We can effect repairs on many ponds. The easiest, of course, is if it's constructed using a flexible EPDM liner and low-pressure filtration. If it's any other type of construction (and there are literally HUNDREDS of ways to build a "pond"), then we'll need to chat about your options.
Repairs to a pond are typically a simple, less than one-day task. For example, if you have a rip, tear or hole in your EPDM liner, we can get that patched up.
Or perhaps you'd like to add a skimmer to make maintenance a whole lot easier, or a biological filter.
Or maybe it's time to update or upgrade your waterfall. This "repair" can make your water feature look like a new one!
A pond renovation goes quite a bit further than a simple pond repair. To renovate a pond, we remove everything within the pond. This may even include the liner, if it has an issue (too small for the excavation, rips, tears, holes, etc.).
If we remove the liner, we will most likely, re-sculpt the excavation, as well, to include plant pockets, and vertical walls to make rock stacking easier.
If the equipment, pump, and plumbing is of good quality and in good shape, there's no need to replace it.
We may re-use all or some of the rock, and will probably add some to spruce things up a bit.
The waterfall almost always will need to be rebuilt, because we start from the bottom of the pond and work our way up for stability purposes.
Once the foundation is in place, we can address the life in the pond, if that's what you want.
Basically, you'll have a brand-new-looking pond!
To see how we can help you repair or renovate your Phoenix pond:
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Disappearing Pondless Waterfall or Stream