An outdoor fireplace is a great addition to your outside space in New Jersey. If you're planning on installing one on your property, the cost will depend on various factors. These factors include the materials, size, fuel source, and potential permit costs. Various materials can be used to construct your outdoor fireplace, including wall blocks and natural stone, some more costly than others. Larger outdoor fireplaces will also cost more because they require additional materials and work to install. The fuel source is another factor that can affect the cost, with wood-burning fire features being more cost-effective than gas-burning. Lastly, potential permits for installing outdoor fireplaces can add to the cost.

The cost of your outdoor fireplace will depend on the materials.

One of the driving factors of the cost of installing an outdoor fireplace is the materials used to construct it. There are various material options that you can choose from for your outdoor fireplace, and each comes at its own cost. Wall blocks are popular materials to use for outdoor fireplaces because of their top-notch durability and longevity; they are also typically less costly. Natural stone is another reliable choice of material. With so many options to choose from, like bluestone and brownstone, natural stone will allow you to achieve your desired style for your outdoor fireplace. However, this option may have a higher price tag since it's considered high-end.

The size of your outdoor fireplace will affect its overall cost.

Another factor that can influence the cost of an outdoor fireplace is its size. That's because the size of your outdoor fireplace will dictate how much work goes into the construction and the cost of labor fees. A larger fire feature will cost more because it will take longer to install and require more materials. Meanwhile, a smaller outdoor fireplace is generally more cost-effective because it won't require as much labor and materials.

Gas, wood, and propane-burning outdoor fireplaces have different costs.

The type of fuel that your outdoor fireplace burns can affect its cost. Your outdoor fireplace can be gas, wood, or propane-burning, and each of them will cost differently. Gas-burning fire features typically cost more because gas lines have to be installed, which takes time and labor. While propane-burning options may be slightly less costly than gas, the most cost-effective choice is wood.

When choosing between a gas, wood, or propane-burning outdoor fireplace, consider your maintenance tolerance and whether you want it to be convenient to use.

Potential permit costs can affect the price tag of your outdoor fireplace.

Another factor that is often overlooked when considering the price tag of installing an outdoor fireplace is the cost of potential permits. Depending on where you are, constructing an outdoor fireplace on your property may require permits from your city or town. Obtaining these permits can also affect the overall cost of your outdoor fireplace installation.

Give us a call today to get an estimate for our outdoor fireplace installation service.

If you want to achieve your dream backyard oasis, we can help! Here at Trevor's Landscaping, we offer an outdoor fireplace installation service to commercial and residential properties, as well as HOAs, in Clinton, Califon, NJ, and nearby areas. We also offer this service to properties in Easton, Bethlehem, Nazareth, and surrounding communities in Pennsylvania. We offer custom and kit outdoor fireplaces to suit your preferences, and you can choose from gas, wood, and propane-burning options. If you're in New Jersey, you can call (908) 399-6281 to get an estimate for this service, while those from Pennsylvania can call us at (610) 215-9286 for a quote on your outdoor fireplace installation.