A water feature can enliven a garden, providing an interesting and attractive focus for a sitting or planting area. The most common - and practical - water features are ponds, waterfalls and fountains. A pond can be anything from a cut-down barrel on a patio or terrace to an extensive mini-lake.
The shape of the pond will depend on the size and style of the garden. Pool liners are one of the easiest and most popular, their main advantage is flexibility - allowing to fit an unusual shape once the size is calculated. For a long term liner, lasting up to fifty years, butyl rubber is worth the money and far superior to the plastic liners. The introduction of pre-formed ponds have made it much easier for us to introduce water into our gardens. The pre-formed moulds come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and are made from either fiberglass or plastic. The concrete option is expensive - but this will last forever.
Contact me for expert advice on the type of water feature would suit your garden and how we can make it happen, like I did for the gardens below: