Gas Fire Pit Propane Tanks - How to conceal?

  • by John Ziebarth

So, you've decided to buy a gas fire pit table, but running a natural gas line isn't an option. Luckily, most gas fire pits are equipped to be hooked up to a liquid propane gas (LPG) tank. But, what do you do with the tank? They're not very attractive and get in the way.

One option is to paint your tank a clever design! We've seen ones painted with flowers and smiley face emojis. You can take your painted tank to your local LP supplier for a refill (instead of a tank exchange). 

Another option is to bury the tank near your gas fire pit table. Dig a hole to accommodate a box or container large enough to hold your tank, and snake your gas line up through the cover of your choice.

Lastly, Crete Design offers two concrete LP gas tank enclosure designs, round & square in colors to match your concrete gas fire pit tables! These enclosures conceal your gas tank and offer a handy chair side table. You can run your propane tank gas line over the ground (we suggest purchasing a cable cord cover to minimize trip hazards) or bury from your gas fire pit to the enclosure. 



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