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Propane outdoor fire pit plan

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[OP]
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May 26, 2020
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Propane outdoor fire pit plan

G'afternoon,
I would like to design a propane outdoor fire pit as shown in the picture attached:

-wooden basement
-"wall caps" table with patio slabs
-linear propane burner 6'' x 36''

I have a good idea how to do the conception of the wooden basement. But I have some trouble about how to make sure the burner is built in, giving a look like in the picture. I mean by built in that the burner is under the patio slabs.

Does anybody has a plan for a similar fire pit?

Hope it was clear

Many thx in advance.
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Deal Expert
Feb 7, 2017
15487 posts
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Eastern Ontario
Google is your friend ...
DIY Build a Fire Pit Table

You’ll find various sources for plans & resources
& videos too
[OP]
Newbie
May 26, 2020
3 posts
i already tried my best friend Google. but nothing like what i want
always with concrete table or when the burner is flush/on the concrete table...
Deal Fanatic
Jan 25, 2007
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Paris
Patio slabs aren’t thick enough. Unless you are laying them flat for the top and edging with them too
[OP]
Newbie
May 26, 2020
3 posts
thx for your reply.
In fact, it's about 3'' so that's fine. In the picture attached, you can find some exemples. All burners are in the middle of the table and under the slabs.
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Jan 25, 2007
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Paris
JoeBlo6666 wrote: thx for your reply.
In fact, it's about 3'' so that's fine. In the picture attached, you can find some exemples. All burners are in the middle of the table and under the slabs.
In every single case of the pictures you linked, the burner sits down in lower than the slabs go. Patio stones generally are not 3”, and burners are typically more than 3” deep.

In two of the pictures the slabs are trim on the top.

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