Due to the instability in steel prices, we will not be taking orders for a short period of time so we can give our customers a fair market value. If you are still interested in one of our custom steel designs, you can add your name to our waiting list HERE and we will notify you when we are able to create your piece of steel art at an equitable price! We are finishing all orders currently in discussions. Please feel free to browse our website to see what you might like to order in the future.
There’s a good chance that you’re wasting your ashes! It’s impressive to be able to start a fire, but do you need help planning a safe after-fire protocol?
Don’t get us wrong, ashes are good for a fire. They catch firewood coals and insulate them, allowing your fire to burn at its hottest. But, ash should be removed when it builds up beyond an inch, and at the end of the fire-burning season. Ash is acidic, and it can corrode the bottom of your firepit or fireball, they also can produce toxic fumes when left too long. Be sure to wait at least 24 hours after your last fire before you begin to completely clean out the ashes. Read on to learn how to take care of the ashes in your backyard!