Koi Ponds are the best way to bring nature into your backyard
Koi Ponds are one of the best water features you can add to your backyard or patio.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the serenity that comes along with the sound of running water and calming force of the lovely koi fish. Feel your tensions and worries of the everyday grind melt away as you enjoy your personal backyard pond!
Our Water Gardens are self-sustaining and require very little maintenance, and gives you a chance to have koi fish as pets, without the regular upkeep of an indoor aquarium.
Pond plants also give the opportunity to widen your gardening landscape with choices beyond the daily petunia and rose. Creating this new ecosystem will attract beautiful birds to your Koi Pond.
Bond with your family and friends and spend quality time by your water garden. You’ll soon wonder why you waited so long to enhance your backyard with a beautiful water garden!
Do ponds require a lot of maintenance?
No. Ponds can be very low maintenance. A balanced ecosystem can almost take care of itself. A pond that is installed properly and utilising the ecosystem approach and correctly sized equipment maintenance is minimal & enjoyment is maximised.
What if I go out of town? Who will feed my fish?
The fish do not need to be fed daily. They have many natural food sources within the ecosystem pond. However, feeding is one of the most enjoyable aspects of owning a backyard pond.
How long does maintenance take each day?
It is not required every day. Only one time per week! About 10 minutes is all it asks of your time.
How much does it cost to install a Pond?
The price depends on many variables like size, type of filtration, customization, etc. Generally small custom features range from $8K-$10K and larger features start at $15K. We have built many systems for and under $5K with great results for small spaces.
In a Pondless Waterfall, where does all the water go?
It is a recirculating system which utilizes a storage chamber assembled with a value and Aquabox to displace the volume of water in the system. It assembles to make the water “disappear”.