Make gatherings around the fire pit even more memorable this year with some shimmering fire media! Our tumbled and tempered fire glass is American made and gives you a sparkling cool alternative to the traditional lava rocks and log sets that are designed for outdoor gas fire features. Natural gas or propane fueled flames will gracefully dance over the heat rated 1/4 inch glass chunks, which will in turn reflect the beauty of the fire for an awesome display!
We offer an assortment of colors to choose from, including reflective fire pit glass! This particular style has a mirror-like material embedded into each jeweled piece, making them appear transparent from certain angles and super shiny when viewed straight on!
Tempered fire rated glass also offer benefits such as:
- Approved for outdoor gas features
- Non-toxic - will not produce soot, smoke, ash, or fumes
- Tumbled and tempered to virtually eliminate sharp edges
- Withstands temperatures up to 1300° degrees
- Allows gas from the fire pit burner to flow effortlessly - will not stifle the look and quality of the flames
- Mix and match colors to create a unique design or theme
- Your fire pit will look beautiful, even during daylight hours
- Colors may differ slightly than what is shown online.
- We recommend a maximum 2 inch cover of fire glass over your burner.
- While tempered fire pit glass has been tumbled to remove sharp edges, there is always a possibility of small pieces of glass with rough edges existing in a shipment. We recommend using work gloves when handling fire glass.
- NEVER touch fire glass while it is still hot!!
- NEVER fill your entire fire pit with fire glass. We recommend using a burner with a fire pan to elevate this media. Filling the fire pit opening with glass is not only costly, but dangerous. A large amount of glass tends to compact as it settles, potentially trapping fuel gases which could lead to explosions, causing injury and damage.
- NEVER use regular broken glass to mimic fire pit glass! Regular glass has not been through a heat tempering process and therefore is NOT heat resistant. It will explode under the stress of high temperatures, causing injury to you and others, as well as damage to your fire features.