Looking for cheap fire-pit ideas

Looking for cheap fire-pit ideas, or where to buy.
  7 answers
  • Diane B Diane B on Nov 18, 2016
    The cheapest I have found is to get on old washing machine tub, cut out the adjitator, clear and area for it to be, place fire brick or blocks around in a circle for it to sit on. Sit back and enjoy the evening.

  • Julia Camplese Julia Camplese on Nov 21, 2016
    Local Farm tire store Most Old tire rings around $15.00. Never crack.

  • Glenn Groves Glenn Groves on Nov 22, 2016
    Transport truck tire rings,their large .Bent or damaged ones at wrecking yard get them for nothing most generally.dig out hole so ring fits flush with ground

  • Stephen Scott Johnson Stephen Scott Johnson on Nov 26, 2016
    Not sure how much you would be willing to pay, but Lowes has a fire pit kit for about $200 dollars. Includes stones and steel ring. You could just purchase the stones and not use the steel ring. This would be cheaper. But I recommend having the open metal fire ring and the stones. Also, I would not recommend glueing the stones together in case you decide you want to move the fire pit.

  • Barb Orthmann Barb Orthmann on Dec 12, 2016
    Not sure where you live but the two easiest ways Ive done a fire pit before are 1: simply dig a hole and burn in that or 2: Use rocks from the woods around your house to build a ring. Both cost nothing and function perfectly well. If you are looking for an inexpensive way to build something then you can do what I did this time. My fire pit was built with these:
    You only need 1 or 2 levels and i did not use any mortar- just stacked and burned!

  • Karen Walker Karen Walker on Dec 24, 2016
    My cousin cleared a 5ft circle in his back yard and used curved pavers/edgers stacked 3 high around it to create his fire pit. It makes an awesome place to hangout.