Whenever you add something new to your home, one of the things you probably ask yourself is “Will this fit in with the rest of my stuff?”
Adding a fire pit to your home brings up a similar question as many homeowners wonder if adding a pit to their hard will damage or disrupt their landscaping.
Thankfully, both us and our clients find that fire pits are a great accent to add to your backyard landscaping. Instead of detracting from the look of your yard, this new feature can create a new area for guests and family to explore and enjoy.
Your Landscaping and Fire Pit Installations
When you work with a professional team of fire pit installers like WNY Fire Pits, you don’t have to worry that your yard will be destroyed in the process. We are mindful of foliage and the features homeowners have built into their yard to make sure that the fire pit not only looks great, but fits in with your yard.
When we install a fire pit, there is a bit of landscaping that we’ll have to do in order to get everything set up properly for you.
We’ve previously written a blog covering what goes into building a fire pit as a DIY-er versus using a professional team. The difference can truly lie in how well your landscape is cared for and the quality of the foundation, materials, and appearance of your fire pit.
So that we can create a solid base for your fire pit, we will be clearing the area where your pit and pad will be located. Unless discussed with the homeowner, we preserve all of your original landscaping and make sure that the fire pit is placed in a safe and good looking spot.
By clearing the area, laying down a layer of fine gravel and tamping it down, our team can give you a structurally sound fire pit that adds value to your home.
Getting the Right Look: Blending Your Fire Pit in with Your Back Yard
The good news about working with a professional team to build a fire pit is that you will be able to control all of the aspects of your fire pit while knowing it’ll be executed perfectly.
WNY Fire Pit clients can select every detail of their fire pit, from the color of the stone, to the shape of the pit, and the color of filling stones that a gas fire pit will need. This means that you won’t have to figure out how to make your yard fit your fire pit, but rather create the perfect fire pit to complement what you already have.
Rather than putting our clients into a one-size-fits-all situation, we like creating fire pits that are customized enough to stay looking great in your yard for years to come.
To find out how a fire pit would work in your yard, how your landscaping may be affected, or to schedule a free consult, please contact us at 716-322-3000.