Nepean Water Feature Maintenance

Water fountains come in a wide range of sizes and styles. Smaller models can fit in indoor alcoves, on porches or even on countertops, while others are larger, multi-tiered and can even act as water traps on golf courses. Throughout Nepean, many property owners have to clean and keep up with one or more of these styles of fountains. Keeping water clean is not always an easy task but it is still a matter of keeping up with curb appeal, the functionality of your water system and even health and safety.

When it comes to managing a water feature, standard cleaning solutions are often not enough to get results. A quick scrub might be able to dislodge a bit of dirt or algae for a superficial improvement but when you want to create a sanitary swim space, it is important to take an in-depth approach to care and maintenance. It is important to keep your water clean and free of algae growth but it is also important to keep an eye out for mineral deposits, white scale, issues in circulation systems and even electricity outlets.

Water Fountain Cleaning: The Best Way to Get Results

Caring for a garden fountain is not as easy as tossing in a few chemicals and plugging in a fountain pump. Keeping a water feature clean means creating a treatment plan that caters to the unique needs of your system. Cleaning larger fountains means having to navigate heights, as well as using the right tools for the job, which can be complicated.

When it comes to water feature care, maintaining fountains in an outdoor space is a much different process from indoor models. Keeping a fountain running outdoors means restricting algae growth, as well as monitoring the different components of your circulation system, including outdoor fountain pumps, motors and more.

At the outset, there isn’t much different between the tap water you use indoors and the water flowing through your fountain, but this changes quickly. Without regular chemical treatments, fountain water is prone to algae buildup and an influx of debris. Organics will break down over time, rotting and adding bacteria to your water systems. The smaller that these bits and pieces become, the more likely they are to clog up sensitive areas. It might be necessary to remove the pump in order to fully clear away blockages, and that requires technical skill.

As seasons change, it is important to change your maintenance routine to keep up with the weather. In the same way that freezing temperatures can damage a pool system, they can also have a negative impact on your fountains. Dropping the water level in a water feature is a great way to prevent damage associated with freezing. As scary as freezing water might be, an improper draining technique is worse! An amateur approach to draining water can quickly lead to drowned lawns, flooded basements, water damage or rot.

Puddle Water Fountain Care: The Best Results For Every Property

Each member of the Puddle team is well-versed in the best ways to keep fountains running smoothly, both indoors and out, as well as in homes and commercial spaces. From larger models, stand-alone features and smaller wall fountains, there is nothing that our team of experts can’t handle. With a ton of experience, access to a plethora of tools and resources, our experts are able to get the best results every time.

Puddle crews offer regularly scheduled cleaning services, as well as deep cleans and seasonal care. By offering a variety of service options, as well as competitive prices, our team of highly trained technicians are ready and available to service features of all shapes and sizes.

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