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Installing your Pingewood
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes
Great news! You have just unboxed your fresh new heating hub for your outdoor space and you’re probably now wondering where and how should I install it. Fear not, we have compiled a few factors to consider along with some helpful tips and best practices to ensure you’ll be well in the know for optimum Pingewood placement.
Your Pingewood should only be installed into an outdoor environment that is well ventilated to eradicate the danger of carbon monoxide build up overtime which kills. It is also essential to provide a 1 metre radius of open air around the fire from any combustible materials as the fire does get very hot. This could be anything from fences to plastic composite decking.
In addition, it is required that your fire is installed onto a flat surface ensuring that the flue has sufficient ventilation with no coverage so that any fumes can escape freely up the chimney. Wind can be a great annoyance and so this should be considered when installing your fire.
Tip: You neighbours should also be taken into consideration when installing your Pingewood to ensure that smoke and smells do not cause a nuisance.
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to install your Pingewood safely:
Safely unbox your Pingewood by lifting the box and cutting the wrap with a sharp knife, being careful not to scratch the body of the fire. You will be required to maneuver your Pingewood off the pallet it was delivered on. Remove all packaging away from the area so that it doesn’t become a trip hazard.
It is recommended for two or more people to maneuver the Barbow (80kg+). Start by carefully leaning the fire over as if it were to lay on its back. When the fire is at around a 45° degree angle one person will need to grab the top with two hands, ready to hold the weight of when the fire gets picked up. The second person will then need to grab the bottom of the fire and lift. It can be good practice to workout the safest and easiest route before lifting, using a tape measure to guarantee it will fit.
The best placement for your Pingewood is on a non-combustible flat surface with plenty of space around it. In addition, it is always good to think about the wind direction and . It is essential to leave a 1 metre radius around the fire to any combustible materials. Fences do get really hot.
Your Pingewood will get very hot and so it is essential to leave a 1 metres radius of air away from objects around the fire to ensure they do not catch alight. should be left with a 1 metre radius of air around the fire and be installed outdoors in a well ventilated area.
You should be vigilent and regularly check vulnerable areas. Move your Pingewood if you feel that anything is unsafe.
Not adhearing to these rules and regulations will void your warranty.
It is essential to leave more than 1 metre radius of open air around your fire to any combustible surface or material as the fire gets very hot.
Anything that is non-combustible, stable and flat. This could be a paving slab, stone, rock, concrete or our floor plates.