How To Build Your Own Backyard Fire Pit In A Weekend For Under $200…

How To Build Your Own Backyard Fire Pit In A Weekend For Under $200...

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If you’re looking to entertain friends around your own backyard fire pit, here’s a really sturdy little project that can be built for $200 (or less) in as little as a weekend.

All you need in terms of materials, are 125 Bricks, 50 ft aluminum sheeting, four 80lb bags of concrete and four 60lb bags of mortar. Some duct tape or a dozen wooden stakes will prove handy in ‘drawing’ the initial circle.

A wheelbarrow and other tools (like shovel, measuring tape, garden hose, carpenter’s level) will also give you the extra help you need to accomplish this simple pit.

Even if you don’t already own a single one of the tools needed to complete this project, you can pick everything up at your local hardware store for around $200. Just be sure to have a helper with the concrete/mortar – those heavy bags are hard on the back. Check out the video tutorial below…

Supplies: 125 Bricks, 80lb bags of Concrete (x4), 60lb bags of Mortar (x4), 50 ft Aluminum Sheeting, Duct Tape, 12 Wooden Stakes Shovel, Garden Hose, Measuring Tape, Carpenter’s Level, Mortar, Trowel, Wheelbarrow…

If you like this idea, be sure to share it with your friends and inspire someone you know. Anything becomes possible with just a little inspiration…


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In all that time an electric wire has never been connected to our house. We haven’t gotten or paid an electricity bill in over 40 years, but we have all the electricity we want. We grow everything we need, here, in our small backyard. We also have a small medicinal garden for tough times. Read More Here...


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