Thank you for visiting the Concrete Fire Bowls section in our catalog.
As you may notice we offer a Great selection of fire bowls available anywhere, and continue to add new designs often.
Our Concrete Fire Bowls are very different from what is available elsewhere;
Our bowls are not precast in molds, they are proudly made in the USA, with metal reinforcement as well as fibers, each bowl is made individually by hand, spun on a wheel, with the greatest attention to detail. Or, as some of our customers say each bowl is a Piece of Art. Concrete Creations also offers the most sizes, and custom designs out there.
We invite you to read our Fire Bowls 101 to gain more knowledge, and help you selecting the correct fire bowl, correct size and correct burner.
Our fire bowls can be used with firewood, gas, and propane.
Our fire bowls can be made in color of your choice. Look at our color selection on the side menu.
Special rim to hold the fire pan is included.
Special side hole to accommodate valve is optional.
All bowls are built with 3.5"-6" hole at the center for the gas line as well as for drainage. Additional or different size holes are optional.
Most bowls have 2 additional holes for anchoring.
We supply entire system including different options of burner, and media. Different bowl size will have different burners. So talk with us to get the best option for your particular situation.
Our Concrete Fire Bowls are built with special additives to last the elements as well as the heat as long as you follow our guidelines, even though they are not fire rated. They are hand made in California, and are carefully crated and shipped via an insured carrier, all over the country, as well as overseas.
All our fire bowls come with a plate cut to size to fit the burner.
Always use a licenced plumber and follow local codes.
Always, use only fire rated material inside the bowls such as fire balls, lava rocks, or fire glass.
We are happy to help you find the right fit for your fire system.
During the winter for snowy areas make sure the bowl is not sitting in water, is drained well, and covered.
Bowls are sealed with either a clear penatarting sealer who does not change the color or appearance, or with a Matte film forming (low sheen) who is easier to clean.
Bowls need to be resealed every 1-2 years.
AS ALWAYS WHEN USING A FIRE BOWL:
NEVER LEAVE THE FIRE BOWL UNETTENDED.
For more information about the different burners, and the spec look at our Fire Bowls 101 on the main website.