We make your garden beautiful by installing the fountains, pools, ponds, rills, artificial waterfall and streams.A water feature can be range in size from a desk top water fountain to a large indoor waterfall that covers an entire wall in a large building, and can be made from any number of materials, including stone, stainless steel, resin, iron and glass. We have installed water features in Edmonton and its surrounded areas.
Water features add sound, texture, and movement to landscaping designs and help homeowners to feel that their surroundings are more natural and unique.
Water features help to make landscape one of a kind. It gives unique looks to the landscape.Water features require a little amount of maintenance. Simple wall fountains, huge cascading waterfalls, and other pondless water features are good choices for low maintenance.
Water features can fit in a small space, so don't ignore this.
Purchase the water feature. Determine the placement of water feature where it need to install in your front yard or backyard. Mark out the outline of the place with landscape paint. Dig a hole wide and deep enough to accommodate the pump and pond.
Underlayment protects the rubber liner from tears caused by roots and rocks. Spread out a large piece so it covers the bottom as well as sides. Temporarily secure both pieces with large rocks.
Set the pump into the pond at correct position. Position the rocks around and base of the pump. Also insert decorative and other stones in the pond with proper support.
Fill the pond with water so that the underlayment and liner settle into place. Continue filling the water until the appropriate level is reached. Attach the pump to a water source.
Do finishing of the edge of the pond with the help of stones to conceal the underlayment and liner. Trim off any excess. Add water plants and other decorative features to complete the pond. Plug in the fountain and turn it on the fountain to ensure that it works properly.
bring the sounds of nature to your doorstep by installing water features in your landscape.