Orange County Water Feature

Orange County Water Feature

Top Three Things to Think About with an Orange County Water Feature

You can get more benefits than you could ever imagine by adding an Orange County Water Feature.  Ponds and waterfalls can not only enhance your property value but can also create a soothing environment by attracting wildlife such songbirds and dragonflies.

You need to be careful when adding a water feature to your property.  Here are some items to consider when adding a waterfall, pond or really any water feature to your property.

1.Placement of your Orange County Water Feature

You need to be certain that your Orange County Water Feature will be clearly visible so that you are able to enjoy it to the fullest.  To do this, you should consider the views of your water feature from inside your house, as well as how well it integrates with your outside landscape.  Don’t install the water feature at the lowest point of your yard, since this can cause water quality and drainage issues

2. Safety Considerations

First and foremost, safety is always the goal when constructing an Orange County Water Feature. Our construction techniques enhance the safety of a pond by creating varying depths within the water column. This is important so that there is not only a way out of the pond should someone fall in, but areas in the pond that are shallower to allow one to step out or pull themselves up.

The Pondless Waterfall or Pond Free Waterfall is also a very popular water feature and is very safe. Think of the Pondless Waterfall as a waterfall or stream without the pond. We have installed hundreds of Pondless Waterfalls in front and backyards.

3. Placement of Underground Utility Lines

Hitting a utility line can result in a number of problems, which is why it is a good idea to learn about the placement of utility lines  before  digging a water feature.   Cases of property owners hitting an underground utility line while digging to add a water feature to their property aren’t unheard of.. Before starting to dig, call 811 to have your utilities marked on the ground to avoid costly repairs and any potential hazards underground.

These are just a few things to consider when adding a water feature to your property.  Consider hiring the best of the best with Aqualife Ponds when installing your Orange County Water Feature.  No matter what type of water feature you’d like, we have you covered  Please reach out to us for more information.