Disappearing Pondless Waterfalls Design, Installation & Maintenance Services Contractor
Harrison, Greater Cincinnati, Ohio (OH) and Northern Kentucky
Disappearing Landscape Waterfalls
One Of The Hottest Trends In Water Gardening
Are you interested in installing a water feature in your Harrison, Ohio, or Greater Cincinati area yard, but concerned about the safety and liabilities of having a pond? Or are you apprehensive about taking on the responsibility of maintaining a full-fledged ecosystem? Well, we have the answer for you. The Disappearing Pondless® Waterfall is basically that — a waterfall and stream, without the pond.
Pondless Waterfalls can be created in almost any indoor or outdoor space that is a minimum of 3′ x 4′. Many of you have seen our displays at the Home Shows, which fit into a space the size of a pallet. That’s a starting point and from there the Meyer Aquascapes Water Feature Construction Crew has created pondless waterfalls exceeding 100′.
One of our most popular water kits, that features a beautiful disappearing waterfall, is the Pondless® Waterfall kit. Don't worry, we left the pond portion out on purpose and it can always be added later. The Aquascape Pondless® Waterfall system gives all the beauty, sights and sounds of water, without the pond portion. This style of water feature is popular with consumers who have space constraints, small children or municipality restrictions. Contact us today to learn more about pondless waterfalls and how it may benefit your yard and lifestyle!
We install Aquascape pondless waterfall components exclusively, as the system provides everything you need and nothing you don't! While Aquascape provides the most reliable and simple to maintain hardware, it is the excavation and boulder work that makes the waterfalls come alive. We Attend Aquascape training and events every chance we get, keeping us on top of new industry trends, products and construction techniques.
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, in the Harrison, Greater Cincinnati, Ohio or Nortern Kentucky area. 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.