Pond And Water Feature Repair Services In Des Moines
A Simple Fix Can Go A Long Way With Your Water Feature
This Des Moines stream had a leak that was wreaking havoc on the feature. Upon investigation, we found the point where the water was escaping and determined exactly what needed to be done to get the stream back to it’s best day.
What Can Be Done?
Aquatic features have a whole array of possible problems that they face day in and day out. Some are big, some are small, but they all require attention. Some common repairs that we make are:
- Replace or repair plumbing line
- Repair skimmer and biofall liner connections
- Leak detection in water feature
- Patching stream and pond liner
- Correct auto-fill issues
- Improve algae control with an Ion Gen Filter
Ready To Get Started On A Pondless Water Feature Project?
We’re Losing Water!
Do not panic, we’re here to help. A feature can be leaking for any number of issues whether its a punctured liner, faulty plumbing connection or low liner edge. We treat all of these and more, and to make the most of your time and ours, we will work with you over the phone in order to better diagnose the situation. There are a few simple steps that you can take in order to find out more about your leak so that we can come to the site as prepared as possible and you can save your money. For now, just give us a call and we will be sure to get this problem solved together!
My Rocks Aren’t Where They’re Supposed To Be
Ideally, once a pond is built the rocks are meant to stay exactly where they are unless otherwise moved, but this just isn’t the case with some. Over time, rocks may shift from where they were originally put and can not only effect the aesthetics of the pond, but the functionality as well. Waterfalls are most prone to this phenomenon due to the increased height and rushing water, which can dislodge rocks and obstruct flow into the pond. With expertise and a little bit of elbow grease, we are able to rebuild and stabilize most any feature in order to get your pond back to looking great and functioning at 100%.
My Landscaper Accidentally Cut A Line
So you’re having a new flower bed planted and all of the sudden your pond doesn’t turn on or run properly anymore. This is a much more common issue than one may realize. There are a multitude of underground lines with a pond such as electrical chords or water conduits which can be accidentally cut. These fixes are routine for us and typically easy to alleviate with a little bit of investigation and a shovel.