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Danville, Ill.

Discussion in 'Water Features' started by XStream Aquatics, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. XStream Aquatics

    XStream Aquatics LawnSite Member
    Posts: 239

    Anyone from Danville, Ill. area? We did a Ponditat for Humanity pond last year there in July. Also did one in Myrtle Beach South Carolina in 2006.
  2. MowingisMaddness

    MowingisMaddness LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 260

    I live about an hour and a half southwest of Danville, IL...

    I am not looking forward to tomorrow... I must fix my current leaking water feature... thanks again for the feedback... any more advice?

    Thanks, aj
  3. XStream Aquatics

    XStream Aquatics LawnSite Member
    Posts: 239

    The only other thing I usually do is drop in or use the existing pump and run a hose from basin to the starting point of falls. If I don't have a leak from there I'll move it down to a different point and so on until I notice the water has dropped. In your case you only have one step and it's to put your hose on top of the waterfall spillway rock and let the water spray over it. Thus eliminating your top basin. But if your pump is to strong the water might miss the lower basin.

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