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No, it is not. The breeze off of the ocean, mixed with the evening temperatures makes for a wonderful evening. Also, we do not place our chairs too close to the fire pit.
We offer a location that is as close to your rental home as possible. The county has many beach accesses, and we try to reserve a spot near your location, when possible.
We offer another day within a 7 day time frame. We recommend booking earlier in the week of your stay, so that if it rains, we can move the fire to a later date and time.
Not necessarily. If we must reschedule a customers fire, due to inclement weather, we cannot guarantee a beach access will have availability for us to purchase a bonfire permit with the county. This is one area that our hands are tied. For each beach fire that we do, we must gain county approval, before purchasing the permit. Sometimes beach accesses become booked.
Also as far as timing goes, if we must reschedule a customers fire to a later date, we are placing them in between other fires that we have booked. Example: If a customer books a fire for Monday night at 7pm, and we must reschedule their fire, the customer may end up having a fire at 6 pm on the next day that they choose for the reschedule. This is because we are working around other customers who booked fires on other days.
We ask customers to remain flexible when taking their booking, because of weather purposes.
The only extra fees customers may see, is if we must reschedule. Beach fire permits are non refundable with the county, so if we must reschedule, the county requires us to purchase a new permit.
Permit costs are included in your beach fire cost. We purchase this permit as soon as the county gives approval. However if we purchase a permit, and we must reschedule due to inclement weather, we must charge the customer for a new permit which is $105.00. This is something that is a county fee, and not a fee from our company. We charge the customer, if we must purchase a new permit to pay the county.