Chiminea Patio Heaters and BBQ Grill
Outdoor Cast Iron, Steel and Clay Chimeneas
Summer’s are all about enjoying the outdoors so set the scene with a stylish fireplace for the patio. There are many types of garden heaters. From firepits, cast iron Chiminea patio heaters to steel, clay and traditional Mexican chimineas. They all have a place in the garden bringing there own unique charm. So when the evenings grow chilly why not choose to warm up one of the many styles of Chiminea patio heaters.
Chiminea Patio Heaters
Deuba Cast Iron Garden Chimenea Wood Burning Patio Heater Log Fire Pit Black
Fireplace Soledad Clay Yellow/Black 86035 RedFire - Multicolour
Chiminea, Fire Poker, Grate, Spark Guard, Garden, Patio, Antique Look Fire Pit, Height 89 cm, Bronze - Relaxdays
You can buy bronze- effect, steel, white, red and even pink and blue chimineas. Makers of chimeneas include the following brands: La Hacienda, Kingfisher, Gardeco
Redfire - Fireplace Kingston 43x120cm Steel Matte Black Black
Outdoor Fireplace with Firewood Storage Rust FF298 Esschert Design - Brown
Outdoor Fireplace with Firewood Storage Black FF410 Esschert Design Black
Choosing a Chiminea Patio Heater with BBQ Grill
A little bit of history tells us the chiminea can be traced back to Spain and Mexico. First used about 400 years ago, these wood burners were originally used for heating as well as cooking. Today, many are used simply as stylish outdoor fireplaces. However, their rise in popularity has seen modern chimineas now being adapted for cooking. Some double as a barbecue and have an additional swing-out BBQ grill as an outdoor cooking feature. You’ll find large and small chimineas with practical features too such as log storage.
What Is The Difference Between A Chiminea and Firepit
However, you choose to heat your patio getting it right will add to the enjoyment of relaxed al fresco dining. Both a firepit and chiminea make great features adding warmth as well as character to any setting. The difference between a fire pit and chiminea is basically their size and form. Chimineas are quite heavy compared to a portable fire pit, so are more of a permanent fixture.
La Hacienda Chimineas, Fire Pits and Patio Heaters
Unlike a firepit, the design of a Chiminea means the fire is contained in a bowl. The size of the bowl will, therefore, dictate the size of the fire. A chimenea has sides all the way up to the chimney and being contained will retain more heat. Whereas a fire pit in comparison has no flue or chimney and has an open design that can vary from 24” up to 40” in diameter. This allows you to build a large fire as much as the pit will hold. La Hacienda outdoor heating and cooking products include globe fire pits, pizza oven firepits, decorative clay chimeneas and patio heaters.