Picture Perfect Ponds
Ecosystem Fish Pond & Water Feature Lifestyle Design, Installation & Maintenance Services Contractor
Hampden County, Western Massachusetts (MA), Northern Connecticut (CT)
The goal when creating a pond, waterfall or water feature lifestyle, is to balance the function of a properly filtered water feature, with the beauty of a backyard oasis. The natural filtration of an ecosystem pond, along with limited mechanical filtration provides more relaxation and less worry from your daily grind here in Hampden County, Western Massachusetts, or Northern CT area.
Let’s face it… no one builds a pond because they need something else to clean on the weekends. This leads to living a better outdoor pond lifestyle.
An ecosystem pond is really quite simple. Picture it as a big circle with plants, fish, aeration and beneficial bacteria interacting together to create a balanced ecosystem right in your backyard pond.
Remember that on a small scale you are creating a beautiful backyard oasis for your family and friends to enjoy but on a larger scale, when we have thousands of ecosystem ponds; there is an amazing positive impact on our environment. A backyard pond not only restores part of our ecosystem on a local level but also on a regional level and even a national level.
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Your home is where you and your family will create memories that will last forever. We take great pride in our ability to design the backdrop for those memories. Picture Perfect Ponds can enhance your home and surrounding landscape in so many ways. Enjoy the peace of mind in knowing that your children’s play area is fun, safe and in your very own backyard.
Life’s daily trials and tribulations wash away with the sound of water. Moving water always attracts the eyes and ears, luring you to it. It is human nature to explore this sensation, so that it soothes you in that very moment. As you read this, did your mind’s eye wander to a particular feature? Did you picture yourself in front of it, perhaps with a loved one? In the split second of answering this question, did you feel your heart rate drop? Did you feel your worries lessen? This “split second” is what we grasp and share in what we call “Living the Pond Life.”