Outdoor Fireplace Costs 2022

Build An Outdoor Fireplace Cost

The average cost to build an outdoor fireplace is $3,000 in the US for 2022 according to Homeadvisor. To build an outdoor fireplace cost range from $1,500 to $20,000. Unfinished contractor models and pre-made kits normally cost between $1,500 to $9,000. If you want a fully customized project you would be looking at between $8,000 to $20,000 with the most expensive going up to $50,000. Space and budget are your only limitations!

Costs to Build An Outdoor Fireplace

For prefabricated kit contractors will charge an average of $650 with prices ranging from $300 to $1,000. Custom work obviously requires highly skilled labor masons normally charge by the project. Nonetheless, the underlying hourly rate averages $110 per hour with prices ranging from $70 to $150 per hour depending on the difficulty of the project and the type of material.

Prefab Fireplace Kits vs. Custom Builds

The cost of prefabricated kits is largely dependent on how elaborate you want the kit to be. They can run as little a $200 for a firepit to nearly $9,000 for a large stone fireplace. The average price of most kits is $3250.00 and they tend to fall within a price range of $1,000 to $5,000. However, some kits that are more customizable are available for a couple thousand more.

The average custom work cost is $14,000 with prices ranging from $8,000 to $20,000. However, your budget is really the only limitation here. Out of doors living spaces complete with ovens, kitchens, pergolas, patios and/or decks can quickly cost in excess of $100,000. However, you can save labor costs and get a matching look by putting together the whole outdoor living space together at the same time.

Average Fireplace Prices by Material

The kind of fireplace and the choice of materials all factor into the final price you will pay. These costs include a range of prefabricated kits to speciliazed custom work. Adding a pizza oven or a grill can make the costs even higher. Discuss your options with a mason or design professional whose expertise is in outdoor living spaces.

  • Stone: The average cost of a stone fireplace is $10,750. Stone fireplaces ranged from $1,5000 to $20,000 in 2021.
  • Brick: The average cost of a brick fireplace is $10,750. Stone fireplaces ranged from $1,5000 to $20,000 in 2021.
  • Metal: The average cost of a metal fireplace is $300. metal fireplaces ranged from $100 to $500 in 2021.

Costs by Fuel Type

The type of fuel you want to use can also play a factor in the costs of an outdoor fireplace.

  • Gas: The average cost of a gas fireplace is $3,375. Gas fireplaces ranged from $750 to $6,000 in 2021.
  • Propane: The average cost of a propane fireplace is $2,600. Propane fireplaces ranged from $200 to $5,000 in 2021.
  • Wood-burning: The average cost of a propane fireplace is $10,500. Wood-burning fireplaces ranged from $1,000 to $20,000 in 2021.
  • Electric: The average cost of an electric fireplace is $2,600. Wood-burning fireplaces ranged from $200 to $5,000 in 2021.

Belgard Kits & Other Top Brands

Prices are going to be similar when you purchase kits of similar materials and sizes regardless of the brand you choose. Kits usually come in modular form, meaning you can start with just a mantle and a fireplace and add on. of course, the price goes up, the more you add! Also, consider your location. prices in urban and suburban areas are more expensive than prices in the majority of settings that are rural. Here is a price guide to some of the leading brands:

  • Belgard Bristol, Wexfor, Jamestown & Brighton: The average costs for these brands is $7,000. Costs ranged from $2,000 to $12,000 in 2021.
  • Moda, Unilock Tuscany, Bella & Ventana: The average costs for these brands is $9,750. Costs ranged from $7,500 to $12,000 in 2021.
  • FlameCraft: (both unfinished and finished) The average cost for this brand is $5,750. Costs ranged from $4,500 to $7,000 in 2021.
  • Foyer and Techno-Bloc: The average costs for these brands is $3,750. Costs ranged from $2,000 to $5,500 in 2021.
  • American Fyre Designs, Phoenix, Mariposa, Firefall, Cordova and Manhattan: The average costs for these brands is $7,750. Costs ranged from $5,500 to $10,000 in 2021.

Installation Cost Factors

The cost of installation depends on a number of factors including size, location and adding amenities all at a price.

  • Size will still be the biggest deciding factor, the greater the size, the greater the cost. A firepit that is small and premade can be professionally installed for just $400. On the other hand, the wood burning fireplace that is fifteen feet in height complete with two wood boxes and a mantle can easily cost $20,000 plus. Location is also a very important consideration as some areas will require you to have a chimney not exceeding a certain height.
  • Utilities average $20 per linear foot with costs ranging from $15 to $25 per linear foot. It is possible an extra 25 feet away may cost you $600 or more.
  • Some areas may require or may you desire a chimney. The average chimney costs $1,500 with cost ranging from $1,000 to $2,000. Customized chimneys cost an average of $150 per square foot with costs ranging from $100 to $200 per square foot.

Adding To An Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor kitchens cost an average of $11,000. The cost of outdoor kitchens ranged from $3,000 to $19,000 in 2021. However, if you have the budget you can go as high as $50,000. Here are some costs of popular add-on’s.

  • Pizza Ovens cost an average of $3,000. Costs ranged from $1,500 to $4,00 in 2018-2019. A very high end prefabricated Unilock Tuscany Brick Pizza oven, however, will cost you over $10,000.
  • An enclosed patio, deck or pavilion averages $15,000. Costs ranged (depending on the size) from $6,000 to $40,000 or more in 2021.

Maintenance & Repairs

  • An annual fireplace cleaning cost averages $200. The cost of fireplace cleaning ranges from $100 to $300 in 2018-2019.
  • The average cost of stone that has been weather damaged is $450. However, prices can vary greatly due to to the material used and the kind of weather damage that material has had to endure. Some repairs may cost upwards of $3,000.

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Outdoor Fireplace Costs 2021

Build An Outdoor Fireplace Cost

The average cost to build an outdoor fireplace is $3,000 in the US for 2021 according to Homeadvisor. To build an outdoor fireplace cost range from $1,500 to $20,000. Unfinished contractor models and pre-made kits normally cost between $1,500 to $9,000. If you want a fully customized project you would be looking at between $8,000 to $20,000 with the most expensive going up to $50,000. Space and budget are your only limitations!

Costs to Build An Outdoor Fireplace

For prefabricated kit contractors will charge an average of $650 with prices ranging from $300 to $1,000. Custom work obviously requires highly skilled labor masons normally charge by the project. Nonetheless, the underlying hourly rate averages $110 per hour with prices ranging from $70 to $150 per hour depending on the difficulty of the project and the type of material.

Prefab Fireplace Kits vs. Custom Builds

The cost of prefabricated kits is largely dependent on how elaborate you want the kit to be. They can run as little a $200 for a firepit to nearly $9,000 for a large stone fireplace. The average price of most kits is $3250.00 and they tend to fall within a price range of $1,000 to $5,000. However, some kits that are more customizable are available for a couple thousand more.

The average custom work cost is $14,000 with prices ranging from $8,000 to $20,000. However, your budget is really the only limitation here. Out of doors living spaces complete with ovens, kitchens, pergolas, patios and/or decks can quickly cost in excess of $100,000. However, you can save labor costs and get a matching look by putting together the whole outdoor living space together at the same time.

Average Fireplace Prices by Material

The kind of fireplace and the choice of materials all factor into the final price you will pay. These costs include a range of prefabricated kits to speciliazed custom work. Adding a pizza oven or a grill can make the costs even higher. Discuss your options with a mason or design professional whose expertise is in outdoor living spaces.

  • Stone: The average cost of a stone fireplace is $10,750. Stone fireplaces ranged from $1,5000 to $20,000 in 2021.
  • Brick: The average cost of a brick fireplace is $10,750. Stone fireplaces ranged from $1,5000 to $20,000 in 2021.
  • Metal: The average cost of a metal fireplace is $300. metal fireplaces ranged from $100 to $500 in 2021.

Costs by Fuel Type

The type of fuel you want to use can also play a factor in the costs of an outdoor fireplace.

  • Gas: The average cost of a gas fireplace is $3,375. Gas fireplaces ranged from $750 to $6,000 in 2021.
  • Propane: The average cost of a propane fireplace is $2,600. Propane fireplaces ranged from $200 to $5,000 in 2021.
  • Wood-burning: The average cost of a propane fireplace is $10,500. Wood-burning fireplaces ranged from $1,000 to $20,000 in 2021.
  • Electric: The average cost of an electric fireplace is $2,600. Wood-burning fireplaces ranged from $200 to $5,000 in 2021.

Belgard Kits & Other Top Brands

Prices are going to be similar when you purchase kits of similar materials and sizes regardless of the brand you choose. Kits usually come in modular form, meaning you can start with just a mantle and a fireplace and add on. of course, the price goes up, the more you add! Also, consider your location. prices in urban and suburban areas are more expensive than prices in the majority of settings that are rural. Here is a price guide to some of the leading brands:

  • Belgard Bristol, Wexfor, Jamestown & Brighton: The average costs for these brands is $7,000. Costs ranged from $2,000 to $12,000 in 2021.
  • Moda, Unilock Tuscany, Bella & Ventana: The average costs for these brands is $9,750. Costs ranged from $7,500 to $12,000 in 2021.
  • FlameCraft: (both unfinished and finished) The average cost for this brand is $5,750. Costs ranged from $4,500 to $7,000 in 2021.
  • Foyer and Techno-Bloc: The average costs for these brands is $3,750. Costs ranged from $2,000 to $5,500 in 2021.
  • American Fyre Designs, Phoenix, Mariposa, Firefall, Cordova and Manhattan: The average costs for these brands is $7,750. Costs ranged from $5,500 to $10,000 in 2021.

Installation Cost Factors

The cost of installation depends on a number of factors including size, location and adding amenities all at a price.

  • Size will still be the biggest deciding factor, the greater the size, the greater the cost. A firepit that is small and premade can be professionally installed for just $400. On the other hand, the wood burning fireplace that is fifteen feet in height complete with two wood boxes and a mantle can easily cost $20,000 plus. Location is also a very important consideration as some areas will require you to have a chimney not exceeding a certain height.
  • Utilities average $20 per linear foot with costs ranging from $15 to $25 per linear foot. It is possible an extra 25 feet away may cost you $600 or more.
  • Some areas may require or may you desire a chimney. The average chimney costs $1,500 with cost ranging from $1,000 to $2,000. Customized chimneys cost an average of $150 per square foot with costs ranging from $100 to $200 per square foot.

Adding To An Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor kitchens cost an average of $11,000. The cost of outdoor kitchens ranged from $3,000 to $19,000 in 2021. However, if you have the budget you can go as high as $50,000. Here are some costs of popular add-on’s.

  • Pizza Ovens cost an average of $3,000. Costs ranged from $1,500 to $4,00 in 2018-2019. A very high end prefabricated Unilock Tuscany Brick Pizza oven, however, will cost you over $10,000.
  • An enclosed patio, deck or pavilion averages $15,000. Costs ranged (depending on the size) from $6,000 to $40,000 or more in 2021.

Maintenance & Repairs

  • An annual fireplace cleaning cost averages $200. The cost of fireplace cleaning ranges from $100 to $300 in 2018-2019.
  • The average cost of stone that has been weather damaged is $450. However, prices can vary greatly due to to the material used and the kind of weather damage that material has had to endure. Some repairs may cost upwards of $3,000.

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June 2021 Arizona Landscaping Tips

June Landscaping Tips

June is probably the most difficult period for many plants because of the long days, high temperatures, and low humidity. Ineffective water management is the number one cause of death of landscape plants in the Valley, and, believe it or not, it is more frequently from over watering than under watering. You can reduce your water bill and take better care of your plants it you water slowly (prevents run off), deeply (use a soil probe or a long handled screwdriver to check that the water is penetrating 2-3 ft. deep for trees and shrubs, and 1- 1 1/2 ft. deep for turf & flowers), and infrequently (Let the soil dry between watering) Read on for more tips.

June is probably the most difficult period for many plants because of the long days, high temperatures, and low humidity. Ineffective water management is the number one cause of death of landscape plants in the Valley, and, believe it or not, it is more frequently from over watering than under watering. You can reduce your water bill and take better care of your plants it you water slowly (prevents run off), deeply (use a soil probe or a long handled screwdriver to check that the water is penetrating 2-3 ft. deep for trees and shrubs, and 1- 1 1/2 ft. deep for turf & flowers), and infrequently (Let the soil dry between watering) Read on for more tips.

To Do List

  • Plant Bermuda lawns during the active growing season, May through August
  • Fertilize Bermuda grass lawns with Nitrogen each month beginning late April or early May according to the directions on the fertilizer package.
  • Apply Iron one a month according to the directions on the fertilizer package.
  • Apply one inch of water per week to Bermuda lawns. Once every two or three years dethatch Bermuda lawns if necessary. Only dethatch during the active growing season, May through August. This enables the turf to quickly recover.

Vegetables

  • Armenian Cucumbers, Melons (Cantaloupe, Muskmelon), Sunflowers
  • Plant Seeds
  • Plant Transplants
  • Sweet Potatoes

Roses

  • Cut back on fertilizing established roses to encourage plants to slow down for the hot summer
  • Water deeply as temperatures climb
  • Hose off plants in the early morning to increase humidity and control spider mites

Nut And Fruit Trees

  • Pick early-maturing deciduous fruit varieties, which are particularly prone to bird damage, before full maturity. Ripened at room temperature to lessen the bird peck loss.
  • Cover fruit trees with netting to protect from birds
  • Apply nitrogen and zinc to pecan trees to produce normal size leaf growth and to enhance kernel development. Pecans also need more water than most other shade trees.

Landscape Plants

  • Increase water application as the weather warms. June is the driest month. Pay attention to irrigation needs of plants.
  • Apply mulch to the ground around heat sensitive plants keep the roots cooler and prevent evaporation.
  • Apply chelated iron to bottle brush, pyracantha, silk oak, and other plants with iron deficiency symptoms.
  • Prune palms when flower spathes show or delay pruning until after the palm has finished flowering to prevent infestation of Palm Flower caterpillars. If palms are pruned in the spring, leave the top five rows of peels so the caterpillars have a place to hide.
  • Cut off spent blooms to stimulate rebloom
  • Native and imported heat tolerant plants can be planted right through the summer months. They will need to be watered on a regular basis until fall.
  • Transplant palms in the heat of the summer for best results.
  •  If you have previously had a problem, apply around the base of Agaves a pesticide labeled for use on grubs in order to kill the grubs of the Agave Weevil.
Source: https://cals.arizona.edu/maricopa/garden/html/t-tips/june.htm

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Landscaping Tips for June In Arizona

June Landscaping Tips

June is probably the most difficult period for many plants because of the long days, high temperatures, and low humidity. Ineffective water management is the number one cause of death of landscape plants in the Valley, and, believe it or not, it is more frequently from over watering than under watering. You can reduce your water bill and take better care of your plants it you water slowly (prevents run off), deeply (use a soil probe or a long handled screwdriver to check that the water is penetrating 2-3 ft. deep for trees and shrubs, and 1- 1 1/2 ft. deep for turf & flowers), and infrequently (Let the soil dry between watering) Read on for more tips.

June is probably the most difficult period for many plants because of the long days, high temperatures, and low humidity. Ineffective water management is the number one cause of death of landscape plants in the Valley, and, believe it or not, it is more frequently from over watering than under watering. You can reduce your water bill and take better care of your plants it you water slowly (prevents run off), deeply (use a soil probe or a long handled screwdriver to check that the water is penetrating 2-3 ft. deep for trees and shrubs, and 1- 1 1/2 ft. deep for turf & flowers), and infrequently (Let the soil dry between watering) Read on for more tips.

To Do List

  • Plant Bermuda lawns during the active growing season, May through August
  • Fertilize Bermuda grass lawns with Nitrogen each month beginning late April or early May according to the directions on the fertilizer package.
  • Apply Iron one a month according to the directions on the fertilizer package.
  • Apply one inch of water per week to Bermuda lawns. Once every two or three years dethatch Bermuda lawns if necessary. Only dethatch during the active growing season, May through August. This enables the turf to quickly recover.

Vegetables

  • Armenian Cucumbers, Melons (Cantaloupe, Muskmelon), Sunflowers
  • Plant Seeds
  • Plant Transplants
  • Sweet Potatoes

Roses

  • Cut back on fertilizing established roses to encourage plants to slow down for the hot summer
  • Water deeply as temperatures climb
  • Hose off plants in the early morning to increase humidity and control spider mites

Nut And Fruit Trees

  • Pick early-maturing deciduous fruit varieties, which are particularly prone to bird damage, before full maturity. Ripened at room temperature to lessen the bird peck loss.
  • Cover fruit trees with netting to protect from birds
  • Apply nitrogen and zinc to pecan trees to produce normal size leaf growth and to enhance kernel development. Pecans also need more water than most other shade trees.

Landscape Plants

  • Increase water application as the weather warms. June is the driest month. Pay attention to irrigation needs of plants.
  • Apply mulch to the ground around heat sensitive plants keep the roots cooler and prevent evaporation.
  • Apply chelated iron to bottle brush, pyracantha, silk oak, and other plants with iron deficiency symptoms.
  • Prune palms when flower spathes show or delay pruning until after the palm has finished flowering to prevent infestation of Palm Flower caterpillars. If palms are pruned in the spring, leave the top five rows of peels so the caterpillars have a place to hide.
  • Cut off spent blooms to stimulate rebloom
  • Native and imported heat tolerant plants can be planted right through the summer months. They will need to be watered on a regular basis until fall.
  • Transplant palms in the heat of the summer for best results.
  •  If you have previously had a problem, apply around the base of Agaves a pesticide labeled for use on grubs in order to kill the grubs of the Agave Weevil.
Source: https://cals.arizona.edu/maricopa/garden/html/t-tips/june.htm

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Arizona Fire Pit Do’s And Dont’s

Arizona Fire Pit Do's And Dont's

Fire pits are very popular in Arizona and are a great way of bringing people together. Read on to learn more.

You will need to think about what you want to burn in the pit and what should not be burned! You have many choices but need to take into account, environmental, safety and health reason factors. Everyone wants to have a great time but you need to be sure your fire pit does not impact the environment in a manner that may become toxic.

Burning Natural Wood

Natural wood is by far the best and acceptable material that can be used in the pit. It is natural and not chemically treated in any form. This avoids any form of toxic wastes or fumes from polluting the environment, or for inhalation. Often one makes the mistake of using unseasoned or green wood. It takes a longer time for the fire to burn and the smoke so emitted if it at all burns is enough for one to start having bad bouts of coughing.

Good Wood Choices

  • Pinion
  • Apple wood
  • Hickory
  • Beech
  • Dogwood
  • Red Oak
  • Birch
  • Pecan White Oak

Avoid Burning Toxic Materials

You need to make sure you are not burning synthetic materials or plastics. Sometimes they can be thrown into a fire pit inadvertently. Also for the sake of the greater environment please make sure you remove fuel or chemicals of any kind.

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Creating A Southwestern Desert Garden

Creating A Southwestern Desert Garden

The southwestern United States has a diverse landscape – especially in the desert regions that can vary from mountain to plain. One thing they have in common is water is a resource that is very scarce indeed. Read on to learn how you can add a touch of the southwest to your backyard.

Softscape

The desert landscape provides plenty of color options. From wood that has been sun-bleched to warm sandstone, to the grays and greens of sage and the beautiful tones of a desert sunset. Not to mention the colorful blooms of wildflowers in spring.

Hardscape

Utilize traditional materials for buildings like walls made from adobe mud or stone as well as gravel pathways.

Water Features

Large pools can be attractive but in this landscape it is difficult to make them sustainable. However fountains that recirculate water and lose less water because of evaporation can be very beneficial to any desert garden.

Accent Walls

Brightly painted walls are great design characteristics as well as providing cover for plants and trees. Often a rusty style color offsets tha nnatural landscape very well indeed.

Dry Creek Beds

To get a dry creek bed look, make subtle grade changes in your backyard with mounds of soil and mimicking a natural stream. Fill the “valleys” with stones and gravel, and plant the “hills” with drought-tolerant shrubs and ground covers.

Pergolas

The desert sun, particularly in midday, is intense. Nearly all Southwest gardens provide shady respite by incorporating wooden pergolas, shade screens or shade sails made of durable outdoor fabrics.

Plants And Grass

Desert plants are  the most well-adapted to these climates, but if you want to include greater diversity in the garden, turn to plants from other arid areas. The toughest plants of the Southwest, cactuses have evolved to thrive in extremes. Their fleshy, sculptural forms, designed to retain water for long periods of drought, can be highlighted against the backdrop of walls or fences. Create welcome pools of dappled shade in the landscape with Southwestern trees. Palo verde, chitalpa, desert willow and all kinds of mesquite are good low-water options.

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Fire Pit Ideas

Fire Pit Ideas

Fire pits are not only a great addition to a backyard they are also capable of being the centerpiece to a backyard. Read on to learn more.

  • A patio table fire pit may need some welding skills but is a great “twofer” and because it is on legs can be placed anywhere and moved.
  • Another portable fire pit is a grocery cart. A base can be added to catch the embers and you can also add a spark screen.
  • An old washer tub can be reused as a unique looking fire pit. Paint it with some high heat paint and add some metal legs and you are good to go!
  • You might think a wooden fire pit is a silly idea, but a sheet metal bucket will stop it from burning up and it looks like you have an outdoor fireplace.
  • If you are short on backyard space a diamond plated pit is an ideal solution and can be a DIY project if you are handy with metal work.
  • Foodness gracious, great bowls of fire! You can utilize an old bowl and some concrete and rocks to make a fire pit.
  • The stone fire pit is a combo with a bar as well.
  • If you have a hot tub, an in ground fire pit next to the tub may make it nice and warm when you step out of the water.
  • How about a traditional style cowboy cauldron, hanging down from a tripod? “Come and get it!”
  • You can assemble a ship to fulfill the artistic side of your personality.

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How Much Does It Cost To Build An Outdoor Fireplace

Build An Outdoor Fireplace Cost

The average cost to build an outdoor fireplace is $3,000 in the US for 2019 according to Homeadvisor. To build an outdoor fireplace cost range from $1,500 to $20,000. Unfinished contractor models and pre-made kits normally cost between $1,500 to $9,000. If you want a fully customized project you would be looking at between $8,000 to $20,000 with the most expensive going up to $50,000. Space and budget are your only limitations!

Costs to Build An Outdoor Fireplace

For prefabricated kit contractors will charge an average of $650 with prices ranging from $300 to $1,000. Custom work obviously requires highly skilled labor masons normally charge by the project. Nonetheless, the underlying hourly rate averages $110 per hour with prices ranging from $70 to $150 per hour depending on the difficulty of the project and the type of material.

Prefab Fireplace Kits vs. Custom Builds

The cost of prefabricated kits is largely dependent on how elaborate you want the kit to be. They can run as little a $200 for a firepit to nearly $9,000 for a large stone fireplace. The average price of most kits is $3250.00 and they tend to fall within a price range of $1,000 to $5,000. However, some kits that are more customizable are available for a couple thousand more.

The average custom work cost is $14,000 with prices ranging from $8,000 to $20,000. However, your budget is really the only limitation here. Out of doors living spaces complete with ovens, kitchens, pergolas, patios and/or decks can quickly cost in excess of $100,000. However, you can save labor costs and get a matching look by putting together the whole outdoor living space together at the same time.

Average Fireplace Prices by Material

The kind of fireplace and the choice of materials all factor into the final price you will pay. These costs include a range of prefabricated kits to specliazed custom work. Adding a pizza oven or a grill can make the costs even higher. Discuss your options with a mason or design professional whose expertise is in outdoor living spaces.

  • Stone: The average cost of a stone fireplace is $10,750. Stone fireplaces ranged from $1,5000 to $20,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Brick: The average cost of a brick fireplace is $10,750. Stone fireplaces ranged from $1,5000 to $20,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Metal: The average cost of a metal fireplace is $300. metal fireplaces ranged from $100 to $500 in 2018-2019.

Costs by Fuel Type

The type of fuel you want to use can also play a factor in the costs of an outdoor fireplace.

  • Gas: The average cost of a gas fireplace is $3,375. Gas fireplaces ranged from $750 to $6,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Propane: The average cost of a propane fireplace is $2,600. Propane fireplaces ranged from $200 to $5,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Wood-burning: The average cost of a propane fireplace is $10,500. Wood-burning fireplaces ranged from $1,000 to $20,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Electric: The average cost of an electric fireplace is $2,600. Wood-burning fireplaces ranged from $200 to $5,000 in 2018-2019.

Belgard Kits & Other Top Brands

Prices are going to be similar when you purchase kits of similar materials and sizes regardless of the brand you choose. Kits usually come in modular form, meaning you can start with just a mantle and a fireplace and add on. of course, the price goes up, the more you add! Also, consider your location. prices in urban and suburban areas are more expensive than prices in the majority of settings that are rural. Here is a price guide to some of the leading brands:

  • Belgard Bristol, Wexfor, Jamestown & Brighton: The average costs for these brands is $7,000. Costs ranged from $2,000 to $12,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Moda, Unilock Tuscany, Bella & Ventana: The average costs for these brands is $9,750. Costs ranged from $7,500 to $12,000 in 2018-2019.
  • FlameCraft: (both unfinished and finished) The average cost for this brand is $5,750. Costs ranged from $4,500 to $7,000 in 2018-2019.
  • Foyer and Techno-Bloc: The average costs for these brands is $3,750. Costs ranged from $2,000 to $5,500 in 2018-2019.
  • American Fyre Designs, Phoenix, Mariposa, Firefall, Cordova and Manhattan: The average costs for these brands is $7,750. Costs ranged from $5,500 to $10,000 in 2018-2019.

Installation Cost Factors

The cost of installation depends on a number of factors including size, location and adding amenities all at a price.

  • Size will still be the biggest deciding factor, the greater the size, the greater the cost. A firepit that is small and premade can be professionally installed for just $400. On the other hand, the wood burning fireplace that is fifteen feet in height complete with two wood boxes and a mantle can easily cost $20,000 plus. Location is also a very important consideration as some areas will require you to have a chimney not exceeding a certain height.
  • Utilities average $20 per linear foot with costs ranging from $15 to $25 per linear foot. It is possible an extra 25 feet away may cost you $600 or more.
  • Some areas may require or may you desire a chimney. The average chimney costs $1,500 with cost ranging from $1,000 to $2,000. Customized chimneys cost an average of $150 per square foot with costs ranging from $100 to $200 per square foot.

Adding To An Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor kitchens cost an average of $11,000. The cost of outdoor kitchens ranged from $3,000 to $19,000 in 2018-2019. However, if you have the budget you can go as high as $50,000. Here are some costs of popular add-on’s.

  • Pizza Ovens cost an average of $3,000. Costs ranged from $1,500 to $4,00 in 2018-2019. A very high end prefabricated Unilock Tuscany Brick Pizza oven, however, will cost you over $10,000.
  • An enclosed patio, deck or pavilion averages $15,000. Costs ranged (depending on the size) from $6,000 to $40,000 or more in 2018-2019.

Maintenance & Repairs

  • An annual fireplace cleaning cost averages $200. The cost of fireplace cleaning ranges from $100 to $300 in 2018-2019.
  • The average cost of stone that has been weather damaged is $450. However, prices can vary greatly due to to the material used and the kind of weather damage that material has had to endure. Some repairs may cost upwards of $3,000.

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Start creating your very own Outdoor Fireplace or Outdoor Kitchen in Scottsdale or Phoenix, Arizona by giving Arte Verde a call today at (602) 618-0688 to schedule a free consultation!

Nancy M

We decided to use Andy to redesign our yard because he truly thinks like an artist. He turned our yard into a beautiful desert landscape while keeping maintenance to a minimum and enhancing the beautiful plants with lighting and boulders. He was easy to work with and needed little guidance to achieve exactly what we envisioned. Andy also built a fire pit which again blends with the landscape, and turned out just as we wanted. He is easy to work with, dependable, and produces exactly what he promises. Andy has true passion for his work, which shines through in the results. Highly recommend!