Pond Repair & Renovation Services
Did you just buy a home in Northern Connecticut, or Western Massachusetts, that has an existing pond and you are wondering how to take care of it? Maybe you’ve had a pond for a while that has always given you trouble.
Our pond maintenance and repair services are designed specifically for those customers in the Hampden County, Mass & Hartford County, CT areas that own a pond and need assistance/advice, or products, for their existing pond. Whether you have algae problems, or waterfall issues, stubborn leaks, green/smelly water, or simply just have questions on how to take care of your pond maintenance and repairs.
Pumps & Plumbing
- Identifying problems
- Fixing pump if possible
- Replacing pumps (2 year warranties)
Lights & Installation
- Identifying pond lighting problems
- Fixing pond lighting problem
- Replacing bulbs
- Replacing wiring
- Replacing new lights (5 year warranty)
- Replacing transformer
- Pond Lighting consultations available
Water Quality Issues
- Identifying problem
- Develop Solution plan
- We will determine what treatment plan to get your ponds ecosystem performing in tip top shape.
Had Enough With The Pond Problems?
Pond Renovations Are Our Company’s Specialty!
65% of our new clients in Massachusetts & Connecticut, are people desperate for help with their fish ponds installed by “Other” pond contractors. We have maintenance packages available to help every budget and maintain a variety of filtration systems. However, we only install one fish pond ecosystem… The Aquascape Ecosystem.
It’s sad but true, our primary business is refurbishing and maintaining existing ponds to make them function properly. Some of these ponds installed by other “professional” pond installers or landscapers leave little to be desired, and loads of problems and issues that drive people crazy and force them to look for help.
Tried Everything to find your leak? But still can’t find it?
Odds are you have a hole in your pond liner now. That is just what you needed, something else to fix. Not to mention, the hole is probably somewhere near the bottom of the liner, or behind a big rock. And why should it not be? Ok, let’s get started and fix that leak. Do you have fish in your pond? If you do, you may have to remove them and put them in a holding tank while repairs are being made.