50,389 Natural Gas Outdoor Design Photos

Orinda Residence 4Thuilot Associates
Its a custom fire pit feature. We used a planter bowl from Royola Pacific Arts and Crafts and ran gas and a drain line underneath the bowl.
Like serene natural feel; build in simple, but not boring benches
Natural stone needs to be sealed
Natural GasWith their ease of operation, fire pits fed by natural gas have been a popular option for several years. This one has been placed to draw people to the edge of the garden to enjoy the property’s stunning views.Because natural gas is fed to the fire pit by a gas line, your pit will need to
Possibility of additional gas "fire" for lighting/heat in other areas
is in a high fire zone, we could only use natural gas with an electronic starter. As an added advantage of natural gas, we had the flexibility to create a more architectural shape, like this 8-foot-long band of fire at the end of the pool. We supplied the gas from both ends of the opening, to ensure that
Mitigating high fire risks. No matter your decision to use a gas or wood-burning feature, fire safety has to be the number-one priority. When the owners of this Los Angeles residence considered their options, they consulted Jeff W Troyer Associates for expert advice. "My clients originally wanted a
across." This even flame shuts off easily with the flip of a switch, ensuring a safe experience.Tip: Make sure your chosen location for any fire feature (gas or wood-burning) is clear of any foliage.
how it works and what is the type of gas can be used
Thanks , I need simple drawing for piping of Water feature and Gas, What is the safety way for gas using
It is a custom made bronze fire and water feature insert, utilizing natural gas for the fire pit.
Integrated fire pit is nice if natural gas
is this gas natural or propane. dimensions?
both elements offers the best of both worlds with its balancing act of vibrant heat and smooth fluidity. Here, a bespoke bronze model powered by natural gas artfully complements a copper water basin that spills water into an LED-lit rill.
Home Farm 1Alix Bragg Interior Design
adjoins natural area and lawn. stones too white. needs visual edge to lawn more than just edging.
to the serene atmosphere in this outdoor sitting area. This one is wood burning, but it could also be fueled via natural gas or a propane tank out of view. For gas you would need to run a gas line to it, but the time spent setting it up pays off in ease of use. Just turn it on, light it and you're good
NarlaPeter Glass & Associates
So many choices…Fire pits can be fuelled by gel, natural gas, pellets, propane or wood, and their construction can include glass, metal, mesh, stone, concrete, brick, copper or tile. Shapes can be hexagonal, L-shaped, triangular, octagonal, pentagonal, round, square or rectangular. Likewise, their weight
Santa Barbara Modern RanchJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
How is this fired? Ive never seen something like this. is it Gas?
armourstone from our backyard landscaping. This is perfect! My question for you is-what is underneath the lavarock? Is it just a ring hooked to a gas line or is there more to it then that?
epit.com/fireringsburnerkits-c-21.html This can hook to gas or propane and the natural stones around are simply retaining the glass. here is where you can buy the glass. The site also has a "glass canculator" that will help you to determin the amount you will need: http://www.starfiredirect.com/fir
I really like this. To me most fire pots look like a well when not lit. This really has. More natural look to it.
what size gas ring do you need for a firepit like this which is 3' in diameter? would 18" gas ring work?
Fountains and Water FeaturesMile High Landscaping
What if you took this idea further and cut a channel 3" in from the edge and plumbed a natural gas burner into the channel that was like a plenum... The while the fountain was on, the natural gas could bubble to the surface and be ignited for a fire ring?
Feucht Estate GardemsFerris Land Design - Richard Hymel, ASLA
works: The black powder-coated-aluminum urn was plumbed for water, while a manifold pipe system — created by Bubenski's Fire Features — pumps in natural gas to create a floating fire effect.
works: The black powder-coated-aluminum urn was plumbed for water, while a manifold pipe system — created by Bubenski's Fire Features — pumps in natural gas to create a floating fire effect.
legs all the way to the grate on top. * Length 30" Width 30" Height 12" Steel Weight : 102 Lbs. * Shown in PC Rust * Available in natural gas or wood burning
Will this firepit run on propane gas?
yes, there is an optional LP or NG plumbing kit you can get with it. If you run gas you have the option of getting the fire pit made in a powder coated aluminum finish or natural rust steel
much be done, unless something is applied to start the oxidation process again. If you want to burn natural gas or propane in it, we can make it in aluminum and powder coat it a rust finish.
carried from the legs all the way to the grate on top.* Length 30" Width 30" Height 12" Steel Weight : 102 Lbs.* Shown in PC Rust* Available in natural gas or wood burning
Red HookNew Eco Landscapes
cedar cabinets to house the outdoor kitchen's natural-gas grill
Lewis and Terzi designed and built cedar cabinets to house the outdoor kitchen's natural-gas grill and smoker. This was the most time-consuming part of the whole project, Lewis says, but also his favorite feature. A trellis and bamboo add
cedar cabinets/outdoor kitchen/natural gas grill and smoker
Lewis and Terzi designed and built cedar cabinets to house the outdoor kitchen's natural-gas grill and smoker. This was the most time-consuming part of the whole project, Lewis says, but also his favorite feature. A trellis and bamboo add privacy.
Back Bay RetreatJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
For outdoor dining, what could be more dramatic than a natural-gas fire feature as your centerpiece? This new twist on candlelight is striking and practical.
This is natural gas...Gas fire...gas feature
Lake Front Country EstateMarkalunas Architecture Group
Outdoor Gas Grill, Stainless Steel, Natural Gas or LP
Natural Stone Pavers
LP Gas, OG42
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