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Water Features

Water Works: What to Consider

Before adding landscape water features, home owners should ask themselves some key questions. Some home owners also want to be sure that they’re not out of step with good environmental practices. While landscape water features may seem wasteful, it doesn’t have to be. An American Society of Landscape Architects Survey cited 84% of architects will use some form of water in their designs. And 86% say they will increase their use of water in the landscape.

Enhance Your Local Ecosystem

As soon as your water feature is installed, you'll begin to notice an increase in wildlife on your property. Birds will visit, and dragonflies will dart around. Instead of a barren span of horizontal land, your yard will become a haven for beneficial wildlife. Inviting wildlife onto your property provides endless hours of entertainment and educational opportunities for you and your family. All living creatures need water to survive, so you'll be supporting life in your little corner of the world. The plants you include in your landscaping plan, along with your water features, bring your property into harmony with the habitat around you.

Make Garden One-of-a-Kind

When you design a water feature for your yard, you get a chance to make your home truly unique. Everything about your water feature can be specially designed for your space. For instance, rocks can be hand carved to create beautiful flowing water elements and falls. If you'd like to enjoy the soothing sounds of nature, invite wildlife onto your property, and fill your space with a low-maintenance, one-of-a-kind landscaping element, talk to us about including a water feature in your landscaping.

Popular Landscape Water Features

Natural Rock Waterfalls

Create a natural rock waterfall in a quiet corner of the yard. Surround it with lovely trees, shrubs, plants and landscape lighting. Or design a tiered waterfall with trickling water that falls into a stream below.

Free-Standing Fountains
Outdoor Ponds
Reflecting pools
Bubbling Rocks and Fountains
Water Walls and Rills

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