Upgrade Your Pond Or Water Feature Filter
Let Our P.O.N.D.S. Member Contractors Lower Your Maintenance
One of the most popular upgrades you can do to your pond or water garden is to increase the filtration, and lower the time you spend maintaining it. It's true, you don't have to spend hours every week taking care of your pond, typically our member contractors will tell you that their customers spend maybe 5- 10 minuets a week doing general maintenance on their ponds.
Their customers will tell you that they spend more time feeding their fish then actually performing maintenance. This leads ultimately to more enjoyment and relaxation time around your water feature. Gone will be the days of back-washing your filter, dragging your pond out of the bottom of your pond to unclog the filter or intake area.
Filtering Your Pond The Natural Way
Natural Pond Filtration, might sound complicated, but if installed correctly it can be the one of the least complicated pond filtration systems you can own. To keep the system in balance requires the same things that actually make it more aesthetically pleasing. The rocks, gravel, plants, and waterfalls, are key components in the ultimate filter system. The pond components like the skimmer pump vault, and debris basket, and waterfall filter unit, are concealed during installation, ultimately making them near invisible.
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