Get Ready for More of That ‘Wintry’ Chill
Remember that headline-making cold spell from last Spring that hit California and the Pacific Northwest? Pictures of soccer players wearing headbands and gloves to combat the 50 degree chill made prime time news as local meteorologists warned everyone to bundle up despite less than sympathetic commentaries from weather reporters nationwide reporting on below zero temperatures and white out blizzard driving conditions. This could easily happen again, and no matter where you live, 50 degrees is just too cold to enjoy your outdoor living spaces comfortably.
Now is the perfect time to prepare to enjoy the outdoors in your backyard this winter and spring, no matter what the temperatures bring. Thankfully there are many options for outdoor heat sources to cozy up your sitting areas, dining deck, and other outdoor spaces. You might enjoy the glowing warmth of an outdoor electric heater until the exorbitant heating bill arrives or you accidently melt your computer; or you could try snuggling up to the warm woolly coat of a new pet llama which might sound inviting until it runs away, or nibbles on your sweater while you’re wearing it. Thankfully, there are better outdoor heating options that not only cost less to maintain but are much easier to enjoy.
With interlocking paving stones, you can quickly and affordably build a custom fire pit for gas or wood fires that can quickly and affordably heat up your entire yard, and add a coziness worth snuggling up to every night of the year. Picture yourself with family and friends, curled up around a custom-built fire pit in the cool of a winter sunset, soft music in the background, and hot cider simmering nearby. Whatever the current state of your backyard patio or setup, a coordinating fire pit will enhance the beauty and functionality of the space year round. With interlocking paving stones, you will have a wide variety of options available with over 50 colors, shapes, and sizes to select from.
Unlike the space heater that will burn out or the llama which may be the object of many neighborly complaints and a substantial hazard for your lawn and garden boxes, a stone or paver fire pit is an investment that will last for years to come as it continues to enhance your lifestyle. View our galleries for different styles of capri fire pits, built in fireplaces and many more outdoor elements.