Wood Burning Fireplaces
Always check local fire regulations and municipal bylaws to ensure your fire pit meets local standards. The use of wood burning fire pits may be strictly regulated in some urban or dry environments.
Burning wood produces carbon monoxide, which has no odor. Using this fire pit in an enclosed space can kill you. Never use this appliance in an enclosed space such as a camper, tent, car, or home.
- This fire pit is intended for outdoor use only. Do not use on wooden decks, lawns or asphalt. High temperatures produced by the fire could damage such surfaces.
- Keep the fire pit a minimum of 15 feet away from buildings, structures, covered porches, vehicles, and flammable items of any kind.
- Never use under low hanging tree branches, trellises, or overhangs of any kind including covered porches. Smoke and embers could damage or ignite overhead objects and vegetation.
- This fire pit is intended to burn wood logs only. Do not burn coal, leaves, or other combustible materials in the unit.
- This fire pit should not be operated by anyone below age 18. Keep children and pets away from the unit.
- All parts of the fire pit will be hot during and after burning. Use with caution. Do not touch the hot fire pit with bare hands. Allow the unit to cool completely before touching.
- Never leave a burning fire pit unattended, and always extinguish the fire completely before leaving the unit.
- Do not use near flammable or combustible objects or materials.
- Never use gasoline, alcohol, or volatile fluids to start or restart fires. Property damage, serious injury or death could result if these materials are used.
When using the outdoor fire pit, use the same care as you would with any open fire. Property damage, serious injury or death could result if warnings are not followed.