208-529-2788

4115 North Haroldsen Drive, Idaho Falls, ID 83401

How to Install Our Fire Pits

1.   Select a relatively level area located a safe distance away from anything flammable such as houses, sheds, trees, shrubs or other tall plants.  Your pit should not be place on a deck next to a house.

2.   Sort through the granite and choose the pieces you want as the top layer. Some people like a solid layer of either all dark or all light pieces, while others want to mix it up. Whichever you choose, set this layer aside as it will be the last layer you put in place. 

3.  You will need to dig out the area under the fire pit that is a little larger than the size of your base kit.  The base for a 40" pit is 48"x48" so you should dig out an area that is around 50"x50".  Dig a 60"x60" area for the 50" fire pit.  The deeper you go the more solid the base will be.  Dig down 6-8 inches.

4.  Fill the dug out area with crushed modified stone.  Compact the stone as you go and make sure you keep the stone level.  Leave room for 1 inch of leveling sand and the base.  Once the stone is compact and level add the 1 inch of leveling sand.  Lay out the base on the level sand.

5.  Once the base is installed you are ready for the fire pit pieces.  10 pieces make up one level of the 40" fire pit and 12 pieces make up the 52" fire pit.  Put down the first level on the base kit.  Put 1 quarter size dabs of silicon  on each piece.  Set the next layer on alternating the joints.  Continue to add layers util complete.

Installation Instructions on Pavers

Installation Instructions on Ground

Pricing and availability upon request.

Each handcrafted granite fire pit is one of a kind and will never crack or fade. Our fire pits are easy to installed.

52"  Fire Pit dimensions: Each layer is composed of 11 pieces.
52"  diameter to the outside edges
38"  diameter on the inside edges
12.5" tall

40" Fire Pit dimensions: Each layer is composed of 11

pieces.
40""  diameter to the outside edges
24"  diameter on the inside edges
12.5" tall

Our fire pits, are made from 100% solid quartz, granite and marble.  They are easy to assemble.

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Fire Pit Kits

1.   Select a relatively level area located a safe distance away from anything flammable such as houses, sheds, trees, shrubs or other tall plants. The foundation surface where the fire will actually rest should also be fire proof.

2.   Sort through the granite and choose the pieces you want as the top layer. Some people like a solid layer of either all dark or all light pieces, while others want to mix it up. Whichever you choose, set this layer aside as it will be the last layer you put in place. 

3.   Next outline the footprint of the fire pit. For the round pits you can use a piece of string or twine attached to a fixed point in the center of the pit. Attach the other end to a stick or rod. The length of the string will be half the diameter of either the inner or outer edge of the fire pit. For example, the interior diameter of a small fire pit is approximately 24 inches, so your string length would be roughly 12 inches. Drag the stick around the center creating a line you can use as a guide once you start to dig. You can also spray paint the line to make it clearer. For square pits simple measure out both the interior and exterior length and width and again use spray paint for assistance if desired.

4.   Once your footprint is in place dig down approximately 4 to 6 inches in order to create the space for the foundation on which the fire pit will rest. It is not necessary to dig out the entire fire pit area. Only the footprint portion where the fire pit will rest needs to be dug out.

Our Fire Pits are the perfect addition to your outdoor living space. The calm, warm feeling of a fire pit will create the perfect setting for your family gatherings and entertainment all year round.

The goal of Rock Solid Granite & Tile is to reduce granite waste.  We use small granite remnants, saving them from going into landfills.  If you are having granite installed in your home or business, make sure the company you use is  environmentally responsible.

Rock Solid Granite & Tile, Inc.
4115 N. Haroldsen Dr.Idaho Falls, ID83401US
Phone: 208-529-2788 Website: http://rocksolidgranite.net/