One of the significant parts of your pond is your plumbing, Your plumbing is the core of your pond’s health, and without the correct pipe you can wind up with dirty, mucky, and unkept water. So to ensure that your pond health is at its best, you’ll want to know all about your plumbing and what you should need.
Learn The Basics
First thing’s first, you’ll need to know the basic necessities and a liner and filter is the first place you should start. To find the appropriate liner, you’ll want to start by measuring the size of your pond to find the size of the liner you’ll need. You’ll also want to research your filter options to see which one is best for the pond you are looking to achieve or have.
Your choices also depend on what water features you have and the ones are you looking to add. All these will help you decide the type of pond plumbing you’ll need. For instance, if you are looking to add a waterfall down the road, you’ll want to have a pump that can support that. So when you go shopping for your new pump be sure to mention the features.
Pick Your Pipes
The filter is not the only thing you have options with; you also have a variety of pipes and you’ll want to know the different types to pick from. Your pipe size plays a significant factor in your water capacity so you’ll need to have a good idea of the kind of pond you are looking to construct before purchasing your pipes.
When designing your pond, speak to a professional, a person who builds ponds every day, it can save thousands of dollars, and a load of headaches. A simple five-minute call can be very enlightening, we will be more than happy to give you a little guidance and lend a helping hand.
Paradise Ponds by Ed Dedicke proudly services all areas from Bayside to Ronkonkoma and everywhere in between. Contact us to get started with your next project, or give us a call at 516-334-1122.