits, so if you have a design in mind, we can build it for you.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Contemporary Fire Pit Media Options

We here at Warming Trends are fire pit experts and have worked with contractors, architects and homeowners for over twenty years now. This post offers a variety of ways to finish fire pits and to add some personal flare to them.

Traditional Fire Glass

As you can see in the video above, this fire glass creates a contemporary sense of style to this fire bowl. A mix of eight different colors of fire glass achieves the look of sea glass. Warming Trends always recommends, and bids in, that you put two inches of 1/2"-3/4" aggregate at the base of the pan before applying two inches of glass to the top. This eliminates the need to fill the entire pan with glass saving you money on the cost of glass. This aggregate can be purchased at you local hardware store.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Beautiful Fire Pit Design

We here at Warming Trends wanted to share some fantastic fire pit designs with you. These examples are fire pits we have either custom built for customers or Crossfire Burners that were installed by contractors in to fire feature hearths that they designed.

Jimmy Buffet's "Landshark Landing" at his Margaritaville Resort in Pensacola, Fl

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

D.I.Y. How to Build A Fire Pit Video

This video shows you how to install a Warming Trends Crossfire Burning System into a traditional, concrete ring, round fire pit. The installation can be done in one day and will help bring a warm glow to your patio.

This video features stacking concrete rings, sealing gaps with mortar, skim coating the surround of the fire pit and finishing with stone or stucco. The video also shows how to connect your gas supply line to the flex line and connect to the ignition system. After the system has been tested and ready for installation, we show you how to apply fire media and a gas log set to ensure achieving the best flame height.

*NOTE. Always test for leaks in the lines and compression fittings by spraying water on the connections to ensure there is no gas leak. If you see bubbles, reconnect the fittings with more pipe dope and test again otherwise you could have an explosion from leaking gas which could result in serious injury or even death.

This video can also be found on our website broken down into images and instructions here. Please note that this video features our older burner and not our New for 2014, All Brass Crossfire Burner. Our brass Crossfire Burners come with a LIFETIME WARRANTY due to the non-corrosive properties of the brass they are made from.

For more informational videos, please visit our "How To" Fire Pit Videos Page as well as our YouTube Channel. Any other information or questions can be found by visiting us online or calling today. 1-877-556-5255.

How to Install A Remote Controlled Ignitor in a Fire Pit

We receive a ton of search results in our analytics here at Warming Trends on "how to build a fire pit," "how to install a remote controlled ignitions system," etc. So we thought we'd show you a step-by-step video on how to install a remote control ignition system in a fire pit.

This video features how to connect the gas supply line to the flex line (including compression fittings), key valve and 24 volt Honeywell electrical ignition system to the remote.