Do It Yourself Tool Rentals to Help You With Building a Fire Pit

Close up view of wood in an open fire pit

We all want to make the absolute most out of our homes and taking advantage of the great outdoors is one of the ways to do just that.  Fire pits continue to gain a great deal of popularity among homeowners because they are a wonderful backyard centerpiece.  When you have a fire pit, you have something to congregate around, to share stories around, roast some marshmallows, and just enjoy a lovely day or night outside.  Thankfully, a fire pit is something that you can certainly take on as a do it yourself rentals project.  It is all about having a plan of attack, as well as having the right tools to assist you in getting the job done right.

 

You need to think about what you want the fire pit to look like, where you want it to be placed, and so on before you get the project rolling.  Having things such as a cement mixer available to you can also help.  You may even think about a bobcat rental in the event that you want to dig up a big area around where the fire pit is going to be placed to build it with a patio.  These are all things we can help you with in terms of our do it yourself rentals that we offer to our customers.

 

Plan Out the Design of the Fire Pit

Step one in this project involving do it yourself rentals includes planning out the design of the fire pit.  You want to think about where you want the fire pit to be placed, how big you want it to be, what you want it to look like, and so on.  Start to draw out your idea on a piece of paper and do some measurements as well.  You may think you know exactly how big you want the fire pit to be until you actually start building it, only to realize that it is simply too big or too small.  Plan out the design before you begin your work.

 

Think Safety

You also want to think safety before you begin to build your fire pit.  You want it to be on a level area and you also want to try and keep it at least 25 feet away from your house, as well as any trees in the area.  Fire pits have building codes that need to be followed, so be aware of what you need to have your fire pit be in line with before you get going.

 

Dig Out the Area

You want to dig out the area where the fire pit is going to go.  Our do it yourself rentals in the form of bobcats and other equipment and tools we offer can help you in this space.  Building out the foundation after you dig things out can get you going so that you have the right level base to begin building your pit on.

 

Building the Pit Itself

Building the fire pit itself is as easy as finding the right bricks and stones that you want to use and simply going to town with them.  A cement mixer that we can rent for you is going to help you in this space.  Whether you need help with pouring the foundation or you need help to mix cement to lay the patio blocks, bricks, or whatever else you are going to be using for the fire pit, a cement mixer is going to make the job that much easier.

 

When you get a fire pit set up in the backyard of your home, you are going to be able to use it year-round.  That is one of the great things about living in the Jacksonville, FL area.  The weather in this part of the country is such that you are going to have nights to enjoy your fire pit in August, as well as in February and March.  The do it yourself rentals that we offer at DIY Rental can help make this project go effectively and efficiently so that you can be enjoying fires in your backyard in no time at all.