Having a fire pit installed is a great way to add warmth and ambiance to your outdoor living space in Michigan. You can choose between gas, wood, and propane-burning options, with each one offering its own unique benefits. While gas-burning fire pits are easy to use and low-maintenance, wood ones offer a classic campfire feel and are more interactive. Propane options are similar to gas and are more portable, but you'll have to replace the tank every time it runs out of fuel. Ultimately, the choice of fire pit comes down to personal preference, as all three types offer great advantages and you can't go wrong with any of them. Read on to learn more about which is the best option for you!

Gas-burning fire pits are low-maintenance and easy to use.

Gas burning fire pit installed for a property in Macomb, MI.

Gas-burning fire pits are a popular choice because they're low-maintenance and easy to use. After all, you can turn them on and off with a switch, and they require no manual labor or cleanup since they don't produce ash or debris. Another significant advantage of gas fire pits is that they don't emit any smoke, making them an excellent option for those who don't like that smell. Not only that, but they have a nearly endless fuel source, as they connect to your property's main gas line!

A wood-burning fire pit offers an outdoorsy, campfire feel.

Wood burning fire pit beside a seating wall installed in Rochester, MI.

Wood-burning fire pits offer a classic campfire experience that many people find appealing and are generally less expensive than other options. The sound and natural smell of burning wood can create an outdoorsy feel and cozy ambiance. Plus, manually starting a fire can be a satisfying experience; whether you purchase the wood or find some yourself, you'll need to continually supply it for however long you use it. You can also cook delicious snacks over it, like s'mores, making for an enjoyable time with others.

The smoke from wood-burning fire pits can deter mosquitoes!

Propane-burning fire pits are low-maintenance and portable.

Propane-burning fire pits are similar to gas ones, as they're also easy to use and can be turned on and off with a switch. They're also just as low-maintenance because they don't produce soot and ash that you need to clean up afterward, plus have smoke-free benefits. However, they are easier to install than gas-burning options since they don't connect to a gas line. Another key difference is that they are portable, allowing you to move them around your outdoor space and have greater flexibility in terms of where you want them. On the other hand, they do require you to replace the propane tank every time it runs out of fuel.

Call us today to schedule our fire pit installation service.

Are you looking for a way to take your outdoor space to the next level? If so, look no further than our fire pit installation service. At Big Lakes Lawncare, we can install a gas, wood, or propane-burning fire pit, depending on your preferences. However, you can't go wrong with any of them, and we can use either a kit build or create a custom design from scratch to ensure you receive just what you want. With our team, you can trust that we'll provide a top-quality service that exceeds your expectations and gives you a fire feature that you can enjoy for years to come!

We offer our fire pit installation service to residential and commercial properties, as well as HOAs, in Macomb, Shelby, Chesterfield, and surrounding areas in Michigan. Give us a call today at (586) 200-0855 to schedule a consultation for our fire pit installation service. We look forward to working with you!