If you have a large, natural pond that is overgrown with weeds or algae, or has cloudy or green water, you are not alone. Once ponds reach about 10 years of age, weeds and algae often overtake the pond, becoming a real eyesore. If you aren’t sure what to do to fix the problem, or even where to start, look no further.
We provide professional pond consultations and complete pond assessments to determine the cause of the issues your are having with your pond. We also sell effective large pond treatments, install floating fountains, aeration systems and even offer large pond maintenance and custom treatment programs.
Whether you use your pond for swimming, fishing, recreation or just appreciate its natural beauty, we can help.
We test the following parameters in your pond: pH, ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, phosphate, alkalinity & hardness. The levels of these important parameters help us to get a complete picture of the water quality and overall health of your pond.
We take accurate measurements of your pond, including length, width and depth so that we are able to get a defined profile of your pond, as well as determine the surface area and volume of your pond.
We take the time to identify all the aquatic plants and weeds in your pond. Knowing the species of plants or algae, and the conditions they thrive in, helps to determine the correct course of action to reduce their growth and prevent future outbreaks.
The amount of dissolved oxygen plays an import role in the health of your pond. Because oxygen levels vary greatly between the surface and the bottom of ponds without proper circulation, we take measurements at various depths in your pond to get the overall oxygen profile.
We don’t just work from the shore of your pond. To perform a complete assessment, we use an small boat to take the measurements we need. We take pride in using our years of experience, combined with the best equipment to provide the best assessment of your pond.
One of the most effective, and long-term solutions to promote a healthy pond is to add a subsurface aeration system. Surface area, depth, and shape of a pond are all important factors we take into consideration when designing an effective aeration system for your pond.