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 local codes since some cities require you to have one.
Regardless of local codes, if you have a few fire bowls around your yard it make sense to have some way to turn them all on and off from one easy to access location. Also, in any commercial applications an Electronic Ignition is always a must.
Or as one customer we have in the Bahamas said to me, after a week of using the manual light fire bowls, "I'm tired of stumbling in dark to shut off the supply to them, it was a mistake on my part not to take the electronic ignition".
So... as another customer said to me, "If I could only learn from my collective mistakes, maybe I wouldn't make any more."
I hope that I helped someone make the right Electronic Ignition decision for their fire bowl usage needs.
The Electronic Ignition that Concrete Creations uses comes with the All Brass Cross fire burner by Warming Trends LLC.
Remember: Electronic Ignition or Manual Light, NEVER leave a fire bowl unattended.
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