6' Pondless and little pond I did. Is anyone slow out there like me?

Discussion in 'Water Features' started by FNCPonds, Jul 8, 2008.

  1. FNCPonds

    FNCPonds LawnSite Member
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    First pic is a 6' pondless with 3500 gph pump not quite finished but looks good and sounds great with some wood to give it that natural touch. Next is my granny's pond I built in Jan. a little 9' x 12' pond with 4' stream and 1' waterfall. Been slow down here in Texas how about you other pond builders hows business?

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  2. ANC Stone Creations

    ANC Stone Creations LawnSite Member
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    Nice work on both features, what size pump chamber are you running on the pondless stream?

    Work in Washington for water features could not be better.

    I have three water features to build that total over 60k in only a six week period.

    What are the water features going for over there?
     
  3. Venturewest

    Venturewest LawnSite Senior Member
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    Looks great. That is a serious amount of flow! I would like to try that on a feature. Mine have all been serene. I like the raging stream look.
     
  4. FNCPonds

    FNCPonds LawnSite Member
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    Thanks, I used two separate hose's to maximize the flow with a 3600 gph pump to get alot of water flowing down there. Plus, it was a steep hill and the first little falls was a peice of wood that made the water jump up alittle looks really cool.
     
  5. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    nice work!!!!!
     
  6. ANC Stone Creations

    ANC Stone Creations LawnSite Member
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    What size lines did you run?
     
  7. FNCPonds

    FNCPonds LawnSite Member
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    2 - 2" Hoses with a T connection
     

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