Picture it: You’re spending time with beloved friends or family, gathered around your fire pit on a balmy summer evening. The flames are high and bright — in fact, everyone keeps remarking how beautifully the light of the fire reflects… Continue Reading →
You’ve spent weeks designing a beautiful outdoor space, piece by piece. You’ve chosen stylish furniture and hung some plants. More importantly, you’ve built a stunning outdoor firepit to tie it all together, using the best burner pan and flame guard… Continue Reading →
If you’re looking to liven up your outdoor fire pit or fireplace, fire glass is a fantastic choice. Its shimmery, sparkling look and vibrant selection of colors are a refreshing option over the usual brown, “blah” lava rocks and stones…. Continue Reading →
Meet Rustic Elegance, an Idahoan company that makes beautiful wooden fire tables. But wait—these tables aren’t actually made of wood at all! Find out how this eye-catching furniture is created and how Rustic Elegance is using our products to make them even more captivating.
Celestial Fire Glass stands behind our DIY components for your fire feature with our lifetime warranty – we promise that we won’t ever let you down. Below is our formal written warranty for our burners and other hardware. We encourage… Continue Reading →
Follow these easy steps to properly install your drop-in fire pit pan for use with propane. While we always recommend that you have a licensed gas installer make all gas connections, this step-by-step guide can assist both you and your installer with the planning and installation of your burner pan.
In the not-so-distant past, outdoor fire pits and tables were pretty basic. Whether crafted by hand with spare cinder blocks or built by a contractor, most were round in shape and simple in design. But boy, oh boy — times… Continue Reading →
Hearing odd noises coming from your fire pit? Resist the temptation to turn up the music or simply ignore it. While issues like this are not uncommon – particularly with natural gas installations – it’s important to make safety a… Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
Looking for some inspiration for building that new fire pit — or revamping your existing one? Feast your eyes upon this backyard masterpiece. Accented all around by gorgeous stonework, it’s the perfect autumn oasis for hanging with friends, relaxing with… Continue Reading →
A gas-powered fireplace can easily transform your plain, run-of-the-mill patio into your home’s star attraction. In the spring, summer, and fall, your patio sets the perfect stage for entertaining friends or just relaxing with the family after a long day…. Continue Reading →
Fire glass used: 1/2″ Reflective Tempered Fire Glass in Dark Matter Black Fire pit made using: R.I. Lampus Rosetta Fire pit (Charcoal)
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 →
Simply put, you have too much air mixed with the gas. It is a common problem that is easily solved. By reducing the amount of air mixing with the gas before it gets to the burner, the color changes from blue to yellow…. Continue Reading →