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Use paver patio blocks to build a fire pit your family will love all year.
Use this checklist when you go to the store and purchase your items.
Dig a 45-inch-by-45-inch round hole 6 inches deep. The first course is buried to provide greater stability.
Once the hole is dug and level, pour in paver base about 3 inches deep, and tamp until well compacted.
Lay the first course, leveling as each stone is placed. Use the remaining base to level and fill in the first course.
Rotate the pattern for each course so that you stagger the course underneath. Use landscape adhesive on each course if desired. (Note: This will require more than 2 tubes of adhesive.) Check for level after each course.
After the fourth course has been set, lay the firepit insert on top. You won't need to anchor or glue the firepit to the stones.