We love the pleasant atmosphere that tags along the monsoon season. The cool breeze and the sound of rain make everything ten times better. But wait, does your firepit love the rains as much as you do? Rainwater can not only damage your firepit but if you don’t take proper care, your firepit can be damaged to an extent where you’ll need to buy a new one. But don’t worry- we have got your back. At Shop4Patio we believe that with the right kind of care and maintenance, you can make the most out of your outdoor furniture while making it last for a really long time. \nOur team has mentioned 3 tried and tested rain safety tips for your patio fire pit to make sure it isn’t damaged due to rainwater. Let us dive right into them!\nCover it up\nCovers are equally important for fire pits as much as they are for any other outdoor furniture. The covers protect the outer quality of your fire pit through which you can ensure that it prevents debris and mildew from entering. You can choose from material options like vinyl or metal covers. Metal covers enhance the aesthetic look of your fire pit and are highly utilitarian. In order to retain the functionality, clean your pit regularly with mild soap and water. \nPrepare for saltwater\nIf your house or patio is situated somewhere near a salty water resource, then there are certain things you’ll need to do differently. Saltwater is harsh and it can have an adverse effect on the material used to manufacture the fire pit. Make sure you position your fire pit in a way that it comes in minimum or no contact with water, especially with rainwater as it has a high content of salt. Don’t forget to cover it up when not in use. Go for metal covers that will protect your fire pit’s integrity and increase its life. \nInvest in movable fire pits\nConsider buying movable fire pits for better flexibility. A movable fire pit comes with the benefit of easy mobility. You can move it at your convenience. Mobility also helps in moving the pit indoors during heavier storms, rainfalls, or any calamity. However, you need to make sure that the fire pit has cooled down before you drag it inside. \nApart from these tips, make sure you are buying a firepit that is manufactured using durable materials. Going for fire pits made from materials such as stainless steel would be best if you live in a rainy region. Since stainless steel does not rust or corrode easily, it can be an ideal option that will last you a long time, even if it comes in contact with water. However, to ensure it is still advisable to move your firepit indoors, regardless of the material it is built of. \nEverything you need for your patio under one roof!\nAt Shop4Patio you’ll find a wide variety of fire pit tables where you can choose whatever fits your preference. Ranging from different prices to suit your budget to various shapes to fit in perfectly in the available outdoor space- our collection is versatile enough that offers something for everyone. Not just fire pits but we also have a versatile collection of other patio essentials such as wicker patio furniture, sunbrella furniture, cushions, lounge chairs, and coffee tables. You can either visit our showroom to check out the furniture in person or browse through the collection on our website and get everything delivered right to your doorstep. \nMake sure you check out the entire fire pit range and let us know which ones you love the most in the comment section below!