Large Pond Filters
Aquascape Ecosystem Large Pond & Small Lake Filtration Construction
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Serving Dallas, South Lake, West Lake, Keller, North Texas (TX) areas
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Perfect For Large Water Features
Why fight Mother Nature when you can work with her? Traditional retention ponds built in Dallas, South Lake, West Lake, Keller, Flower Mound, Plano, North Texas (TX) areas are designed to fail! Sediment loading over the course of time leads to the inevitable invasive and expensive process of dredging, costing property owners and homeowners' associations tens of thousands of dollars to remove. Not to mention that the sediment removed from these ponds may contain heavy metals, chemicals and other pollutants, many times resulting in it being classified as toxic. This further complicates and adds costs to the disposal process.
For All Size & Type Ponds, Natural Or LinedWe've taken the guesswork out of filtering large ponds by incorporating a step-by-step modular approach to tackling these projects. After all, you'd expect nothing less from Texas' best water garden installer!
Water quality issues on large scale water features, such as retention ponds and golf course pond systems, are historically tackled through aggressive chemical and algal weeding maintenance routines - both of which are costly and labor-intensive processes. The Aquascape patented Snorkel and Centipede wetland system is designed to not only functionally reduce the maintenance costs associated with large-scale ponds, but also provide beauty and an aesthetic element to the pond's design.
Aquascape's Snorkel Vault and Centipede Module were specifically designed to tackle the common issues that plague large-scale retention, golf course, and commercial ponds. This patented system significantly reduces short-term and long-term maintenance costs involved with water quality and sediment removal. Not only will it save you money in the long run, but the waterfalls, streams, and aquatic plantings will add to the aesthetic dollar value and biodiversity of the landscape.
Golf course ponds are used in storm water management, and more importantly, irrigation for the surrounding property. Golf course designers use these ponds to create visual interest and add strategic difficulties to the course layout.