If you’re looking for a way to add interest and appeal to your garden, a water feature could be just the thing. We can help you find the right one for your space and provide advice on how best to design it so that it works with the rest of your garden.
Why have a water feature?
Why have a water feature?
- It’s relaxing
- You can watch the water flow and listen to it.
- It’s an easy way to add flow to your garden.
Where should I put my water feature?
The first thing to consider is where you want your water feature to go. Do you want it in the centre of your garden, or will it be better suited to be in a corner? If so, which side of the garden would work best? You may also want to consider placing a water feature at the end of a pond or by a fountain – this will create an even more dramatic effect and make your garden seem grander.
You should also think about how much space you have available for placing your water feature and whether there are any other factors that might affect its placement. For example, if there are other plants around where you plan on putting yours then these should be taken into account when choosing where exactly it should go so that they don’t get damaged during installation or maintenance later down the line (or worse still killed!).
What features are available?
There are other features you can use in your garden to help create a relaxing environment. These will depend on how much space you have in your garden and what kind of plants you want to grow.
One option is an artificial waterfall which creates a peaceful sound as it falls down rocks into a pool below. There are many different types available from waterfalls that sit on top of walls, like this one by Premier Ponds, or those that cascade down through gardens and ponds like this one by Waterfall Designs:
How can I design my own feature?
You’re probably thinking, “How hard can it be to design a water feature?” Well, that depends on your experience and budget. If you have the time and money to invest in learning the art of water features, then go ahead! However if you are looking for something simple and do not have much experience in designing features, then talk with one of our experts at [Company Name].
For example if you want a pond built into your garden but don’t know where to start then contact us today. We will send over an expert who can discuss with you how best to achieve this goal by creating a plan tailored around your needs.
What size should I go for?
You should choose a water feature that fits your garden space and suits the size of your outdoor space. We offer a range of different sized features, from small to large. We have some really useful tips on choosing the right size for you here: http://www.waterfeaturesdirect.co.uk/blog/ideas-for-adding-a-waterfall-or-pond-to-your -garden/.
A good rule of thumb is that we recommend choosing a feature that will be at least 30% larger than your open area or seating area so it looks visually balanced in the space and doesn’t feel too small or crowded in with too many other things around it!
We offer a range of water features to suit every garden and can help design a bespoke solution for you.
We offer a range of water features to suit every garden and can help design a bespoke solution for you. From the simplest trickling feature to an elaborate pond, we can help you select the right feature for your garden and then install, maintain and troubleshoot it.
We hope this article has helped to answer any questions you might have about water features in your garden. If you’re interested in finding out more about our products, or would like to get started on designing a custom solution for your own garden, please get in touch with us today. We’d love to hear from you!