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Pond Aerators Increase Oxygen, Ensuring the Health of Your Pond

 


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A naturally occurring pond is usually a healthy ecosystem. Fed by a spring or other natural source that adds oxygen to the water (acting as a “pond aerator”), a natural pond is usually home to small bottom dwelling animals such as mussels and worms that filter and clean the water. Fish will thrive and algae will not be an issue. However, many man-made lakes and ponds, or even naturally occurring ponds that have been disrupted due to human activities, suffer from serious problems that start with lack of oxygen reaching the lower water levels.

The result isn’t pretty: algae blooms, weed infestations, fish kills and foul odors. Pond aerators offer an effective way to combat the stagnation in ponds, returning them to health and making them once again a beautiful landscape feature. The pond kits found in big box outlets and department stores are capable of keeping a small, decorative, backyard pond from becoming a stagnant eyesore, but if you have a pond or small lake that’s swimming pool sized or bigger, then your options for finding pond aerators that are up to the task are much more limited.

Most stores simply don’t carry equipment this specialized. Living Water Aeration is a company that has built a reputation nationwide as being the ultimate source for pond aerators, pumps, fountains and related systems. The products carried by Living Water Aeration are commercial grade versions that are affordable enough to be used in residential applications. Smaller aerators capable of aerating an ornamental or Koi pond start at under $100, while offering top quality and two to three year warranties. Other pumps are rated to aerate ponds of twenty-five acres in area. For anyone seeking information on pond aeration, livingwateraeration.com provides detailed information on the subject, and you can find us on Facebook as well.

Besides pond aerators and related equipment, Living Water Aeration carries a full range of complimentary products and supplies. For example, we stock water pump covers, even models that are disguised as boulders. We carry fish and wildlife feeders, including automatic feeders capable of distributing 650lbs of fish or wildlife feed on a timer cycle with optional solar power.

We also sell hard to find pond treatment products like Sludge Remover and Beneficial Pond Bacteria as well as weed rakes, fish traps, fish farm supplies and other very specialized gear that you won’t find in most stores. Like the big box stores, we do sell pond liners, but our pond liners have a tear strength of 60 psi and cover up to 60,000 square feet. About Living Water Aeration Living Water Aeration is a Better Business Bureau (BBB) accredited business, offering secure (256 Bits SSL) online shopping for pond aerators , aeration systems and related equipment.

Products are available to be shipped worldwide and installation services are available in the South Louisiana area. Our insistence on carrying only great products and achieving 100% customer satisfaction makes livingwateraeration.com the best place to buy a pond aerator , fountain, related equipment or supplies.

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