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  1. What Wind Guard Works with Your Fire Pit?

    How to Determine What Wind Guard Works for You

    Wind guards are designed to complement your fire pit as well as prevent the flame from blowing around excessively or blowing out all together. Wind guards are also used to prevent loose items from getting too close to the flame. All of our wind guards are made with tempered glass which ensures they are durable and built to last. We recommend having 2.5" of clearance on each side (5" total) between your fire pit opening and the wind guard for optimal performance. The wind guards are meant to sit on the outside of your fire pit opening.

  2. Why Empire Vent-Free Fireplaces Are a Top Choice for Your Home

    New at Spotix for 2019

    Empire gas fireplace products are now available at Spotix. With a full selection of great products and years of manufacturing expertise, these premium products make a great addition to any home or commercial space. Take a look at everything they have to offer.

  3. Introducing the Prism Hardscapes Fire Pit Collection

    Industrial elegance and a modern aesthetic

    Concrete fire features may not be a new idea, but few companies offer products quite like those manufactured by Prism Hardscapes. These timeless fire pits offer a premium option for any home or business. With their durable construction and widely appealing aesthetics, these concrete units make a great option for many—and they’re backed by a company with a proven track record.

  4. Now Available: The Latest Napoleon Grills

    What makes Napoleon Grills unique?

    Premium grills can be expensive, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t quality to be had at lower price points, as well. Napoleon offers premium grills for customers on a tighter budget while still offering a marked upgrade over anything found at a big box store.

  5. Delta Heat Grills: Updated for 2019

    Delta Heat Grills: Updated for 2019

    A premium grill is more than just a utilitarian appliance designed to cook food—it’s the foundation of a great outdoor kitchen. If you want to create a unique space to entertain friends and family, you’ll need products you’re proud of. This is where Delta Heat comes in.

  6. The Best Grills for 2019

    What makes Delta Heat grills special?

    It’s hard to believe 2019 is only a few short weeks away, but it’s true. To help you get ready for the new year, we’ve put together a list of some of our best grills. Keep reading to check out the list of some of our favorites at Spotix.com.

  7. Seared Tuna on a Himalayan Salt Block

    A perfect option for cold weather grilling

    Among the many wonderful searing companions, tuna is one of my favorites. Increasingly popular among restaurants now, a sesame seared tuna is extremely easy dish to pull off - served with its usual friends: soy sauce & wasabi. All in all, it's quite delicious, and if you butcher your tuna right you can get make some tuna tartare as an appetizer.

  8. Smoking Basics: How to Smoke a Turkey

    Thanksgiving Turkey at its Finest

    It’s turkey time again, and this year why not smoke your turkey? Smoking a turkey is not as difficult as it appears, in fact - in many ways, it’s much simpler to smoke your turkey than the traditional oven roasted bird. There are several ways to enhance your turkey, from brining to basting (and I’d highly recommend brining your bird), but today let’s look at the easiest way to smoke a turkey: a simple spatchcocked turkey.

  9. Classic Italian: How to Make Grilled Panzanella Salad

    A simple recipe with a rich heritage

    The Tuscany region of Italy is famous for its simple yet flavorful cuisine. Panzanella is no exception. This classic Italian salad makes use of stale, crusty bread pan fried in olive oil and garlic—think croutons—and mixes it with delicious fresh vegetables. Panzanella makes a great side dish for plenty of meals. Its fresh and light flavor also makes it an excellent summer entree when you're looking for a meal that won't weigh you down.

  10. How to Convert a Wood Fire Pit to Gas

    Reasons to Convert to a Gas Fire Pit

    Wood fire pits may be simple to install, but they’re not always the best option for those looking to install a fire pit at their home. Many urban developments restrict the use of wood fire pits due to safety concerns (an uncontrolled fire can spread dangerously). Beyond that, wood fire pits require the extra hassle of always having wood on hand to burn. This requires extra storage space, and because the wood is often stored outdoors, you’ll often find it's wet and difficult to start a fire.

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