i have a molded pond now for the last 13 yrs, but it cracked this summer so it's time for a change. We would like to do it ourselves, as my husband would like to cut corners, i must get
out there and price a few things from a larger pump and a large liner so it will last another 13yrs. Alot of the rocks we have, just may need a few LARGER ones, but also a few lights would be nice too. so my question is thickness of liner and any hints where to go to start. i. would like to go bigger and better. Ebay i know but any other help you can give me. ty cindy in rochester n.y.
This 500-foot long water feature located at a private residence in Crown Point may look natural, but it was installed by Aquascape 2 years ago. A constructed wetland filter helps clean
the water and a sub-surface. RainXchange rainwater harvesting system manages stormwater run-off and stores it to feed the water feature as needed. A beautiful and environmentally-friendly landscape feature all-in-one! For more info on Aquascape, visit www.aquascapeinc.com. For information about our RainXchange system, visit www.rainxchange.com.
Commented on Apr 16, 2013
can anyone tell me how thick of a liner you need to use for a pond ? i need to get one and do
it ourselves but i don't know how thick the liner must be to last a long time without tairing on me. thanks cindy
How do you add pizzazz to a normally boring retaining wall? Install a pondless water feature. Yes Pondless, this mean that the water is underground and in a safe area where children can't
access it. This pondless waterfall was built in 2004 while we were renovating this backyard and pool area. This family had a new born child, and wanted thie sights and sound of a waterfall, but it had to be safe. By creating the reservoir for the water underground with an Aquavault and aquablox, we can store 500 gallons of water to be used for this waterfall.
The waterfall is made of Moss Rocks and Mexican beach pebbles, there are procumben junipers and dwarf cypress along the edges to soften the hardness of the boulders and retaining wall.
This project was awarded a merit trophy in 2004 by the Northeast spa and pool association. It was designed and built by the Deck and Patio Company in Huntington Station New York. www.deckandpatio.com
When brainstorming ideas for a wedding guestbook, I came across a bench that all the guests signed. It was a brilliant idea! I got all my bridesmaids together and had them help me build
Ana White's Rustic Bench (plans here: http://ana-white.com/2010/01/plans-rustic-be...), painted it white and added some custom artwork with a paint pen. At the wedding, all the guests signed it, and I sealed it with polycrylic. It's the perfect heirloom piece, and our guestbook is displayed at all times at the foot of our bed! Not bad for only spending about $15 ;) Details on how I added the artwork can be found here (http://www.killerbdesigns.com/wrapping-it-up/)