For this Snohomish Koi Pond Rebuild Project, our team demolished the existing pond, dug it bigger and deeper with straight sides, installed all new equipment including a skimmer, filter-falls, new inline pump and underwater and terrestrial LED lighting. The new pond is about 12’x20’x4
This client is completely renovating their back garden and wanted a small water feature as a focal point. We installed an overflowing ceramic pot water feature for them. It has an underwater light within the pot to make it glow and two spot lights on the outside. Falling Water Desi
This water feature was installed by Falling Water Designs in 2002! Over sixteen years in service and still working perfectly! The bamboo spigot which is installed for the enjoyment of the Hummingbirds recently rotted away and we replaced it. Other than that the water feature has ru
Falling Water Designs has been SO busy this month. It feels like we’ve done a million pond cleanings but it’s probably only been 70 or 80 so far. We do about 120 pond cleanings every Spring. On top of that, we managed to squeeze in two pond rebuilds and a new water feature installatio
This customer wanted a new water feature in the back garden with enough sound to drown out the nearby road noise. The pond is about 14’x10’ with a waterfall about 25’ long. We removed the chain link fence, installed a new water feature and underwater and terrestrial lighting.
Fox Island Project These are repeat customers who have been building their retirement home on Fox Island. It is a new construction home on what was a vacant lot. Rick’s garden design includes 500 yards of soil, 26 new trees, over 1100 plants, two water features, pathways, lawn, a vege
Sammamish project: This customer came to one of our free “Pond Building 101” classes. She decided that she would rather have us install the pond. This pond has a 20’ stream that falls into an upper pool and then overflows into a lower pool. Built for water gardening and goldfish, s
This project brings us to Sammamish, WA! Originally, this client wanted to use an existing boulder as part of a new water feature. Often times, using an existing boulder isn’t feasible. In this case, we were better off by creating a completely new water feature. Our client also