Chimineas and Fire Pits
Spending time outdoors gets even better when you can gather around a nice fire pit. The wide range of fire pits and chimineas at Jones garden centre are the finishing touch when it comes to decorating your outdoor space and enjoying it all year round. Have a look in our webshop or come to our garden centre in Donabate, where we are happy to assist you. We have different styles available, and different burning methods such as electric, wood or gas.
The benefits of having a chiminea or fire pit
Having a chiminea or fire pit in your garden can be a great addition to your outdoor space. Not only does it provide warmth and light, but it also creates a cosy and inviting atmosphere for you and your guests to enjoy. A chiminea is a freestanding, clay or metal fireplace that is typically used for heating and cooking, whilst a fire pit is a circular or square pit that is dug into the ground or built above it, usually made of brick or stone. Both options offer a rustic and charming touch to your garden and can be used for socialising, cooking, or simply relaxing. However, it's important to keep in mind that chimineas and fire pits can be a fire hazard if not used properly, so make sure to follow safety guidelines and keep a fire extinguisher nearby. Overall, having a chiminea or fire pit in your garden can enhance your outdoor experience and provide a cosy and inviting space for you and your loved ones.
Why choose electric outdoor heating?
Electric outdoor heaters offer numerous benefits, such as being energy-efficient, easy to install, and environmentally friendly. They are also low maintenance and can be used both indoors and outdoors, providing a versatile heating solution for any space. However, they may not provide as much heat as other types of heaters and require a power source.
Heating your outdoor space using wood
Wood burning outdoor heaters provide a natural and cozy warmth, as well as a rustic ambiance. They are a great option for those who love the smell and crackle of burning wood and want to create an authentic outdoor experience. They are also relatively inexpensive and can be used for cooking, such as grilling or roasting marshmallows. However, they require a steady supply of firewood and may produce smoke, which could be a nuisance to neighbors.
Chimineas at Jones garden centre
Not only are chimeneas of great decorative value in any outdoor space. Made out of heavy-duty cast iron, chimineas have an excellent heat retention and fit into any style of setting. With an easy to use slide-in cooking grill, you can host the ultimate outdoor gathering any time of year and impress your guests with a supreme patio centrepiece.
Stylish firepits at Jones garden Centre
Nothing beats the smell of a nice campfire, the mesmerising flames and the sound of the crackling wood. With the unique fire pits at Jones garden centre you have all the benefits of a magical campfire, easy to light and no mess to clean up the next morning. Enjoy sitting outdoors at night even in autumn and winter and stay nice and warm around your own firepit. Not only are firepits practical these days, they are a beautiful ornament in your garden or on your patio. Come have a look at the wide range of fire pits, chimineas and fire baskets at Jones garden centre and enjoy your garden all year round.
Go for a reliable gas outdoor heater
Gas outdoor heaters are a convenient and reliable option, as they can be turned on and off with the flip of a switch, providing instant heat. They are also clean-burning and do not produce smoke or ash, making them a great choice for those who want a hassle-free heating solution. They come in a range of styles, such as freestanding or tabletop, and can be used for both residential and commercial settings. However, they may require a gas line installation, which could be costly, and may not provide the same ambiance as wood burning heaters.
Don't forget to cover your outdoor heater
Covering your outdoor heater is important for a few reasons. Covering your outdoor heater is an important step in maintaining its functionality, safety, and longevity, and is a relatively simple and inexpensive way to protect your investment.
- It protects your heater from the elements, such as rain, snow, and wind, which can cause damage to the heater's components over time. This can include rusting of metal parts, cracking of plastic components, and water damage to electrical components, which could compromise the safety and functionality of your heater.
- Covering your outdoor heater helps to prolong its lifespan, ensuring that you get the most out of your investment. By protecting it from the elements, you can prevent premature wear and tear, which could lead to costly repairs or replacement down the line.
- Covering your outdoor heater also keeps it clean and free from debris, such as leaves, dust, and insects, which can accumulate over time and clog up the heater's vents and filters. This can cause the heater to work less efficiently and may even create a fire hazard.