Winterize Your Waterfalls & Ponds
It’s never too early to think about winterizing your water feature. Take the time to learn how to get your fountain, waterfall, or pond ready for colder temps. A little work can protect your equipment and make springtime a breeze
With the milder winters we’ve been having in Kansas City, it can be easy to think that water features will be just fine. While that may be true, you still do not want to risk damaging expensive equipment.
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Differences Between Winterizing Ponds, Fountains & Waterfalls
A big question is whether you should run your water feature through the winter or shut it down. Many factors are at play here. Even in below-freezing weather, most ponds, fountains and pondless waterfalls can run through the winter. But keeping your pond running does require a little bit more maintenance than the others.
Below we’ll provide some useful resources to help you determine the best course of action for prepping your water feature for winter. The biggest thing to remember with winterization? When it doubt, ASK! At Good Earth Water Gardens, we’re always just a phone call away.
What Our Customers Are Saying
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If you are looking for a water feature of any kind for your home or business, you would be crazy NOT to have it done by Good Earth Water Gardens. They listened to what we were looking for, put together a plan and then built a water feature that blew us away!