Across The Pond Aquascapes
Pond & Water Feature Design & Installation
Serving Doylestown & The Bucks & Montgomery County Areas Of Southeastern Pennsylvania (PA)
Backyard-KOI Pond Installation
Backyard Fish Pond Construction
Try and picture where you sit the most while you’re outside. Now picture where a great place to put a pond would be. Is it a flat area? Is it close to an electrical supply? Is it close to a water source? These are just some of the questions you need to answer, if you’re going to have one of our backyard ponds. If you’re going to have a pond of any size, you should know of some of the things that you’re going to need for it. Things you must have are; a good pond liner, a pond water pump, a pond filter, and some pond plants. Other things to consider are; some fish, an air diffuser, some pond lighting, fish food, and a skimmer. These are some of the things to consider if you want to have a pond.
If you are interested in pond installation, water feature maintenance, or any other waterscape project for your yard, feel free to contact us or call us at 267-261-6075. We service several counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including: Bucks County, Montgomery County, Mercer County, Hunterdon County and more.
We Install The Aquascape Ecosystem
At Across the Pond Aquascapes in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, we take great pride in the breadth and diversity of the many ecosystem ponds we’ve designed, built, maintained, repaired and installed throughout the Bucks and Montgomery County, PA region. Our pond designs are always built around a completely natural ecosystem, which helps to keep both maintenance and costs low. And while your pond will be installed with a focus on respecting the moods of Mother Nature, it can also be uniquely designed to reflect your own personal style. We are the only Master Contractor/Builder/Installer serving the Bucks county area.
The trick to maintaining your backyard pond is simple enough. It’s really a matter of knowing exactly what pond maintenance you need to have done throughout the year in order to maintain a healthy environment for your fish and plants. A regular pond maintenance routine will help keep you aware of any changes that might point to a deterioration of the pond environment that could require you to take aggressive actions to save your fish.