Living Water Landscape Service
Disappearing Pondless Waterfall Design, Installation & Maintenance Services Contractor
Kalamazoo & Battle Creek, Michigan (MI), Also Serving Grand Rapids, Paw Paw, Mattawan, Lawton Areas
One Of The Hottest Trends In Water Gardening
Even if the outdoor space you have available in the Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Paw Paw, Mattawan, & Lawton, Michigan (MI) area, isn’t quite large enough to accommodate the full pond experience, you can still enjoy the soothing and aesthetic benefits of a backyard waterfall with our pondless waterfall installation. What exactly is a pondless waterfall? It’s a running and recirculating stream of water, that is usually constructed in and around a grouping of rock features. The effect is not entirely unlike that of a quietly babbling brook.
Pondless (Also called Disappearing) water feature systems are perfect for schools, businesses and those who want a front yard water feature, travel frequently, have young children or limited space. It's called a disappearing pondless waterfall because the water does not form a pond but instead disappears into an underground pondless reservoir beneath rock and gravel.
The water is pumped to the waterfall or rock fountain, and disappears into the pondless basin, which contains the pump chamber and pump. These water features can also have a stream incorporated into the design for added interest. The modular equipment in the pondless waterfall basin beneath the rocks and gravel is strong enough for more than ten adults to stand on. Contact Us today to learn more about having a pondless waterfall installed!
For many people in the Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Paw Paw, Grand Rapids, & Mattawan area, the terms "Pondless Waterfalls" or "Disappearing Waterfalls" or "Vanishing Waterfalls" are still not fully understood, or how their additions can benefit in the landscape. For those looking for low maintenance landscape or water feature ideas, a Pondless waterfall may be just the right solution!
Waterfalls are perhaps the most beautiful feature in a water garden. You can argue that you love your fish the most, or that your gorgeous water lilies are the favorite part of your pond, or your underwater pond lighting looks spectacular at night, but the waterfall is what really makes it special. Not only is it beautiful, but it also serves a valuable purpose in your ecosystem by aerating the water for your fish and holding the beneficial bacteria that keeps your pond algae free. But could a waterfall survive without a pond? Sure it can. And the concept of a waterfall minus the pond is called “The Disappearing Pondless® Waterfall.”