Fire Pit Accessories

Premium quality fire pit pokers, racks, log grabbers, and more built strong to last long

Premium fire pit accessories including log grabbers and pokers so you can safely maintain your fire. Also, heat shields, fork sets, and firewood racks to fully customize your fire experience. Built strong to last long, and all orders over $250 ship free!

Premium fire pit accessories including log grabbers and pokers so you can safely maintain your fire. Also, heat shields, fork sets, and firewood racks to fully customize your fire experience. Built strong to last long, and all orders over $250 ship free!

Fire Pit Accessories FAQ's

Do I need a firewood rack?

A firewood rack is an easy way to store wood indoors and outdoors but is particularly helpful when storing it outdoors as it protects your wood from moisture that can accumulate on the ground and pests that can eat away at it.

What fire pit accessories do I need to get started with a wood-burning fire pit?

There are plenty of fun fire pit accessories, but some of the ones you’ll want to get off the bat include a log grabber or a poker to help manage burning coal and firewood, a firewood rack to protect your wood, and a heat shield depending on where you plan to place your fire pit.

Should I get a gas or wood-burning fire pit?

Both make a great option and the fire pit that works best for you will depend on a few different factors. Consider convenience vs. authenticity. Gas fire pits heat up faster but don’t offer the authentic appearance of natural flame you can only find with a woodburning fire pit. It’s also important to check local regulations about open flames as some areas have restrictions on wood-burning fire pits. And if you have asthma or are sensitive to smoke, you may want to choose a clean burning gas fire pit or a near smoke-less woodburning pit.

Which type of fire pit provides more warmth, a woodburning or propane pit?

Wood burning fire pits produce more warmth because wood burns hotter than propane, and most of the warmth a fire pit puts out is emitted from the coal or wood rather than the actual flames. If you plan to use your fire pit for warmth in the cooler months, you may want to consider a wood burning fire pit.

Does it matter what material my fire pit is made of?

Material is something you want to consider when choosing a fire pit because it will need to withstand the elements, and everyone’s environment is different. What is the weather like in your area? Do you live in a region that sees a lot of snow? Rain? Heat? These are all things to consider when choosing an outdoor fire pit.