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Fire Glass is the Perfect Finish for this Stunning Wine Barrel Fire Pit by Ken Klein

Handcrafted from beautiful wood varieties, Ken Klein’s furniture designs are awe-inspiring all on their own. But what happens when you add fire pit glass by Celestial Fire Glass? Take a look at how our Cobalt Blue Crushed Fire Glass lends… Continue Reading →

How to Clean Your Fire Glass in Just a Few Quick, Easy Steps

One of the best things about fire glass is that unlike wood, it’s extremely low maintenance. What’s more, when you’re using a natural-gas source, your fire pit glass is among the cleanest burning alternatives available. That said, even the highest-quality… Continue Reading →

A Must-See “Triple-Threat” Fire Pit Design by Gill Landscaping

What’s better than a fire feature on your back patio? A fire feature that’s accented by shimmering glass, gently trickling waterfalls, and gorgeous custom stonework. This description sums up a recent project completed by Gill Landscape Contracting of Moon Township,… Continue Reading →

High-Luster vs. Tumbled Fire Glass: Which Is Right for You?

Customers often ask us if Celestial’s Tempered Fire Glass is tumbled. In a word, no. Tumbling tempered fire glass involves placing the glass into a revolving bin for a given amount of time. The rotating motion wears down the sharp… Continue Reading →

Fire Glass Turning Black? Here’s What to Do.

Watching your beautiful fire pit glass darken and discolor can be a startling experience. But not to worry — your “burnt” fire glass is absolutely fine. The fact is that fire glass is non-combustible, and it hasn’t been treated with… Continue Reading →

Typical LP Burner Configuration

Installation of a fire pit burner using liquid propane gas (LP gas) is different from a natural gas installation. LP gas requires a greater air/gas mixture than natural gas; therefore, you’ll need to be sure to install an air mixer… Continue Reading →

Typical Natural Gas Burner Configuration

Installing a fire pit burner using natural gas is project usually left for the professionals. While natural gas is ideal for fire pits, you may want to consult a professional to do the installation.  For the DIY’ers, installation of the… Continue Reading →