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Pond pump placement

If you didn’t have a skimmer, where do you put your pump? You know, while a little pond has pretty obvious solutions to pump on the bottom, a part of them are going to get great circulation, but there is a couple of potential problems with that. Number one, if the pump clogs which it […]

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Proper storage for your pond pump

Hey, today we were talking about how to bring your pump back in from storage. Now you might wonder why would someone store their pump. Well, if you have a real shallow pond and you are in a very cool climate it is probably a good idea to remove your pump from your pond during […]

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Determining the correct pump size

If you have been browsing around the internet you have probably came across the expert advice of circulate your pond water once every two hours. Now, let’s say you have a small pond, a 300-gallon pond. If you circulate with a 150 gallon per hour pump on that 300-gallon pond, you are going to have […]

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Hey if you have been looking for a waterfall pump and you are looking at some of the larger pumps you probably been noticing a measurement for head height. It could even be listed as waterfall rise or just waterfall height but on the pumps, on the larger pumps there will normally be a notation […]

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Pond and watergarden pumps

All right. We are choosing a pond pump. The first thing that we are going to try and figure out is based of the size of our pond how bigger the pump we need. Now in my experience of you know, making ponds, redesigning ponds, building ponds, I have always went with all the small […]

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