What's New for Outdoor Fireplaces, Heater and Grills for 2010
Starting out the New Year there is a lot to look forward to! To begin with, fire pits and chimineas continue to be a popular source of outdoor heating and enjoyment. Old favorites like copper pits continue to shine; while stainless steel is the new look for contemporary patio décor. As refreshing as ever; stainless steel offers a silvery shine that will not rust. These sturdy fireplaces add a nice modern touch to any garden. Other new style pits include: fire bowls that run on pure paraffin oil, a firey selection of fire tables, and fire dancers that run on propane and are great to take camping.
And heat? Outdoor heaters continue to make their way into our backyards. For a designer look consider buying a residential heater in stainless steel or copper. Or go the extra mile and maximize functionality by purchasing a copper patio heater with a small table and light. For portability, look to models with small wheels hidden beneath the base. If you're looking to take portability one step further, look at the Zubri portable heater. This heater comes with a carrying case and is a snap to take apart. Who for? A definite must for an event planner or rental company!
And as far as gas and charcoal grills go; take a look at what some of the consumer journals think are the best grill buys for 2010. There is certainly no denying that gas grills have come around. Prices have come down for stainless steel grills, making them far more affordable than a couple of years ago. Also, cooking performance is generally good across-the- board for most small, medium and large sized grills. The smallest of grills, however, portable ones - performance varies. Take a look at recent articles and information to help you with your buying decisions.