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Thank you for remembering to visit our collection of outdoor fire pit accessories! We can help you put the finishing touches on your new fire bowl or wood burning outdoor fireplace in a snap. There are many options available to make your feature stand out above the rest, whether you are seeking to enhance its visual appeal or make airflow more efficient. Select from our assortment of fire pit accessories:

  • Fire glass: If you are looking to create a "fire and ice" display, look no further! We have multitudes of colors available in 1/4" or 1/2" decorative beads and glass. Non-toxic and heat resistant, and this reflective fire glass looks absolutely brillant underneath the dancing flames! Mix and match based on your individual style! Not sure how much you need? Use our handy calculator to determine the exact amount!
  • Lava rock: A rustic alternative to fire glass or stone! Our lightweight, porous lava rock displays a natural look for your custom fire feature. We have many different sizes available, from granules to 1" or 2" sizes. Check out our volcanic fire stones for an interesting look! Not sure how much you need? Use our handy calculator to determine the exact amount!
  • Fire pit log sets: Natural looking, faux log sets for your outdoor fire feature! We have a vast collection of options for you to peruse, including driftwood, split bark, and slab wood chunks. We even have sets that are "tepee" style! A great addition to your outdoor gas fireplace.
  • Fire pit screens and covers: Shield your beloved fire feature from rain, snow, and autumn leaves. Our heavy duty weather resistant vinyl covers can be used on fire pits, fire tables, or large fire bowls to prolong the life of your fire feature investment. To protect your loved ones, keep embers at bay with a fire pit safety screen. The metal construction is lightweight, yet durable for the hottest fires! 
  • Fire pit grates: Keep your logs off the ground or debut your culinary tales with one of our fire pit grates. We have an endless supply of options to fit your outdoor fire pit or fireplace. Heavy duty construction, portable options, and more - check out our collection!

No matter what your accessory needs are, we can help! We can even calculate the correct amount of media you will need!

PLEASE NOTE: Because propane is heavier than natural gas, it will sink to the bottom of your feature. Small pieces of fire glass will not allow propane to circulate, and this could can lead to explosion of this particular media. Even with larger fire glass pieces, there is still not enough room for the gas to dissipate from wind and other factors. Lava rock allows propane to dissipate and is the safest choice for your gas feature. (In addition, it is always a good idea to incorporate lava rock into the bottom portion of natural gas burning features.)

Give us a call at 1-888-986-1535 for ideas and advice, or with any questions you may have. We are happy to help!

We recommend covering the burner with a layer of cinders/lava rock. These should be 1" diameter or larger. Glass should then be used as a topping over cinders/lava rock to approximately 2” in depth. This helps save material, money, and allows for safer operation.

For Square or Rectangle Shaped Fire Pits

Calculate how much fire glass you'll need for a square fire feature

* You can use other fire media to fill most of the fire pit, then cover the remaining 2" to 4" with fire glass.

(A) Fire Pit Width:  
 inches
(B) Fire Pit Depth:  
 inches
(C) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   


For Round or Octagon Fire Pits

Calculate how much fire glass you will need for a round fire feature.

* You can use other fire media to fill most of the fire pit, then cover the remaining 2" to 4" with fire glass.

(A) Fire Pit Inner Diameter:  
 inches
(B) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   


For Standard Fireboxes

Calculate how much fire glass you'll need for a fireplace.

* 2" to 4" of fire glass is the recommended height for fireplace fireboxes and pan burners.

(A) Firebox Front Width:  
 inches
(B) Firebox Rear Width:  
 inches
(C) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches
(D) Firebox Depth:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):