Constructing a fire pit with pavers? This fire pit paver collar is essential – it fits beneath the top row of pavers, offering support for your fire pit burner. To install, simply position the collar on the penultimate level of pavers, lay the top row of pavers on the collar, and then situate your burner pan within the pavers, ensuring the edges are supported by the paver collar. This method results in an easy, durable, and long-lasting paver fire pit. Plus, the collar allows for effortless removal of your burner pan whenever you need to clean or repair it.
Easy Installation: Place the collar on the second to last level of pavers, position the top row of pavers on the collar, and then situate your burner pan inside the pavers with the edges supported by the paver collar. This method ensures a hassle-free and sturdy fire pit setup.
Flex Form Design: The unique design of this install collar bridges the gap between your fire pit structure and the insert pan, allowing for easy installation and auto-centering with a curved lip. The flexible collar can be shaped to fit any fire pit, be it square, round, or any other shape.
One Size Fits All: This versatile collar saves you time and effort with its adaptable design, making it perfect for any fire pit project.
Heavy-Duty Construction: The commercial gauge stainless steel construction of this collar ensures a long-lasting and durable product that can support heavy pans and media.
Easy Maintenance: You can effortlessly lift out your burner pan at any time for cleaning or repairs, thanks to the HPC Fire 44" Stainless Steel Free Form Install Collar.
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Proposition 65 Warnings
This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, Chromium (hexavalent compounds), Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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