Three quick questions to ask when deciding if you need to repair or replace your pond or waterfall pump.
You’re enjoying the sound of your backyard pond flowing with the last of your morning routine, and leave to work in Edina, MN. Around 1:30 PM you start dreaming of relaxing by the fish pond. Finishing the stressful day at work, you get home and realize you don’t hear your water flowing. After some detective work and a free phone consultation with the pond doc, you know the pump needs help. Should you get a new pump or repair your pond pump? Can this pump even be repaired?
(Remember, if your pond will not be flowing overnight, it's a good idea to get an aerator in the pond so the fish have oxygen. )
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Jeff Chudek has been building ponds and waterfalls professionally since 2005. As a kid, his favorite time of year was spring, because the spring thaw created so much mud and puddles, and all the trees and plants were waking up. He loves figuring out the best way to use something, and fixing things that are broken. He's good at coming up with ideas, and helping choose the best idea for you.