Fish Ponds in San Diego

Pacific Dreamscapes offers Fish Pond Construction in San Diego County.  We have been serving San Diego since 1998 and have  over 30 years combined experience in landscape design, construction and maintenance.  Owner Robert Kramer received 6 Associate of Science Degrees in Ornamental Horticulture and Landscaping from Cuyamaca College in San Diego in 2001.  He personally trains and supervises his employees to ensure that his customers receive the  highest quality service possible.  Designing, building and maintaining Fish Ponds in San Diego is one of the specialties of Pacific Dreamscapes.  We will construct you fish pond with the idea that it will be a functioning fish pond, and not just for looks.  Proper filtration is essential to keep your fish healthy.  By choosing the right size pump, you will make sure that you have just the right flow of water into the pond.  Pacific Dreamscapes uses only the highest quality pumps, insuring a longer life expectancy for your pump.  By using a higher quality pump, you can also reduce your monthly electrical bill substantially.  No matter how well your water feature is designed and built, there will always be a certain amount of algae.  Some algae are beneficial to your ponds health, while string algae are not.  Pacific Dreamscapes provides monthly and yearly pond  maintenance, to keep your pond looking healthy.  Call today for a free estimate Fish Ponds in San Diegovisit our website or local business Fish Ponds in San Diego

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