Santa Ana Masonry

Santa Ana Masonry

Licensed & Insured

Why Choose a Fire Pit?

  • Aesthetic Appeal: Fire pits add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any backyard. They become the focal point, inviting guests to gather and relax.
  • Functionality: Beyond beauty, fire pits are practical. They provide warmth on chilly evenings and can be used for cooking, adding a unique flavor to your outdoor meals.
  • Year-Round Enjoyment: Fire pits extend the usability of your outdoor space across seasons, allowing you to enjoy your backyard regardless of the temperature.


Our Process:

  1. Consultation and Design: Every great fire pit starts with a vision. We work closely with you to understand your style preferences, space limitations, and functional needs.
  2. Material Selection: From classic stone to modern metal, we guide you in choosing materials that not only look great but are durable and safe.
  3. Construction: Our team of experts ensures a seamless building process, prioritizing safety and quality craftsmanship.
  4. Customization: Whether it’s unique seating arrangements or special design features, we tailor each fire pit to your personal taste.


Safety and Compliance: Ensuring the safety of your fire pit is paramount. We adhere to all local regulations and guidelines to guarantee a safe and enjoyable experience.

Ready to add warmth and charm to your backyard? Contact us today to start designing your dream fire pit!

Types of Materials Used to Build Fire Pits

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  1. Stone:

    • Description: Stone is a popular choice for its natural, rustic appearance. It blends well with outdoor environments and can be used in various shapes and sizes.
    • Benefits: Durability, natural aesthetic, and resistance to weather elements.
  2. Brick:

    • Description: Bricks offer a traditional look and come in a variety of colors and textures. They’re ideal for creating a classic, timeless fire pit.
    • Benefits: Long-lasting, low maintenance, and provides a warm, inviting appearance.
  3. Concrete:

    • Description: Concrete fire pits are versatile and modern. They can be molded into various shapes and finished with different textures.
    • Benefits: Customizable, sleek design, and excellent heat resistance.

4. Metal:

    • Types: Common metals include steel and cast iron.
      • Description: Metal fire pits are often portable and come in a range of designs, from simple bowls to elaborate artistic structures.
      • Benefits: Durability, heat efficiency, and a variety of design options.

5. Ceramic or Clay:

    • Description: These materials are used for more decorative, artisan-style fire pits. They offer a unique aesthetic and are often found in tabletop varieties.
    • Benefits: Artistic designs, lightweight, and perfect for small spaces or as decorative pieces.

6. Glass:

    • Description: Tempered glass pieces, known as fire glass, are used in gas fire pits. They create a reflective, modern look and come in various colors.
    • Benefits: Aesthetic appeal, does not burn or melt, and creates a mesmerizing flame effect.

7. Recycled Materials:

    • Description: For an eco-friendly option, recycled materials like repurposed metal or reclaimed stone can be used.
    • Benefits: Environmentally friendly, unique character, and supports sustainability.