The homeowner had previously had two contractors on site in order to try and fix the water feature. This was to the tune of roughly $14,000. After the $6,000 that the homeowner spent with Just Add Water to finally make their dreams come true, their grand total for the project was $20,000. To put this in perspective, this Pondless Waterfall would have cost $7,500 had the homeowner contacted Just Add Water in the beginning.
Our first step was to identify the reason why the feature was not running and it became clear that there were actually multiple reasons for the system not running. To remedy these issues, the Just Add Water team had to remove the entire stream and bring in an all new liner, more chilton stone to match what was currently being used, and new plumbing lines.