Very few sounds are so relaxing and soothing as a dribbling water feature or slow cascading fountain.
After a long day at work, immersing in the clarity of water while letting the sounds fully wash out the tiredness and daily stress is priceless.
Fountains come in an array of shapes and forms as big as your imagination, there are no two fountains alike (unless you buy them premade), and that’s an important reason to choose and design a one-of-a-kind piece of art for your garden.
With over 16 years of experience in the field, we can help you create a masterpiece for yourself—one that runs efficiently and trouble-free.
In the picture above, you’ll see a polished basalt water feature nestled within a Zen garden.
And the following picture shows a Buddha head with water dribbling over it, creating a soothing and serene atmosphere.
Fountains can be treated chemically to be maintained algae-free, but they can also be kept organically. If you chose the latter, algae could grow, and we can help you achieve a vintage. It all depends on the type of water feature you chose and your own unique taste.
Conceptualizing the idea and designing a filtration system that works for you are the two main topics to discuss during our consultation meeting.
If you prefer to come home and enjoy your fountain or water feature, we can help you with fountain maintenance.
While we love to show the beautifully finished fountains, we like to show the complexity behind it all. In the next two pictures are two different sheer descent waterfalls. The first is how our client is enjoying it today, and the other shows the work involved in creating a beautiful attraction for the home.
There are a few items in the picture above one will only appreciate before we finish the project. For example, notice the black paint. It is actually sprayed on liner technology with a 20-year warranty. The reason we do this is to provide peace of mind for many years to come. Many times, you won’t see this in a fountain since our rockwork covers it.