Building a garden waterfall is one of those projects that halfway through the process, I said to myself, “What was I thinking?” But when the project was completed, I said, ” WOW, that was definitely worth it!”
In order for you to get a feel for what Jane and I did, let me take you back to the beginning.
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Here’s the area that we had planned on improving this year. Back in the cold of winter( February), we were contacted by Smartpond, a company that sells supplies for water garden ponds featuring quality pond pumps, pond filters, pond liners, waterfall pumps, and I think you get the idea, right? The timing was perfect and we jumped at the opportunity.
Smartpond suggested that we make a rough sketch of what we had in mind with all the dimensions. They made recommendations on what we needed, but for you, it’s easy. They have a pond calculator on their website that will suggest what size liner and pump are best for your project. In fact, their website has a wealth of information for building any type or size of water feature.
It was my lucky day! It just so happened that when I decided to start digging, I spotted this piece of equipment next door. You see, my other brother is in the process of building a new house so I asked the builder if he’d mind helping me dig a hole.
Dislcaimer: We were provided supplies and a construction allowance from Smartpond, but all opinions are our own.
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