Firepit and grill – A brick fire pit is a good idea to make an outdoor area more winter children safely contain fires to warm yourself by. To make pit something that can be useful all year round, making it a fire and barbecue pit the way you can get toasty fire in the cooler months and sizzling grill in the warmer months. Building a brick fire pit and grill does not require expert masonry skills, and if you use surface-bonding cement instead of brick mortar, it’s even easier.
Dig a trench that is half the height of cement blocks and 15 inches wider on all sides than the grill plate. Set cement blocks, packed tightly and level in the trench. Mix the surface bonding cement according to manufacturer’s instructions. Spread a 1/2-inch layer of cement blocks, smoothing it over to form the basis for brick fire and barbecue pit. Allow to cure overnight. If you already have a concrete slab or paved patio, you can build the firepit and grill directly on the surface or pavement and do not need to create your own base.
12 Photos Gallery of: Build a Brick Firepit and Grill
Place the grill plate centered on the base. Add a single row of brick around all sides of the grill plate to the wall dimensions, and then remove the grill plate at the moment. Build the walls of the pit with bricks, sliding joints of the blocks for each row. Continue until your walls are about 2 meters high. Mix another batch of surface-bonding cement and use a 1/2-inch layer over the walls of the firepit and grill inside and out. Blended cement pit in the cement of the base to about 5 inches from the walls.