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Specializing in custom DIY outdoor fireplace, kitchen and grill designs and plans for your outdoor paradise.

Using our exclusive designs and plans, you can have the backyard of your dreams and save thousands.



Pima II Fireplace Pima II Fireplace

The Pima II

The Pima II fireplace brings a highly sought-after change to the standard Pima design in that the firebox has been made larger. Everything about the fireplace is the same with the exception of this change. The fireplace seating measures 16" deep on three sides of the fireplace and is accented with a single-phase mantel, followed by a flared top. The overall measurements from the base are 96" wide, 48" deep, and 80" tall. The firebox measurements equal 48" wide, 24" deep, and 30" tall before the installation of firebrick. This fireplace requires block cutting.

The Pima ll fireplace plan has a total of 37 pages.


Concrete (cinder) block:

8x8x16 Block - (116)
8x8x8 Block - (4)
8x4x16 Solid Block - (14)

Additional building materials:

Concrete - 20 bags
Mortar - 10 bags
Steel Angle Iron
Rebar and Wood


8x8x16 Block- $1.25 each @ 116 = $145.00
8x8x8 Block- $1.00 each @ 4 = $4.00
8x4x16 Solid Block- $1.00 @ 14 = $14.00
Steel Angle Iron - $3/foot @8ft. = $24.00
Mortar - $4.00 @ 10 bags = $40.00
Concrete- $3.00 @ 20 bags= $60.00
Rebar & Wood- $75.00
Firebrick - $1.60 @ 155 = $248.00
Approx. rough build total = $610.00

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Years ago I looked at my bare backyard and thought I should add something. I had a lot of unused space but felt trees and plants weren't what the space needed. I had seen outdoor kitchens and fireplaces in magazines and on TV and thought I would inquire with a contractor about having them built. I provided the contractors with example pictures of barbeques and fireplaces I liked and received quotes as high as $7,800 to build just the fireplace. more...