Water Features

A custom water feature can remarkably enhance your landscape design, providing a refreshing look to your outdoor space. A properly designed custom pond or fountain can bring an element of serenity to your surroundings that are hard to match with any other landscaping feature.

There are many styles of water features to choose from, so it is crucial to have an idea of what’s important to you before making a decision. For example, if you’re looking for an option that has minimal upkeep, a fountain or water wall may be the choice for you. If you’re looking for something more expansive that will be a signature feature for your home, a pond or poodles waterfall is the direction for you.


The following guide will help you through the planning and installation of a new pond:

You need to position it carefully from where you will have great views for most of the time. Make sure your pond receives around 5 to 6 hours of sunlight for the plants and water conditions to stay at their best. If you want to install it in a partially shaded area, bear in mind that falling leaves and other debris may increase maintenance time and cost.

Building a custom pond is not a DIY project. A miscalculation with size and shape can completely kill the look of your garden. The best way to save some time and money, as well as obtaining the right result would be to consider hiring professionals offering pond installation services in your area.

Pond Shapes:

There are two classifications of pond sizes: informal pond or large pond.

Informal ponds are free-flowing shapes and can be built to any size constraints the yard might have. They are relatively smaller than larger ponds and don’t require as much upkeep.

Larger ponds are deeper and more expansive. They have the necessary requirements for Koi fish and can include a small to large waterfall. Larger ponds can also include a small bridge or stepping stones for functionality and style.

Both ponds will house water plants and landscaping to complement the feature.


Adding Koi fish to your pond can bring life and excitement to your home. Koi fish represent wealth and prosperity so if you’re looking to add some luxury to your outdoor space, Koi fish are a great option. Koi come in an array of sizes and colors. Although Koi bring whimsy to your pond, they are living beings that require specific care. Be sure to talk to a pond professional about Koi fish upkeep before making your decision.

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As its name suggests, a pondless waterfall or stream is a flow of water without a pond. Pondless Waterfalls work by re-circulating water from a reservoir tank placed underground. It pumps the water up from the tank, over the waterfall or stream, and is collected back down into the reservoir to begin the cycle again. Pondless waterfalls are easily installed and require very little maintenance and upkeep.

Pondless Waterfalls are also a great option if you’re limited on space but want a water feature that will provide ambiance. They are built custom to the homeowner’s specifications and can range anywhere from multi-tiered to a simple stream. Pondless waterfalls are also a great option for families with small children and pets because they don’t have a drowning hazard like other ponds.

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Fountains are a great way to add some elegance and serenity to your home. There are an array of styles to choose from, so you’re sure to find a match for your home. Fountains can be a very affordable way of enhancing your home garden. You can purchase fountains prefabricated or have one custom-built, using your exact specifications. Fountains are a crucial design aspect in English Garden Landscape and Mediterranean Landscape Design. 

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