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Ecosystem Ponds

Working with Mother Nature

We understand that your home is a big investment and we want our customers to know that we are there for them to help them accomplish the dreams that they may have for their home. From new ecosystem ponds to existing ponds that need a facelift, our professional staff helps you. Making your backyard experience just that, an experience.


Let us create a paradise in your backyard! You don’t have to spend thousands upon thousands of dollars for a vacation that whisks you away from the daily pressures of life for only a week or two in order to experience this relaxation. Invite the idea of a water garden into your mind in your own backyard. It will be the perfect “Stay-cation!”

Every day you can enjoy the look and the sound of water cascading over rocks and boulders, the beauty of water lilies floating on the pond’s surface, the personal interaction with your fish at feeding time, the sound of birds chirping heartily in the distance or splashing in your stream as they take a bath... and so much more. This is only a mere glimpse into the water gardening lifestyle.

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What is an Ecosystem Anyways?

In biological terms, an ecosystem can be defined as plants and animals interacting with one another in the sharing of available resources and restraints in a defined area. An Ecosystem Pond encompasses all the parts of this environment, including the living plants and animals, water, air, and the sun’s energy. Backyard ponds can function as ecosystems because they play host to a total interrelationship of all organisms in the environment – birds, fish, frogs, plants, and many microscopic organisms.

These ponds not only create a natural ecosystem in their defined environment, but they also fit into the community or life cycle of not just one backyard, but of the entire ecological region.

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We should remember that our backyard water features are not only enjoyable for us, but also helpful to the well being and functioning of our environment. Do you want your pond to be more diverse? Given a little time and a proper plant selection in and around your pond, you can create a very diverse ecosystem in your yard. Just remember to keep it simple and, with patience, your pond will mature over the years into a beautiful and functioning part of nature.

One Ecosystem Pond Makes a Difference​

One ecosystem pond in one backyard may not seem very important, but when you have a thousand similar backyard ecosystem ponds functioning simultaneously, there truly is a positive impact being made on the environment. These water features help provide an oasis for creatures whose natural habitats have been replaced by development – birds, frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders, and many others whose numbers have been declining sharply for many years now. 

So at a grassroots level, as the hobby of water gardening grows, there are additional habitats and diversity being added to our stressed suburban environments.

How it Works?


When all of the components of an ecosystem pond are assembled correctly, they form a beautiful, low-maintenance and natural work of art!


  1. Pond Skimmer

  2. BioFalls® Filter

  3. Pond Pump

  4. Piping

  5. Rocks and Gravel

  6. Pond Liner and Underlayment

  7. Plants and Fish

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