Slick Rock Concrete Ridgeline Conical Fire Bowl with Match Ignition - KRL22CMNG
The Slick Rock Concrete Ridgeline Conical Fire Bowl with Match Ignition is an impressive fire pit of traditional, elegant style, ideally suited for the enjoyment of family and friends to carry the magic of fire to your home. All products of Slick Rock Concrete are handcrafted individually. There may be minor differences in color and texture.
Cast in 15,000 psi High-Performance Concrete, reinforced with micro-glass fibers for outstanding durability. As in all cast concrete products, air voids, seams, and small, non-structural fractures are normal.
Finished with a High-Tech Sealant to provide superior stain resistance while leaving the surface looking very natural.
Durable Stainless Steel Burner and Media Pan.
Maximum Heat Output of 65,000 BTUs.
Easy Key Valve Ignition - just turn the key and use a match or lighter to light and enjoy.
22": Top Diameter: 22”, Bottom Diameter: 8.5”, Height: 10", Weight: 50 lbs. Holds 20 lbs. of Fire Glass or Lava Rock (sold separately).
29": Top Diameter: 29”, Bottom Diameter: 12”, Height: 13", Weight: 125 lbs. Holds 40 lbs. of Fire Glass or Lava Rock (sold separately).
34": Top Diameter: 34”, Bottom Diameter: 15.5”, Height: 14.5", Weight: 150 lbs. Holds 40 lbs. of Fire Glass or Lava Rock (sold separately).
Freight Shipments ship via Freight Curbside delivery. In other words, the shipping carrier will drop off your item on your property not inside your home. The shipping courier will call ahead of time and schedule a drop off date with you. In some cases, white glove delivery is available. Call Us for additional details.
I am completely satisfied with PrimeFair service. Not so much with the product itself though - but that has nothing to do with the seller, rather it’s a manufacturer decision to have cover without side piece. So, basically you are getting just one piece of cover that goes front-top-back only and doesn’t cover side of a cabinet.
Very happy with this heat pump! the 3 ton seems like it will work perfectly for our 1800 sq foot house in New Mexico at 6400ft. Our summer highs aren't usually over the mid 90's and winter lows rarely get below 20. Since it's almost summer, we haven't had the chance to really test out the heat other than to check that it works. When tested, the cooling portion works very well in the mid 80's in the afternoon to cool the house down to 72 quite easily, though we usually don't set it that cold. It did come with some minor shipping damage: a dent at the top edge maybe a foot wide and pushed in maybe four inches. We just bent it mostly back into shape and it appears to have had no effect on the internal mechanisms. It should save us a significant amount over our propane furnace and even be more efficient than the pellet stove at $7 per bag.