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This pond had 2 feet of sludge in the bottom that our 1/2 horse power pump could not suck. We had to bucket the remaining muck out. Cleaning a pond is a lot of work but if done right and it is maintained, it is a lot easier the next...
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This pond was thick with milfoil. Once we got that out we started draining it and when we reached the 2 foot level our 1/2 HP pump could suck no more. A heavy semi liquid combination of sand/mud and large deposit of organic matter greeted us and we had to...
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Unfortunately, we don’t know what is on the bottom of your pond till we drain it down and see for ourselves. A lot of advice you see on the internet says to put gravel down to protect the liner or for good bacteria to multiply in. Both are somewhat true...
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Beautiful stacked Kettle Valley rock walls have created lots of planting areas around the water feature and gave us the height needed to create two streams with 10 very unique water effects and a waterfall into a pondless pond.This feature has lots of unique views and creates soft soothing sounds...
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Lots of visual appeal with 3 waterfalls on the bottom and a 42 inch one on the top level. Pondless with lots of room for pond plants to make it look even more spectacular. Lighting makes this feature amazing at night....
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The most natural and sounding water features. This feature is definitely mother nature-inspired with numerous effects to give lots of great sound and visual appeal....
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