My First pond

Discussion in 'Water Features' started by HOLLYWOOD6973, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
    from PGH PA
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    [/FONT]Hello all.

    Ive had my landscape biz for 9yrs now and thought I would expand into ponds.
    Here's my first one. Please tell me what you think. I'm very happy with how it turned out, but I'd like to hear some of your thoughts. Also what would you charge for something like this?
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    thanks mike
     
  2. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
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    sorry, won't let me attach image *** please help
     
  3. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
    from PGH PA
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  4. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
    from PGH PA
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    here it is.

    pond 006a.JPG
     
  5. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
    from PGH PA
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    here's the before picture.

    pond 002a.JPG
     
  6. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
    from PGH PA
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    one bigger

    POND 0062.JPG
     
  7. Dirty Water

    Dirty Water LawnSite Fanatic
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    Looks pretty good. It seems the rocks around the border are just piled there though.

    Other than that, great first pond :)
     
  8. sheshovel

    sheshovel LawnSite Fanatic
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    This is an older thread but I would like to comment anyway.I thing you did a great job on this project!It blends well,you used good judgement in placing the rock and I like it overall.I think you might have made more"Fall"
    more water flowing down to several levels because the rock at the top of the falls tends to overpower the actuall water flow.I thing you did a wonderfull job though.
     
  9. HOLLYWOOD6973

    HOLLYWOOD6973 LawnSite Member
    from PGH PA
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    sheshovel
    thanks for your reply. its funny what you said about the water fall. because this weekend i took it apart because i felt the same way! I'm gonning to use bigger rocks and have the water spill over more...
    thanks again for your reply
    mike
     
  10. Commonwealth LC

    Commonwealth LC LawnSite Member
    Posts: 51

    Thats nice, i like it
     

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