Yes, our gas fire pit tables are approved for use in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Approval Code: P1-0720-468.
Are the gas fire pit table for use in Massachusetts?
Can I burn wood in my gas fire pit table or fireplace?
Can I roast marshmallows over my Crystal Fire® Burner or Fire Pit Table?
Can I use my fire pit table all year round?
Can I use my OGC fire table on a wood deck?
Do I need to cover my fire pit table when it is not in use?
Does my Crystal Fire® Burner or fire pit table require adjustments for higher altitude operation?
How can I convert my gas supply type?
How can I repair minor surface scratches in a composite decking fire pit or furniture?
How can I repair minor surface scratches in my Supercast™ top?
How can I return my Supercast™ top to its original appearance?
How can I touch up my Supercast™ stain?
How do I assemble my fire pit table?
How do I install a Crystal Fire® Burner?
How do I maintain the Vintage Fire Pit Table wood base?
How do I properly size my gas supply line?
How do I re-attach my sliding tank door?
How do I replace my sliding tank door slides?
How do I start my Crystal Fire® Plus Burner?
How long will a 20 lb. LP tank last?
How many BTU's per hour are produced?
Is a propane tank included?
Is media included with the Crystal Fire® Burner or Fire Pit Table?
Is the fire pit or fireplace approved for use in screened porches, gazebos, and lanais?
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What can I do to maintain the Supercast™ finish?
What happens when it rains?
What is Supercast™?
What is the recommended seasonal maintenance for fire pit tables?
What makes a concrete top unique?
What type of fuels can I use?
Where can I use my OGC Fire Pit Table?
Which control panel should I use?
Why is my sliding tank door not sliding smoothly?
Why is there pitting in Supercast™?