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Filling a pit with glass pebbles 2016-05-17
From Sam:
I need to know how many pounds of glass pebbles are needed to fill a 24 inch across circular fire pit, if 5 pounds covers 4"H x 4"W x2"D? Thank u for any assistance, Sam
Answered by Penny Nom.
Bricks around a fire pit 2015-03-05
From Jayson:
I have a round fire pit. It measures 25 inches in diameter. I have 12 inch long square bricks to go around it . My question is what degree do I cut the ends of these bricks to make them fit around this circle? The brick dimensions are 12"Lx6"Wx4"D.
Answered by Harley Weston.
An octagonal fire pit 2011-08-19
From terry:
i have a 18 ft diameter gravel circle laid down for a fire pit. i want to lay the paver stones out in a octagon pattern. How long would the sides of my octagon be to fit center on the 18 ft diameter of gravel base?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The surface area of a fire pit 2009-06-30
From eric:
whatw is the square footage of the inside wall of a fire pit 2 feet deep and five feet in diameter? I need to estimate both the floor and wall square footage to order bricks.
Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston.



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