Dean Pipito, the owner of Aquatica, has been in the pond industry for the past 23 years developing his skills and a reputation that is highly respected. Dean and his staff have built one of the largest waterscape firms in the country over the last two decades, pioneering many waterscape techniques and methods. Dean has been featured in newspapers and magazines and appears as a regular guest on many radio programs and TV shows. He has won numerous state landscape awards. Dean has been highly involved in the Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association in many roles, including president, vice president and treasurer. He currently serves as the treasurer of the Wildlife in Need Center in his hometown of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Dean and his wife, Angela, enjoy spending time on their farm when they're not working with their pond clients.
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Pond Builds With Deeper Meaning

By Dean Pipito / August 25, 2022 / 0 Comments

I’m often asked why I got into this very tough business and how Aquatica has remained successful over two decades. I always smile and tell them, “Ponds are my purpose, my calling, my way of touching people’s lives. It has not been easy, but I know that it has been worth it.” After you’ve been […]

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Home Shows in 2019: Do They Add Value?

By Dean Pipito / August 31, 2019 / 2 Comments

As a veteran of creating successful, award-winning displays for more than 20 years, I get asked a lot of questions. How do we come up with our inspirational scenes? Where do our crazy ideas come from? What is the real value of home shows in the water garden industry? There certainly isn’t an exact science […]

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Evolution of a Pond Client

By Dean Pipito / April 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

>> Be sure to visit our Pond Gallery Spotlight and view all the images related to this feature article. I’m entering my 23rd year helping pond clients see their landscape dreams come true. After all this time, one thing I am certain of is that people generally have a limited scope of what the final […]

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