How to Build a Concrete Fire Table

In today’s A to Z video I’m going to be showing you guys how to build a fire table. That’s right! This concrete table provides outdoor dining with a heated feature for the winter time. It only takes a couple of days to whip together, seats 10, and is even COVID friendly! Keep watching to find out how build this DIY concrete fire pit dining table from a to z.

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