Fall Pond Service Options

updated for Fall 2016

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2017 Fall Pond Netting Service Pricing (Printable PDF)

•Basic Fall Pond/Pondless Services:
Cut back aquatic plants
Remove & Clean Pump & Check Valve
Clean Skimmer or Pump Vault
Rinse skimmer mats/net/basket
Net out excess debris
Reinstall and Turn on Pump
Add Beneficial Bacteria and Sludge Cleaner

• Full Pond Clean Out Service Option  (Full Drain and Pond Clean Out- PCO*)
Here’s what we do—Setup holding Tank, Fill Tank with pond water, gently Transfer Fish to netted & aerated tank, Flush excess Pond water into landscape, Rinse Rocks & gravel and Remove Debris, Clean Filters, filter pads, pumps, skimmers, adjust Rocks & gravel as needed, Replace Bulbs in underwater lights as needed (bulbs extra), Transfer tank Water to pond, Condition Water, gently Transfer Fish back to pond, use your garden hose to slowly refill the pond — Re-filling usually takes a few hours, when pond is full you simply plug in the pump … Water conditioner and an initial dose of beneficial bacteria included. Clean Pond and Happy Fish! You can relax and we will call to let you know that your clean out is done and the fish are smiling!  Select Net/Frame option below if you would like us to install after your cleaning.

* No worries - If you mistakenly select the wrong size, we’ll call you before proceeding with your service.

*During the PCO service your pond technicians will use caution while netting, temporarily housing and acclimating your fish and other pond life.  Temporary fish storage will be no less than a 100 gallon tub with aeration and a mesh cover. Fish are transferred with Koi quality nets and are stored in the existing pond water. After slowly matching temperature, we make every reasonable effort to bowl the fish carefully into the cleaned pond. We cannot be held responsible for any scratches, scuffs, cloudy eyes, parasites, re-injuries, ulcerations, or loss of life Because your fish are living creatures, there are many factors beyond our control which may cause death or injury to your fish. We do share your disappointment, but cannot share your loss.  By requesting our service you accept this risk.

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