Wood Burning Outdoor Fireplace – Outdoor fireplaces are an attractive and useful amenities in the landscape. They can produce heat to make outdoor living more comfortable for seasonal use, and add a nice visual environment to any setting.
Whenever the fireplace is classified structurally for burning wood instead of natural gas or propane, almost all wood can be used as fuel. Igniting a wood burning outdoor fireplace is as simple as lighting a fire inside except fire ladder can often be larger, depending on the size of the combustion chamber. A wood fire right usually can be started successfully in a matter of minutes.
- Open the fireplace damper wood burning outdoor fireplace if the chimney is equipped with one.
- Crumple individual sheets of dry newspaper loose balls. Use as much paper if necessary to make enough balls to cover at least 3/4 of the surface of the fireplace grill.
- Arrange pieces of dry wood turning freely to cover newspaper balls in a horizontal position, with plenty of open space around them, not tight. Use ignition of any length that fits over the grid, but keep the diameter of 1 inch or less for easier on.
- Place one or two more small logs of wood, wood perfectly positioning them so they are sitting on the grid and not easily topple.