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The next fire and water feature is one of our newer designs. The base bowl is a 24" spun aluminum bowl and the fire bowl is a 16" spun aluminum bowl. We will show you how it is made and tested.
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
Fire and Water Sprayer
 



The next few pictures are of a simple water fire bubbler. These can be built for propane or natural gas.
You can add as many features as you like or want...
Gas Water Bubbler
Gas Water Bubbler
Gas Water Bubbler
Gas Water Bubbler
Gas Water Bubbler
Gas Water Bubbler
Gas Water Bubbler

Gas Water Bubbler




Metal Logos!
We can create any logo in any size or design! Place your colors in our awesome frames and you are set! You can use any of our Toppings to accent the interior or exterior of your Logo or Name! Put this in your fireplace or fire pit with FireGlass in any color!

The first one of many we have created we will soon enough have pictures following with it installed burning.

Here is the first one:

KU 1

The customer chose one of our Lipstick Reds for a center accent.

KU 2

The overall size of this "KU" was 6" wide x 9" tall.

KU 3

Below we used a Cobalt Blue Topping with a Starfire Base Glass all around.

KU 4

KU 5

KU 6

KU 7

KU 8

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This next fireplace was installed in Mexico by Roy Quick. It turned out amazing. The base glass that was used is:

1/4" Clear White Base Glass

and Scarlett Toppers

accented with Gold Base Glass on top of it all.

The propane pan has a removable front skirt/ cover to conceal the controls.

Roy Quick Propane Burner

Roy Quick Propane Burner

Roy Quick Propane Burner

Roy Quick Propane Burner

Roy Quick Propane Burner

Roy Quick Propane Burner


The next propane fire table was built by Rick Kasner in Arizona, great job! We inspired and supported Rick through out the complete project on "How To Do It Yourself"! DIY!!!

The glass that was installed is:

1/2" Frosted Base Glass

3/8" Gray Base Glass

Gray Topper

Irridizing Amber Brown Topper

We will explain as we move forward.

Base steel stud frame

RICK KASNER

Propane valve installed

RICK KASNER

Back side of valving and air mixer.

RICK KASNER

Durock is now applied.

RICK KASNER

Durock is finished

RICK KASNER

RICK KASNER

Table top is installed

RICK KASNER

Colors installed in propane pan burner

RICK KASNER

RICK KASNER

RICK KASNER

Drink beer, you are done!

RICK KASNER


The next Fire and Water is installed in Cafe Vino in Fort Collins Colorado:

 http://yannr.com/the-aperitivo-crew-cafe-vino-fort-collins-fb

or click "HERE"

or even

www.CafeVino.com

They built the table and we provided the feature.

Cafe Vino
Cafe Vino 1200 South College Ave Fort Collins CO 80524

The next fireplace was a self installation by Chris in Palm Springs California. He used about 3" of a sand base under the Starfire Base Glass. Then he added:
Here we go:
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul
Chris Paul


The next table was built for a customer in La Jolla California. The table was 30" x 60" with a 24" x 54" fire pit area. They are going to make their own granite top to overlay.
La Jolla Fire Table
La Jolla Fire Table
La Jolla Fire Table
All metal construction and their granite cut and installed.
La Jolla Fire Table


The next fireplace installation was by Vito Sanfilippo. He installed a propane pan and topped it with:
and added
Bronze Base Glass to accent the top.
Here we go:
YUK, no paint...
Vito Sanfilippo propane fireplace
Paint makes a world of difference.
Vito Sanfillippo
Vito Sanfillippo
Pan and glass installed
Vito Sanfillippo
Vito Sanfillippo
Small fire
Vito Sanfillippo
and if Vito wants a big fire, Vito gets a big fire!
Vito Sanfilippo propane fireplace
and his wife said, no I want a small fire, guess who won?
Vito Sanfilippo propane fireplace

 

The next Water Over Fire Feature can be made in any configuration, size or shape. We can install it in a table or leave it as a stand alone feature. What ever you like. This particular bowl is a spun aluminum 30" bowl with a 26" water ring and about 100 lbs of Multi Mix Base Glass. We added a few of our Terra Cotta Fire Balls in the center.
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire
Water over Fire


The next 27 pictures are of the Dominic Fire Water Feature finished and ready for crating/ shipping.

Here we go: The pictures explain themselves.

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

 

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

Fire Water Feature

This next Vortex project belongs to Alfie Petit in Palm Springs, California.

Alfie designed and had the seating area built to accommodate the Vortex. Then we installed a 42" centerless stainless steel ring which made a fire pit all around the Vortex. Those pictures will be posted as soon as Alfie sends them!!!!!

We will explain as we move forward

Alfie Petit

Alfie Petit

Alfie Petit

Alfie Petit

Alfie Petit

Alfie Petit

Alfie Petit

Now we wait for Alfie to send evening pictures with the outer ring burning around the Vortex!!!

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

Alfie Palm Springs Fire

The next fireplace is a self installation by Harminder in West Covina, Californa. He installed Starfire Base Glass after he installed the 3 Sterling Silver back panels.

Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
The only mistake that was made is that the glass should of been higher to cover the gas line coming in on the right side. He should of added more of  a sand base, brought the sand and glass out of the fireplace for a more refined look. That is unless you like pipes!
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder
Harminder

Harminder



This next fireplace was installed by Sueun. She installed the Sterling Silver back panels and then placed a layer of sand. Then she installed Starfire Base Glass over the sand. Sueun could not decide on which color, she she added almost all!!!!! She added;
Toppers, If she wanted color, then she got it. I think it turned out very colorful.
Sueun
Sueun
Sueun
Sueun
Sueun
Sueun



The next two fireplaces were installed by Joe Socco in Las Vegas, J S Interiors Gouup.

It was featured at The Jenson Group Realty online article. The two fireplaces both had Starfire Base Glass installed.

Here is the home and fireplaces:

Joe Socco Las Vegas

Joe Socco Las Vegas

Joe Socco Las Vegas

Joe Socco Las Vegas

http://thejensongroup.com/news/how-to-choose-your-perfect-home-2/

Joseph Sacco
P: 312-404-4665
ASID, NCIDQ #023899
www.jsinteriorsgroup.com

Jim Cogan Created this next fireplace using a Bronze Rust Copper Base Glass. He installed a Ribbon Burner opposed to a regular double burner. He had us make a 1/2" piece of Starfire as a front shield to contain the glass and it served as a "draft offset" to keep the Ribbon Burner traveling straight up. Here are the before and after pictures:
Jim Cogan
Jim Cogan
Jim Cogan
Jim Cogan
Jim Cogan
Jim Cogan


                                                                                                                                 The next fireplace is in Palm Desert California. It is a propane pan burner with Sky Blue Base Glass. We will show you step by step on how to install a clean burning propane pan burner, no really!
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek
Robert Martinek


The next pan burner is a propane pan burner with Skytech Controls. This unit has a standing pilot light with a remote control. Th conceal the controls we manufactured a removable lift off front plate.

Propane Pan Burner
Propane Pan Burner
Propane Pan Burner
Propane Pan Burner

Propane Pan Burner


The next pan was built to the customers specs (round with 3" lip) and wrinkle finish powder coated.
Propane as well.
Black Propane Pan
Note the thermo couple, pilot light and Copreci valve. We calibrate every burner to burn clean.
Black Propane Pan
Black Propane Pan
Black Propane Pan


The next pan was built to the customers specs (round with 3" lip) and wrinkle finish powder coated.
Propane as well.
Black Propane Pan
Note the thermo couple, pilot light and Copreci valve. We calibrate every burner to burn clean.
Black Propane Pan
Black Propane Pan
Black Propane Pan


                                               
The next fire table was built by Brian Johnson of Omaha Nebraska, very nice! We supplied the components and Brian did the hard part, the table.
Brian Johnson Fire and Water Feature
We don't have the construction pictures but we do have the table finished. Add
Bronze Base Glass and to pit with 1 lb of Ice Ice Ice Topper, you are done.
 
Brian Johnson Fire and Water Feature
Brian Johnson Fire and Water Feature
The blue is actually food coloring.
Brian Johnson Fire and Water Feature
Brian Johnson Fire and Water Feature


The next Fire and Water features were built for Cafe Vino in Denver Colorado.
Cafe Vino Fire Water
The water in the holding tank spins and gets pumped up to the inside of the fire bowl which drips it out back into the water tank.
Cafe Vino Fire Water
The water tank has lighting installed in the upper edge. There are many different types of lighting which can be installed.
Cafe Vino Fire Water
These only require a 16" hole for the upper bowl to come up and through. The tank is mounted from the bottom.
Cafe Vino Fire Water
The fire bowl raises and lowers to increase or decrease the water/ white noise created.
Cafe Vino Fire Water
 
 
 

 

 

The next picture is of a Black Base Glass, Ice Ice Ice topper and red Porcelain coated fire balls (Terra Cotta)

Red Balls


The next fire pits were designed and built for the Marriott (Islandia previously) in Mission Bay California.
We started with several cardboard mock up tables for the hotel to approve.
We will explain as we move forward.
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
The hotel decided on the granite and we cut the granite with water jet and polished the edges.
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
These were installed on the private patios of the hotel suites.
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Valves and location are important as well.
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
Marrriot Fire Tables
They ended up using a thermo couple and pilot light system with a battery operated igniter.
Marrriot Fire Tables



The next pan is a stainless steel pan we manufactures for our customer in Hawaii. The system that was install was a ventless burner to burn propane with our glass. We will explain as we go forward.
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
On the front of the pan we we bend an open back hemmed stainless steel curtain to conceal the controls but it is still easy access.
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
This is the ODS (Oxygen Depletion Sensor) it speaks for its self.
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
Here we are burning propane with a Starfire Base Glass, please note what a clean burn! We do it right.
Mary Ellen Markley Hawaii
All of our pans are built for each application and fireplace.


                                           The next fire pit was built for Chuck Krallman in the Bahamas. The challenge was 15 knots per hour trade winds and propane. Not a problem. We mock up all of our projects to insure that they work properly. I will explain as we move on.
                                          Chuck Krallman Bahamas
                                       We first start testing the venting and use cardboard or plywood only later to be replaces with 1/2" glass panels.
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Proper venting and maintaining an upward draft is very important.
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
We generally use Starfire (white) Base Glass to track the progress.
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Chuck Krallman Bahamas
Generally when we test using propane we use Starfire (white) Base Glass to track the progress of success or failure.
Chuck Krallman Bahamas

Hopefully Chuck will send us the finished and installed pictures of the feature installed in his table.
 


This is our trailer as of August 2011


We keep modifying and adding to the display.

Our latest addition is the Fogger System by www.Fogco.com.

We will explain as we move forward:

Palm Springs show trailer

We are just finishing setting up at Palm Springs.This is our 5th year there! Every Thursday evening.

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

As the evening approaches the fires get larger and more spectacular.

Palm Springs show trailer

We carry 150 gallons of water for the Fogco System in the back of the truck.

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer

Palm Springs show trailer


We can build any size, shape or configuration of burner that you may want. The next "S" burner was made to a template from #304 stainless steel pipe. This particular burner was made for a propane fire pit. But it also can be used for natural gas as well.

S Burner propane or natural gas burner

S Burner propane or natural gas burner

S Burner propane or natural gas burner

S Burner propane or natural gas burner

S Burner propane or natural gas burner


The next fireplace is in Tennessee and was installed by Rocky. Interesting fact, his house sits on the state line. When you go out of the back door you are in Mississippi!. We built a control / key box (now located in the front of the fireplace) to turn his fireplace on which he never had. Rocky installed a Starfire Base Glass and topped it with 2 lbs of Mixed Toppers.

There is about 4" of sand underneath.




We were providing Toppers for the Marriott and we were asked to show how much coverage 2 lbs was. So we laid out 30" x 70" area and spread out 2 lbs of each of the colors they wanted to add the top to see if in fact it was enough color.
2 lbs of topper
2 lbs of topper
2 lbs of topper

2 lbs of topper



The next fire pit is from Ivan Grace in New Zealand. We supplied the parts and imagination and he constructed one very nice fire table for his outdoor bar.

We will explain as we move forward.

Ivan wine barrel fire pit

Above is the wine barrel fire pit with out the granite top.

Below Ivan installed the granite top.

Ivan wine barrel fire pit

The drink a bit differently in New Zealand than we do here.....

Ivan wine barrel fire pit

Ivan wine barrel fire pit

Ivan had a nice top made for his fire pit.

Ivan wine barrel fire pit

Ivan wine barrel fire pit

I think Ivan should make a top for his wife next, ya think? But then again it could be catchy here too!!!!

Ivan wine barrel fire pit


The next fire pit was a customer conversion with our FPPK propane attachments and burner.

FPPK propane burner install

What ever project you are converting or working on, we monitor your project all the way through. Provided you send pictures.

FPPK propane burner install

FPPK propane burner install

FPPK propane burner install

FPPK propane burner install

FPPK propane burner install



The next fireplace was installed by Erich Davis. He used a Bronze Base Glass and stacked 26 =  4" Fire Balls on top.
Erich Davis Fire Balls
Erich Davis Fire Balls


The next fireplace was installed by Tracey Watson. She used a Starfire base Glass, added Gold Base Glass, and topped it with Ice Ice Ice,  4" Black Terrra Cotta Fire Balls. Now for the bad part: Always test your burner to insure your flames are in the center and I recommend removing the screens. When you remove the screens, you may want to paint the interior, just a thought!

Off center burner

Off center burner

Off center burner

Off center burner

Off center burner

Off center burner

Off center burner


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Javier Corten Steel Fire Pit

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Palm Desert Fireplace with Sterling Silver Panels

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