"CLICK HERE" or on the pictures below to see what John Lehman did and how he built this table!
CLICK HERE or on the pictures below to see how Knott's Berry Farm fire pit finished!
Michael built this awesome propane fire table with a tree trunk base. Below the propane Valve and air mixer is installed below the table top; allowing for easy access while keeping it out of sight.
A 10" Stainless Steel Center-less ring surrounds his unique rock center piece which sits a-top our crushed lava rock.
Check out Michael's website to see more of his custom work.
Designed specifically for a high-winds area, this custom propane fire pit was destined for greatness.
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It took some fancy engineering footwork to keep the flame from being extinguished. Here you can see the prototype concept in action with both a cardboard cut-out and wood frame.
Here at last we have the actual glass encasing, and approaching completion, we just need to test how well it will do with some real life winds...
Perhaps not as powerful as Mother Nature herself, but we blasted the fire pit with this industrial fan. And success!
Crated and shipped we finally received the photos from our client a few weeks later. Here is the propane fire pit finally installed perhaps in one of the most scenic spots, the beautiful Virgin Islands. Check out the cool under-lighting Chuck placed beneath the fire pit.
Have a great backyard too? Send along exact measurements, the type of fuel source you'll be using and photos of where the feature is to be placed. Ed@Moderustic.com
Enrique initially planned to build his deck fire pit out of some pretty sturdy materials. However, after reviewing his photos we determined that sturdy also meant VERY HEAVY!
So after some discussion we helped Enrique re-formulate his design plans - so that he wouldn't unexpectedly have his upstairs fire pit become his downstairs fire pit!?
So as we began Enrique's lighter custom fire pit, the project went even a step further & wheels were added to make the pit portable.
Made from Aluminum (Cladded) along with a 44" inch Natural Gas Stainless Steel Linear Burner. Our Re-Design saved Enrique 635 pounds!
Here is the fire pit a while later, with the stone finish in place.
Enrique also gave us a taste of what its like on his deck. With a view of the Pacific like that, is it any wonder why Enrique wanted a fire pit!
At last here is the fire pit on Enrique's deck, he used 3/8" Blue Green Base Glass, 1/4" Blue Green Reflective Base Glass and 1/2" Frosted Base Glass FireGlass.
Here are some evening pictures. Thanks Enrique for all the wonderful photos, your one-of-a-kind fire pit came out great!
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Paul Hammel one of our clients from San Fransisco had a very particular design idea for a portable outdoor fire table. Made of Corten Steel/Metal and fueled by natural gas this modern custom feature is both industrial and stylish.
The Media used was Four 4" Dark Brown Fireballs Three 6" Dark Brown Fireballs and 1/4" Super Black Base Glass FireGlass.
Click on the picture above or "HERE" to see the before and after pictures. Corten Steel Propane Fire Table.
Our customer Phil Lee, contacted us to fabricate his dream fire table. To assure both customer satisfaction and our accuracy a cardboard mock-up was created; as seen next to the table in the first photo.
It was a natural gas fire table with a double 18 stainless steel burner ring.
Below the table has arrived at the house and undergoes the installation process. The base is made from Corten Steel, which is a particular type of metal that begins to rust but then stops; but not before providing a weathered / rustic look.
And though not visible, Phil requested that we attach wheels to the base, so that he could easily move his table around the patio.
The outer ring is filled with our crushed lava rock and in the center ring if filled with our beautiful Cobalt Blue Base Glass FireGlass. Lastly a glass piece placed over the table top.
Next to come? A custom cookie cutter logo of the letters S.K.Y for his fire area. And hopefully we will soon receive some night shots of the table on fire.
A custom, natural gas 18" x 48" x 48" all stainless steel fire table with all edge welding and grounded. Fire area size 24" x 24" with an 18" stainless steel ring. Wheels were added for portability.
The FireGlass was a combination of Gray Base Glass, Clear Pyrite Base Glass.
This table was built for our customer Sam Consos, who initially created a card-board mock-up of the proposed table. Having this type of paper prototype is a economical way to make mistakes.
Ultimately the steel fire table was powder-coated for a beautiful modern finish and filled with some of our Evergreen Reflective Base Glass fire glass.
Brushed aluminum construction with a transparent black powder coat finish. Stainless steel bolts with wrinkle finish corners.
Completed size 24" x 36" x 18" tall with Starfire Base Glass FireGlass, fueled by natural gas.
The fire table/ fire pit below is in Texas and was designed with our glass in mind to be installed and it has a Black Base Glass, Purple Topper, Black Luster Topper, Rhubarb Topper,