Latest Trend: Outdoor Fire Pits

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By Johanna Bermudez

Fire pits can bring back special childhood memories, but for some the thought of adding a fire pit or fire place to their own backyard may seem far-fetched. That’s until you talk with the pros at Route 23 Patio. Their unparalleled expertise and exceptional service can help you turn any (wild) idea into a reality.

In warm weather close to 70% of people use their outdoor space several times a week, according to the American Home Furnishings Association. Outdoor pieces such as fire places are trending because they offer countless opportunities to make new memories.

Top 4 reasons homeowners are adding outdoor fire pits:

1. Create a focal point

A fire pit creates a focal point that makes your patio feel larger. Besides being aesthetically pleasing, it draws people together and serves as a gathering point. You can keep the party going longer even on a chilly night.

2. Useful throughout the seasons

The flames aren’t just good for cold months, or even just as the center of the yard. Thanks to propane, fire pits have become adaptable to a variety of spaces and come in many styles. With a fire pit, it feels like it’s a good idea to stay outside at any time of the year.

3. Enjoy a Peaceful Atmosphere

Fires are representative of nature. If you want your outdoor space to feel like a relaxing retreat, natural designs are essential to creating peaceful vibes.

4. Inexpensive to use

Other means of family entertainment may be costly, but maintaining a fire pit is fairly low cost. Use the opportunity of a fire to gather around your loved ones without having to spend a lot of money.

There’s no need to be intimidated by the thought of this project, as the experts at Route 23 Patio & Mason Center bring over 40 years of experience, loads of quality inventory to choose from and top-notch, one-on-one service and the trucks to get it all to your home.



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