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Interior Waterfall Wall And Waterfalls – Tips for Installation

Interior Waterfall Wall and Water Wall fountains are essential for any garden pond. Beyond their decorative function, they ensure the oxygenation of the water. If the types and shapes of fountains and waterfalls vary, the pump is and continues to be essential for any installation. Here you can find our tips for choosing and installing an Interior Waterfall Wall in your garden.

 Tips for installing Indoor Water Wall and waterfalls

Do you want to add an exotic touch to your garden? Make your garden a place of tranquility, relaxation, and escape by adding an Indoor Water Wall in your pool. You can opt for a showering cascade, a preformed cascade, fountain jets, decorative jets, etc. See our tips and tricks for choosing, installing, and maintaining a Water Wall.

In planning to build outdoor Water Wall, you need to focus on two structures: the pool into which the water will fall and the sloping structure for the waterfall itself. The latter is often the most difficult to build, but in this article, we will show you how to build it in a way that is not only simple but also inexpensive. It involves using rocks, which many homeowners have in their backyard (or can easily be found elsewhere).

Once these structures are in place, you will use a pond pump to keep the water recirculating from the pond to the top of your waterfall, from where you can submerge back into the pond.

Outdoor Indoor Water Wall in all shapes and sizes hasbecome emphatic focal points. When inquiring into design options, the primary consideration is how to achieve the required height for the waterfall. Often, a landscape designer exploits a slope on the property or (if the entire property is level) erects a berm (that is, an artificial slope) to create an area behind the pond. Either way, it means a lot of work. And it won’t be cheap either.

When building such large Indoor Water Wall in the open air, you need to lay a flexible liner on the ground between the top of the waterfall and the pond to channel the water. The boulders are placed in the liner to hide them and keep them down.

You can also opt for a Water Wall overlooking the garden pond. In this case, the water is pumped from the source height and flows into the basin.

There are two types of Interior Waterfall Walls:

The Interior Waterfall Wall with natural stones and the prefabricated waterfall. Today we suggest you try a waterfall of natural stones made by yourself.

For an Interior Waterfall Wall, you will need to select stones of different shapes and sizes but include at least a few large, flat rocks. This is a drywall project, so it is best to have flatter rocks as they are easier to stabilize. Collect several additional smaller stones to place around the pond’s edge (to hide the plastic edge) as decorative items.

But, before you do any digging for outdoor waterfalls, have a certified electrician install a GFCI circuit breaker (ground circuit breaker) close to where the pond and waterfall are, if you don’t already have one. Then, determine the location for the waterfall based on the length of the plug cord.

Build a Water Wall your way!

  • To build a Water Wall, you need to start by creating a small mound and covering it with a tarp. Next, you need to arrange the stones by simulating the stream with a garden hose. After determining the path of the water, install the conduit and connect it to the pump. If the garden pond will be home to fish, avoid limestone as it changes the pH of the water.
  • Easier to install, a ready-made Interior Waterfall Wall should be installed near the garden pond. Then, you just need to connect the pump through a pipe. Some models have niches for plants and decorative accessories such as stones, statues, etc.
  • The power of a pump is determined by the width of the desired cascade (after 1.5 L / min per cm of the cascade). Rates vary from 2,000 to 10,000 liters / hour.
  • The pump must provide sufficient head (also called discharge or water column). At the height of 3 meters, the pump supplies water up to 3 meters vertically.
  • It is a 120 GPH pump (which means it displaces 120 gallons of water per hour). It is enough for such a small garden pond. The width of the tubing that fits this particular pump is 1/2 inch.
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