A steel fire ring would be much better. As a non-combustible material, the steel will ward off heat and keep the wall itself from prematurely dehydrating and crumbling; this will preserve the looks and structural integrity of your fire pit longer.
I would say NO, because it could burn and send fumes and fragments into the air.
Fiberglass does not burn right away, it smoulders and eventually gives off toxic fumes of formaldehyde and other chemicals. Plus the fibers themselves can irritate the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. This stuff is just not meant to be breathed in.
If you mean fire glass, here's a good review:
Probably not a good choice. It may not burn but it will melt.
It would not be my choice. Fiberglass is not meant to be near open flames.
Not a good choice, but there are lots of great fire pit ideas here:
Are you wanting to shield the pit from the wind?
Or are you wanting to build a new pit?
Hello. I think the heat coming off the fire pit would damage the fiberglass. I would not suggest using it. Alternatively we’ve had an unfortunate situation with our Weber Grill being too close to our siding just the heat thrown off the grill can warp melt vinyl siding.
I would not use fiberglass
Absolutely not. Burning fiberglass gives off toxic gas because it contains formaldehyde, styrene, acetone, and other dangerous chemicals.
As long as it’s thick in between and the heat won’t touc( it because it will melt.maybe put like 2 layers of brick or crushed stone
I don't think so ..
no- but bricks or stones work great!
No, it wouldn't be able to handle the heat. Good luck and stay safe!
I would use bricks.