We build all of our ponds to work with mother nature, not against her. In doing so, we are able to create beautiful, low maintenance water features every time!
A pond is made up of many different parts and when those parts are assembled together correctly they form a beautiful and naturalistic work of art that changes personality with the time of day, the change of seasons, and the moods of Mother Nature.
One of our most popular water feature options, a Pondless Disappearing Waterfall is an ideal option for consumers that want the sights and sounds of water without having a traditional pond or water garden.
Similarly to a Disappearing Waterfall, Decorative Fountainscapes can add those peaceful sights and sounds of running water to your landscape or patio without the responsibilities of a traditional waterfall or pond.
Clearwater Creations organic approach to water gardening is based on recreating a naturally functioning environment. Water circulation, filtration, pond fish & plants, rocks and gravel are all used to create a balanced ecosystem and long-term sustainability.
Did you just buy a home in Cobourg, Port Hope, Peterborough, Bowmanville, or the Durham Region that has an existing pond and you are wondering how to take care of it? Maybe you’ve had a pond for a while that has always given you trouble?
If you live in the Northumberland, Peterborough, Bowmanville, or Durham Regions, you most likely experience a lot of falling debris during the winter months. This build up of debris can lead to algae, and water quality issues in the spring.
Winter Pond Care is important to consider when getting ready to close your pond for the season. There are some key elements to winterizing your pond that should be done to ensure the start up of your pond runs smoothly when spring arrives.
If you live in Peterborough, Northumberland, Clarington, or the Durham Regions, there is good chance you will experience a lot of falling leaves and debris each year. In which case, you may want us to come cover your pond with Pond Netting until the bulk of leaves have fallen.