Contest Winner | How to Hide Pond Equipment and Create a Beautiful Waterscape

Published on July 19, 2017

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Hiding the “goods” with this pondless waterfall feature installation.

Replicating nature or mimicking nature is really at the heart of this industry. However, how do you create nature-inducing beauty without showing off the skimmer, pumps, and pond equipment?

Our Contractor Corner’s winner, Craig McBride from All Aquatics, for this quarter did just this by creating a beautiful pondless waterfall and, in the articles, provide insights on how to keep pond equipment hidden.

Article Excerpt below:

Some manufacturers offer skimmers with extended inlets to help set back the skimmer from the pond. This design hides the cover to the skimmer, but you’re still left with the skimmer mouth to try to hide.

I have had success using natural stones with a hole cut in the center a little smaller than the opening to conceal the plastic opening. I adhered it using black rock foam.

>> Read the full article, Contractor’s Corner | Mask the Mechanics to Create a Seamless View of Your Waterscape

Congratulations to Craig McBride at All Aquatics, they won $250 worth of Pondliner products!

Enjoy the read and remember to submit your recent pond project below and win this quarterly prize. Click here for more information.

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