Rain, snow, and sleet can't stop our All Weather Electronic Ignition Systems (AWEIS)! Learn more about this innovative device, including tips on operation and maintenance. Add this module to your outdoor fire feature for a no-worry display of vibrant flames!
We've got detailed instructions with graphics showing you how to install a gas log lighter into your wood burning fire pit! You'll never have to mess with stacking kindling into a tee-pee, twisting papers, and considering lighter fluid again once you have installed a liquid propane or natural gas log lighter into your fire pit. With just a twist of a wrist and a tossed in match, flames will engulf your logs and get them burning!
Ready or not, winter is coming! Before that happens, there are a few things that need tidied up in your yard and around your home. Do these 8 things to get your outdoor space ready! If you need assistance preparing for winter, or are just ready to look ahead to spring, visit https://www.firesidexpressions.com - your outdoor fire experts.
If you’re looking for a low maintenance, no hassle way to enhance your outdoor entertainment space year round, look no further than an electric fireplace. They’re easy to set up and use LED technology to create a realistic flame, making it a safe and cost effective option. Find out why you should consider adding an Amantii electric fireplace to your backyard!
All Weather Electronic Ignition Systems (AWEIS) are the most sought after ignition types at Fireside Expressions. They are easy to use and will keep your fire burning during all types of weather conditions. These ignition systems are also ideal for hard-to-reach fire bowls inside columns or fountains, or for lighting multiple fire bowls at once. See why so many of our customers prefer All Weather Electronic Ignition Systems.
As the temperatures outside begin to drop, nights spent around the fire pit go up. Outdoor hearths and fire pits don’t only extend your home outside, but they extend the season so you can enjoy it longer. The Hearth, Patio, & Barbeque Association (HPBA) states that patios and decks are among the top requested features by homebuyers and builders. If your outdoor entertainment space is missing a fire feature, here’s how you can add one before fall.