Our client was remodeling their house and adding a large screened porch. Our design for the landscaping included new stone walls along with the new plantings. The client expressed a desire for a small water feature that could be enjoyed both in the garden as well as from the screened porch. We presented the idea for a small pool with 3 copper spouts pouring out of the retaining wall. As you can see in the photo, the final feature both blends in with the landscaping as well as attracts attention. Looking closely at the photo, you will notice that there is no visible evidence of liner, wires, pump, UV clarifier, or conduits. Also hidden from view are accessible ball valves in the wall to balance the individual flow to each spout. We thoroughly planned this feature out in order to hide all necessary equipment and the less attractive, yet necessary elements. We custom made the 2" copper spouts that exit the wall. Our electrician wired the pump and the submerged light to switches that are controlled from inside the porch. Our clients are able to turn on and off their feature when they desire, even if it is only while they enjoy their dinner while enjoying the sound of water.
The view from inside the porch was taken after installation was complete. The detail shot was taken 2 years after installation.