How should an outdoor heating unit be stored in winter?

Winterizing your outdoor heating unit helps extend its useful. Rule #1 – Keep it out of the elements; cover the unit and store it indoors to prevent weather damage. If indoor storage is impractical, make sure it’s heavily insulated from the weather and raised off the ground to keep water from gathering around the base.

What are outdoor heating units made of?

Bond’s outdoor heating units are made from a high-quality manufactured materials. Our featured material, Envirostone™, is a premium blend of resin and stone powder, sealed with our patented ProCoat™ for superior adhesion and UV resistance.

How long will a propane tank last?

15,000 BTU units (1 lb propane tank) High-flame setting: 1.4 hours Low-flame setting: 2.3 hours 20,000 BTU units (1 lb propane tank) High-flame setting: 1 hour Low-flame setting: 1.7 hours 50,000 BTU units (20 lb propane tank) High-flame setting: 8.6 hours Low-flame setting: 13.5 hours 70,000 BTU units (20 lb propane tank) High-flame setting: 6.2

Can 20 lb propane gas units be converted to natural gas?

Natural-gas convertibility varies, depending on the unit. Check your instruction manual for more information. If your unit does allow natural-gas conversion, check Bond’s compatible conversion kits for easy natural gas conversion.

How much LavaGlass™ is needed per heating unit?

Approximately 10-15 lbs of LavaGlass is sufficient for a 20 lb heating unit. Please note: the bottom half of the firebowl should be filled with lava rock and the rest with LavaGlass. The relative low density of the lava rock creates better air circulation.

Can any fire glass be used in a Bond outdoor heating unit?

Yes, while Bond provides many filler options, any fire glass with a minimum size of ½ inch can be used safely. Bond does not recommend using ¼ inch fire glass in outdoor heating units as the smaller glass pieces can clog the burner and ignition guard. The entire firebowl should not be filled with fire glass