My 4-Day Fire Pit Patio Build [Full DIY Project]

2020-ж., 24-дек.
7 260 836 Көрүүлөр

Building a round patio from a paver kit SEEMS simple, but it's also a ton of work! In this episode I'll show you step-by-step how I measured and dug out the sod, raked and tamped a solid base of gravel, added sand, and then placed each paver (oh, and added a fire pit on top, too!) You'll also see the REALLY dumb mistakes I made along the way, and how I fixed them.
DIY difficulty level: Medium - just because it's a lot of digging and hard labor. It's not rocket science, but you WILL be sore at the end!
PAVER PATIO INFO: Italian Renaissance Circle kit from Basalite in Positano color
FIRE PIT INFO: Grand Fire Pit kit from Basalite in Positano color with some capstones we got from a local cement artist.
Total cost for the kits and the capstones was $1400 (plus we also paid for way too much gravel mix and sand, so your own costs there may vary).
Intro: (0:00)
Measuring the circle: (0:17)
Digging up sod and dirt: (0:46)
Tamping gravel base: (2:02)
Adding sand layer: (3:03)
Laying pavers: (4:01)
Building the fire pit: (10:26)
Finishing details: (11:03)

  • Should have posted this video before you built it so that you could have taken advantage of all the comment suggestions.

    ChrisChris24 күн мурун
    • PnZjjzk !$-9.999

      Don’t WorryDon’t WorryКүн мурун
    • That’s not possible though If you r/woosh me you are a failure to life

      Darold CaroldDarold CaroldКүн мурун
    • Haha best comment ever

      Maria FunaroMaria Funaro2 күн мурун
    • Why no tamp sand in center b4 placing ring?

      Eric BrownEric Brown5 күн мурун
    • @Dark Soul ”Your” is talking about something that you own or something that relates to you. ”You’re” is talking about you I don’t know how to explain things but it means that.

      Such WowSuch Wow6 күн мурун
  • At first I thought you were going to build a smokeless firepit... But that would have added 5 minutes to the video... lol

    Walt BarrettWalt Barrett20 мүнөт мурун
    • Heh, well, we tweaked it a bit in the next video. . . Not truly smokeless, but improved air flow and better burn:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds10 мүнөт мурун
  • Wow that looks great

    Ian Miles ChungusIan Miles Chungus29 мүнөт мурун
    • Thanks!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds25 мүнөт мурун
  • Banana

    Aaron StoopAaron Stoop2 саат мурун
  • Good vid

    Dragon PlayzDragon Playz3 саат мурун
  • Next: how to quickly landscape to get rid of the lunar surface look. Love the honesty about the mistakes. Thx!

    Peter SudburyPeter Sudbury4 саат мурун
  • Over time, my fire ring took on the shape of an amoeba. 😢

    Lastman StandingLastman Standing9 саат мурун
  • Is it weird that I fell asleep to this? I just got really tired lol

    Teisha SmithTeisha Smith14 саат мурун
  • tip: use construction adhesive on the firepit stones to lock them together. Other than that, Good job!

    max moqmax moq16 саат мурун
    • Thanks! I totally agree, we left it off temporarily so we could rearrange the bricks for more airflow:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds15 саат мурун
  • Beautiful job! I can think of 100's of things that would go wrong for me

    LewisLewis16 саат мурун
    • Thanks man!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds15 саат мурун
  • this fire pit looks trash

    zzoomzzoom17 саат мурун
  • Bruh you needed sticky gray sand at the end not the same one you put at the bottom mannn

    OLS TOXICOOLS TOXICO17 саат мурун
  • great video. could you tell us, how many of those four kinds of tiles you used? also, could you also tell us their size?

    nidhi guptanidhi gupta19 саат мурун
    • No, I can't - sorry! There's just however many that come in the kits.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds19 саат мурун
  • Fat

    Bully MaguireBully Maguire21 саат мурун

    Toasty mc toastToasty mc toast23 саат мурун
  • He legit sounds like bad boy halo

    CrustyCarnageツCrustyCarnageツКүн мурун
  • This is the first of your videos I have seen and I subbed as soon as it finished. Great video mate

    Louis KindenLouis KindenКүн мурун
    • Thanks man, I appreciate it!

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • Ufo Port hole

    Kathryn BrownKathryn BrownКүн мурун
  • Looks nice and I didn't even watch the video

    Duke VanlienDuke VanlienКүн мурун
  • Please do research before doing any job

    Christopher RotondoChristopher RotondoКүн мурун
  • Remember guys “We’re Bros, but Pros” Bro Builder 2020

    A HumanA HumanКүн мурун
  • Idk why but I love that our Bro Builder calls everybody his bro

    A HumanA HumanКүн мурун
  • 0:01 idk why but I love that intro

    A HumanA HumanКүн мурун
  • Korek kat tandas

  • I'm young and hope to one day own my own home. I want to do something like this in my own backyard

    Clarice BeanClarice BeanКүн мурун
    • Awesome!

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • How do you get air into pit?

    Brubeck DesmondBrubeck DesmondКүн мурун
    • We added some air holes!

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • Friend: Hey you want to help me do this? Me: Sure, I've only had 2 back surgeries and am a disabled veteran....sounds fun! Friend: Sooooo is that a yes? Me: I will drink beer and watch you and point out any mistakes. Friend: Fair enough.

    RED MercuryRED MercuryКүн мурун
    • Lol

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • Why do you need rocks? Why not just put them on the dirt?

    Urban HunterzUrban HunterzКүн мурун
    • The rocks provide a stable base while still letting water drain through. If you put pavers directly on the ground, you'll get mud and the ground will start eroding over time.

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • Not sure where you live but it would take me a week just to remove the grass and dig out the circle. I’m on the east coast and the ground is like concrete. You did a great job and it looks fantastic.

    Billy WillBilly Will2 күн мурун
    • Thanks man. Yeah, I realized from all the comments that I've actually got it pretty easy! 😅

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • Nephew bro😆

    Los EmpresariosLos Empresarios2 күн мурун
    • Heh 😁

      Bro BuildsBro BuildsКүн мурун
  • One more reason that I prefer living in a rural area,... if I want to sit around a fire then I gather some firewood and start a fire, no fancy backbreaking pit needed. At most I might make a crude circle out of concrete blocks.

    StillLivinginthewoodsStillLivinginthewoods2 күн мурун
    • I can do this in town to but a fire pit looks better

      PlutonicsPlutonics18 саат мурун
  • oh, wear gloves too.

    Taylor DTaylor D2 күн мурун
  • Ouff digging in clay mud like that with a shovel? Should have used a spike first to crush it up, it would have made it a lot easier.

    Simon FarreSimon Farre2 күн мурун
  • The haters be like:👁👄👁

    Reeve ConturnoReeve Conturno2 күн мурун
  • Your lawn needs some fertilizer and perhaps some water. Some plants wouldn’t hurt either I think.

    i marcoi marco2 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds alright than.

      i marcoi marco2 күн мурун
    • This was filmed late last fall, after the irrigation water had been turned off for a couple months already. It's green again now.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • These guys are too close to God, so calm. I can't even hang a damn picture without yelling and swearing.

    Harbir BrarHarbir Brar2 күн мурун
    • Whenever you get frustrated just remember that life is meant to be a journey! Try to enjoy it as much as possible!

      Mario YamasakiMario Yamasaki23 саат мурун
    • Heh, thanks man

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • Good job only thing I can say is you should have put some weed guard.

    Reko MascarenasReko Mascarenas2 күн мурун
    • Agreed 👍

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • way to ruin the video

    Dylan WoodsDylan Woods2 күн мурун
    • @Dylan Woods ah gotcha. Yeah, I guess it spoiled it a bit. My goal was to hint at the final product so that people would stick with the video through the initial stages of digging and stuff. I'm not convinced it was the wrong choice for this video, but I probably won't be doing it for all of them.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds ruined is harsh because the video is still great. I should say spoiled. I just think it would’ve been better to only see the finished product at the end

      Dylan WoodsDylan Woods2 күн мурун
    • Always open to constructive criticism. . . What do you think could be better?

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • What was the point of digging to a certain depth if you have to fil it in with three layers of gravel? Nothing bad but wondering if a mistake.

    Payden PittmanPayden Pittman2 күн мурун
    • The gravel provides a solid base for the pavers, while still allowing water to drain away through the cracks. Solid earth would not allow drainage, so the water would pool up and make the patio muddy and slowly erode away the earth underneath over time.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • What are the poles in the sand for, why put them if you'll just remove them later

    TheBestLettuceTheBestLettuce2 күн мурун
    • They keep your 2x4 exactly one inch up from the ground, so that you get a perfect one inch layer of sand.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • Can't do it in my yard I'm on a mountain too many rocks

    justice Gbjustice Gb2 күн мурун
  • Great work!!! I love my firepit. Here in Northeast Ohio it gets a ton of use. 😀

    lawn jenkinslawn jenkins2 күн мурун
  • Damm this took you 4 days 🤣🤣

    Brandon StaufferBrandon Stauffer2 күн мурун
    • We'll yeah, but not full days. :) I just put in several hours each day, as I could.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
  • In germany we use the Stamper Tool to even the Stones and let the Sand sink down

    Ascona SmoKeeRAscona SmoKeeR3 күн мурун
  • Ахуенная постройка для нереального чилла с братухой

    QQobaltQQobalt3 күн мурун
  • How did you go about finding a local concrete contractor who makes custom top caps for a stone wall, in your case for a fire pit?

    Persistent OnePersistent One3 күн мурун
    • @Persistent One Sure. Ours also had some caps sitting out next to their fire pit kits, and as we were buying the kits, they told us we could buy the caps they had on hand, or they could contact the concrete person to have the caps custom made for us in a particular color. Basically if there's a place selling bricks, pavers, etc, they'll probably be your best shot at finding someone doing custom concrete caps as well.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds2 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds How should I even ask my local retailer for that? "Do you have any contractors who can custom make top caps for stone walls?"

      Persistent OnePersistent One2 күн мурун
    • We found them through the nursery/landscaping place where we got the patio and fire pit kits.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds3 күн мурун
  • Awesome job and I absolutely love that wheelbarrow

    Heather HolidaysHeather Holidays3 күн мурун
    • Thanks!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds3 күн мурун
  • this is such a stellar video, I watched with the sound off to see if i could comprehend the process, then rewatched with commentary, and it is just a fantastic easy video, that I finished the build yesturday... Thanks Mate

    Gregory FreemanGregory Freeman3 күн мурун
    • Awesome. Glad it helped man!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds3 күн мурун
  • Step one get a huge fucking house!

    Julian Jaime MillanJulian Jaime Millan3 күн мурун
  • If only i had a giant lawn..

    Whoever WhoeverWhoever Whoever3 күн мурун
  • god this guys narrating is awful, sounds like every inconvience is a project killer... just step on the fucking sand holy fuck, also u dont need instructions to circle fucking bricks after the initial pattern, lmfao... such an easy project not sure how it took 4 days wit 2 men and still complained about not using a compact machine??

    Vlone VloneVlone Vlone3 күн мурун
    • Lol, you're a real gem.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds3 күн мурун
  • I think i watch this vid at least 2x a year 🙌🏽

    Karina AnninaKarina Annina3 күн мурун
  • Impeccable transition at 7:22!

    Sooner KeithSooner Keith3 күн мурун
  • Only me dont know whats that ?

    lina apoklina apok3 күн мурун
  • Instead of hammering use a board of wood and the tamping tool save alot of time and will all be even

    brutis the pasty smasherbrutis the pasty smasher3 күн мурун
  • Bros not pros 😂

    Daniela SalinasDaniela Salinas3 күн мурун
  • Minecraft with RTX on

    P7Gam3sP7Gam3s4 күн мурун
    • Heh 😄

      Bro BuildsBro Builds3 күн мурун
  • Ого , вечный огонь построили, как раз к 9 Мая! Молодцы.

    roma12325roma123254 күн мурун
    • ха, спасибо :)

      Bro BuildsBro Builds4 күн мурун
  • You are lucky. You don’t have a ton of rocks in the ground. I cannot even shovel the sod without rocks

    Charlie MaybeCharlie Maybe4 күн мурун
    • Agreed. After reading all the comments I realized most people have it much worse when it comes to rocks and roots. 💯

      Bro BuildsBro Builds4 күн мурун
  • That round point shovel seem to work OK for your sos but if the grass is already established a sharp shooter is a much better option you’ll have to get down on your knee and just cut straight underneath the grass in huge strips

    Ky PlummerKy Plummer4 күн мурун
    • @Ky Plummer oh man, same here. :) I spent some time working on those pavers for sure!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds4 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds Thanks great video, it turned out great. I was surprised at how level you guys were able to make all the stones it would bother me if I couldn’t get them all level like that!

      Ky PlummerKy Plummer4 күн мурун
    • Great tip, thanks!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds4 күн мурун
  • how do blocks around the firepit stay in place? sand holds patio stones in place by friction, but i feel that good kick from kids or soccer ball will topple that firepit

    mbchudnombchudno4 күн мурун
    • It's pretty solid just from gravity, but we do plan on adding masonry adhesive once we're done with the firepit. We removed some blocks for better airflow in our next video:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds4 күн мурун
  • You can remove a couple of stones from the first layer of the fire pit wall to allow air flow.

    Georgios Pyrgiotakis, PhDGeorgios Pyrgiotakis, PhD5 күн мурун
    • Yep, good call. We did that in our next video:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • That fire won’t get much oxygen as it is... are there vent holes so that the fire can breathe?

    keith reaykeith reay5 күн мурун
    • Yeah good call. We noticed more smoke because of that, so we tried some air flow stuff in the next video:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • That's a fine looking barbeque

    sixthkid6sixthkid65 күн мурун
  • nice video

    Daily Conversation in EnglishDaily Conversation in English5 күн мурун
    • Thanks!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • I use to build these all the time. I did interlocking brick for 5 years. 4-6 inch base is good with one inch of brick sand. Depending on where you live 3-4 is good too! I like you used the pipes too for the sand. It's the easiest way to do it. Kudos for that one. ALways use a tamper at the end not a mallet :P it's easier to tamp it as a whole so it is more level. At the end when you were sliding the 2x4 around and you felt one was high you should have hit the 2x4 it would have leveled them all in the strip. Good job!

    Josh PetherickJosh Petherick5 күн мурун
    • Thanks man! Good tips.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • This looks like legos

    Mercenary GhostMercenary Ghost5 күн мурун
  • How big is the pit itself? Just wondering how much room you have from the outside of the pit to the edge of the patio. Planning on building benches around it so I am just curious

    Nick AyalaNick Ayala5 күн мурун
    • The patio has a 12.5 ft diameter, and the fire pit has about a 4ft diameter. So there's about 4ft for seating all the way around.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • 12:10 DUDE ON ROOF, DUDE ON ROOF!!!!!!!!

    RoblobsterRoblobster5 күн мурун
    • Lol, yup. There he is!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • This is beautiful, well done! I appreciate so much when someone can point out mistakes they've made, helps me not feel so dumb And gives me encouragement to try again. I want to put in a smallish path using pavers, but it's on a slope, don't know if pavers will work? Maybe using the polymer sand will help??? Thank you for this video !!!!

    Rebecca MckenzieRebecca Mckenzie5 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds thank you! I'll be watching for it 🙂

      Rebecca MckenzieRebecca Mckenzie5 күн мурун
    • We’re actually going to be doing a paver path sometime this summer! It’ll be on a slight slope.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • That backyard huge

    Ken BullardKen Bullard5 күн мурун
    • So, it's actually two backyards put together, since my in-laws live next door and we decided not to put a fence in between. But, both yards are a decent size already, so yeah all together it's massive.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • Why am I watching this.. I don't even have a house or a garden..

    Azog der SchänderAzog der Schänder5 күн мурун
    • Future inspiration. And it's relaxing :)

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • 11:40 a bro listenin from a pro lol

    IceNuebSamIceNuebSam5 күн мурун
    • Yeah, he had since good advice I thought! :)

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • How much did it cost

    MizaiMizai5 күн мурун
    • @IceNuebSam lol, nope. It's three different kits: patio, fire pit, and caps. Plus sand/gravel and some other misc materials.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds does that include your camera

      IceNuebSamIceNuebSam5 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds thats cool we have alot of space and we can build it if we want

      MizaiMizai5 күн мурун
    • It was $1700 for all the materials.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
    • probably $200-$400

      IceNuebSamIceNuebSam5 күн мурун
  • Your video has inspired me to pay someone to do this.

    minnesotajack1minnesotajack15 күн мурун
    • Haha, that works 😁

      Bro BuildsBro Builds5 күн мурун
  • * congrats to anyone who showed up early to the video you’re a loyal fan* ⚜️!

    I’m Legit Súbbing to Everyone Who Sùbs To Me!I’m Legit Súbbing to Everyone Who Sùbs To Me!6 күн мурун
  • Thought the channel name was Pro builds, instead its Bro builds.

    Uh lolUh lol6 күн мурун
    • Yeah, no pros here 😁

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • Gaspipe sizes are related to internal diameter.... :)

    Bjørn VerheijdenBjørn Verheijden6 күн мурун
    • Yeah, we found that out :)

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • 1 day build max

    lil CuBonelil CuBone6 күн мурун
    • Nobody named Max here.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • Good job - looks great

    Rob EsteyRob Estey6 күн мурун
    • Thanks man

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • the easier way to do this is pour concreate level and smooth it out and lay the stones on top and it will be there for a very long time

    DarknightDarknight6 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds ok have a good day bye

      DarknightDarknight6 күн мурун
    • @Darknight yeah, see that's a lot of steps! 😂 Pavers are a lot easier than getting concrete right, especially if you've never done concrete. And I really don't think you want to put pavers on top of concrete either - you'd need a layer of something between. So I think this was the correct application.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds for building a slab of concrete you decently level the ground framing depends on what your doing of and when pouring concrete use a concrete rake to even out the concrete then use a bullfloat and or mag depending on size to pull up and smooth that creamery looking stuff for forming edges you use a tool for the edge a then brush for texture or there's a special tool that gives that glossy look there are some differences in concrete building so best to contact a pro near you to help with your project but you wont need gravel if your ground has no bad problems also I recommend about 4 in thick of concrete so it doesn't break on you. me and my family does construction. the patio kit you have uses gravel so your sand doesn't erode from under and give the stones support

      DarknightDarknight6 күн мурун
    • Before pouring concrete, you'd need to compact a layer of crushed gravel very similar to what we did here, and construct a form around the edges. So it probably wouldn't save time or effort.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • Looking up Tv Mounts and ended up distracted here xD real interesting plus the Ryan eye-candy is definitely enjoyed ;)

    RosythingyRosythingy6 күн мурун
    • 🤢

      Steve WardmanSteve Wardman5 күн мурун
    • Lol thanks

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • "We're bros, not pros". Love it

    Lori WatersLori Waters6 күн мурун
  • Where did you get the kit from? Can you provide a link?

    Robert ElginRobert Elgin6 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds thanks

      Robert ElginRobert Elgin6 күн мурун
    • No link, but it's made by Basalite

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • I love this bro surprised I didn't find this channel earlier

    Why ThoWhy Tho6 күн мурун
    • Thanks man! :)

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • You should have made the dirt wet then dig it out

    SunflowergirlシSunflowergirlシ6 күн мурун
  • wont u need to bore 2 or 4 holes in to supply oxygen to the fire?

    Time for Wakey WakeyTime for Wakey Wakey7 күн мурун
    • We didn't drill holes, but we did add some air flow in the next video, to try and reduce the smoke:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds6 күн мурун
  • Me and my Boy Scouts did this in 6 hours

    Fe4R Captain random 87Fe4R Captain random 877 күн мурун
    • Nice!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • Nice job !!! I wish i could have so huge backyard to have place to build this... I wish i could have house with backyard... I wish i could have backyard... i wish i could have a house :O

    HubsonPLHubsonPL7 күн мурун
  • 13:05 why tf is someone on the roof?

    gjiangl ggjiangl g7 күн мурун
    • 🙂 they were still roofing some of the new houses in the neighborhood at that time.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • great video! but one question: why you needed to dig that deep - and use a lot of gravel? what would be the problem if you dig shallower?

    rasputinfrasputinf7 күн мурун
    • The gravel provides a solid base that still allows water to drain away quickly. A shallower hole might not give enough drainage or stability over time.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • Great video but there is no way I am messing with digging it out manually. Home Depo tool rental you can get a mini excavator for the day for under 200 dollars and you can use it to haul away the dirt and bring the pavers around and sand and rock. If one wants to not sound the money then get a garden tiller to break that sod and soil to easily scoop up the dirt. Work smarter not harder.

    Wayne WayneWayne Wayne7 күн мурун
  • Him saying bro is cringe af

    William CarterWilliam Carter7 күн мурун
    • @William Carter haha, I hear ya. I normally don't say bro in the comments (and in the videos when I think of it) cuz it CAN be too much 😁 Glad you enjoyed it tho!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds 🤦🏼‍♂️I still watched the whole video cause I like what you were doing but damn I made a weird face every time u said that

      William CarterWilliam Carter7 күн мурун
    • Noted, bro 😄

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • Nobody has any issues with pavers and blocks like those exploding from fire?

    Remrie ArrieRemrie Arrie7 күн мурун
    • ​@Bro Builds It looks like there are some that are specifically fire rated. Otherwise ones that aren't, if wet, just need a small fire to dry them out before making the fire larger. I do know vaguely speaking stones are generally ok-ish. The two biggest issues is them exploding in a way that causes an injury, or creates cracks and holes that affect how it looks.

      Remrie ArrieRemrie Arrie3 күн мурун
    • @Remrie Arrie if you want to protect the pavers on the ground, river rock might work well and still look good 👍

      Bro BuildsBro Builds4 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds thank you. I appreciate the response. I know it's a major issue for people who do forging, but I've also known people to build a grill out of blocks as a kid. It looks very nice, I would like to try to emulate that myself but I haven't finalized a design just yet. I had assumed I would have to have a dirt bottom or dig a hole for a truck wheel or something.

      Remrie ArrieRemrie Arrie4 күн мурун
    • Others have commented something similar, but we do have a metal ring in there that covers most of the blocks, and we also added a grate which lifts the fire up off the ground a bit. So far no issues, but there's always the possibility I guess! Check out our second video if you want to see the grate and metal ring a bit more:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • When the sand you swept in the cracks inevitably washes out, replace it with polymeric paver sand. Trust me.

    Mystery DMystery D7 күн мурун
    • Polymeric is the best stuff going

      Greg ShieldsGreg Shields3 күн мурун
    • I agree that works so much better.

      Georgios Pyrgiotakis, PhDGeorgios Pyrgiotakis, PhD5 күн мурун
  • Tott

    Riley PrideRiley Pride7 күн мурун
  • Awesome Dude... Luv Frm India.

    Krishna AgrawalKrishna Agrawal7 күн мурун
    • Thanks man!

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • Love it

    Cole's Cleaning ServicesCole's Cleaning Services7 күн мурун
  • Okay crazy question...but just confirming that you burn directly on the pavers l? The ring was just on the sides if I saw correctly?

    Heather SoulchinHeather Soulchin7 күн мурун
    • That's correct, we did burn right on the pavers for a few fires. But then we got a grate, which you can see on this video:

      Bro BuildsBro Builds7 күн мурун
  • How much did this project cost yall? Including the kit, the tools y’all used, and the time it took?

    Hussain MotiwalaHussain Motiwala8 күн мурун
    • @Bro Builds Awesome! Thanks for letting me know and replying so fast!

      Hussain MotiwalaHussain Motiwala8 күн мурун
    • $1700 for everything, and it probably took around 30 man hours.

      Bro BuildsBro Builds8 күн мурун