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here to see our selection of Preformed ponds.
you have the perfect area for a preformed
pond? Here are some tips:
- Electrical outlet - Your pond pump, filter, and water features will
need to be plugged into an electrical outlet. For most people, this
means that the preformed pond must be placed close to the house. But
you could hire an electrician to add electricity to a remote location
in your yard.
- Slope - Will the pond be at the base of a slope? If it rains, water
may carry debris (and even harmful fertilizers) down the slope and directly
into the pond, harming your fish and plant life.
- Surrounding foliage - Will there be trees around the pond? Trees have
the benefit of shading the pond, but deciduous trees will shed their
leaves during the fall, directly into your pond (a problem which can
be addressed by using pond netting in the autumn). Also, large trees
could have roots that could extend force to the side of the pond.
Preformed ponds are the fastest and easiest way to create
a beautiful backyard sanctuary. For added beauty, you can use rocks
or stacked stone to hide the preformed pond liner and make the pond
appear more natural. Ponds are a perfect focal point in your yard. Here
at PonDepot, we sell both preformed ponds, often appreciated for their
ease of installation, and flexible pond liners, offering unlimited design
flexiblity. Which pond liner is right for you?
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