A Pond in Your Backyard in the San Diego Area Desert?

Summers in the San Diego desert are hot, dry and miserable. For many, it is only a matter of having home to unwind in their own personal private oasis in desert. These happy folks have a pond within their backyard that often includes a soothing waterfall. The worries associated with the day is washed away by the tranquil noises of streaming water cascading over their particular waterfall into a pond packed with seafood.

You are probably thinking to your self: how can this be? With temperatures up to 120 degrees in east county areas like Lakeside, Santee, El Cajon, and even La Mesa, don’t the fish perish? Will water evaporate? It must just take a lot of work to consistently keep the pond clean?

The reality associated with the matter is having you own pond or water garden can be incredibly zero-maintenance. When a backyard pond is built correctly, using an effective system to keep water clean, the pond can be virtually maintenance free. Plus, the fish will not have a problem surviving in a desert climate.

Before we enter into different types of methods, let me warn you about a common problem with people that develop ponds. They are often not pond contractors or experienced San Diego Landscape Designers. They buy children’s pool pumps and gear to build ponds. When they’re done the pond may look nice, but the chances are they leave and the nightmare begins: endless maintenance.

In terms of building the pond, you will find that there different materials which you can use. Getting a more all-natural searching pond you can use a liner and rocks to generate a pond like you would see in a normal environment. There are lots of advantageous assets to the fish as well and for you also with regards to maintaining the pond clean.

Another myth folks hear whenever looking to develop a koi pond is it requires to be deep. It is not a real problem. Pacific Dreamscapes has built many ponds within San Diego County where it gets incredibly hot. These ponds can often be less than 18″ deep.

You shouldn’t be afraid to obtain a desert pond. It will be the absolute most enjoyable and soothing section of your entire home. The good thing is if done correctly it’ll be virtually maintenance free.

If you’re interested in a free quote for a backyard pond or landscape service, contact Pacific Dreamscapes at (858) 583-4105 or email info@pacificdreamscapes.com

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