In business since 1994, Concrete Creations designs and manufactures giant concrete urns, concrete planters, concrete oil jars, pottery, waste receptacles, ash urns, fountains, water features, fire pits, fire bowls, unique water and fire combination features, and specialty bollards and benches.
Making Concrete Pots, Planters and Fountains: 28+ years.
Manufacturing Concrete Fire Bowls: since 2002. Crating and Shipping Concrete Creations all over the world: since 2007.
Concrete Creations edge over the competition: We are detail oriented, very experienced, and we work with the best suppliers out there.
We truly care about the success of your project, and pride ourselves on our great customer service.Need help with your project?
We have a 54 inch Wok fire bowl in dark sable. It's a stunning looking statement piece in our backyard. Nava is very knowledgeable and helpful. She tirelessly guided us on the size, rim width, height and color, responding to our eMails and texts timely. We were so thrilled when the bowl arrived, everything looked exactly what we expected. The delivery and installation also went smoothly; the whole thing was set up and ready to fire in less than an hour with Ilan's and a plumber's help. If you are looking for a high quality fire bowl, Concrete Creations is the place to get it.
Our 60 (Simplicity Edge) Fire bowl is a stunning Center piece on the Patio..... It looks gorgeous during the day and throws wonderful heat from the generous flame in the evening while the perimeter of the bowl stay cool to touch. We abselutly love it and would highly recommend Concrete Creations.
— Lori, AZ
I’m sure you’ve heard Aesop’s fable about the Town Mouse visiting the Country Mouse.
This story is about the Fire Bowl Mouse....
Do you really need the Electronic Ignition & Shut Off System for use with your fire bowl? It depends where and how many fire bowls you are planning to have. If you plan to have one fire bowl and intend to sit around it, it's not always necessary to have an electronic ignition system. Always check...…
If you live in a rainy area of the country, you might want to rethink using Lava in the fire bowl. As mentioned before, moisture has an affect on Lava rocks. When lava rocks are wet and fire is ignited, steam is created which might pop the lava; and sometimes even cause the lava rock to pop outside...