Buying and setting up a pond
pump can be easy, but a little forethought is important. Before
you buy and place your pond pump, be sure to consider these things:
· Larger is better – if given a choice between a pond
pump that might be too small and one that might be too big, go with
the larger one. A larger pond pump will keep your water flowing adequately,
even as the prefilter begins to get clogged.
· Access – place your pond pump where you are going to
be able to easily get to it. You are going to need to clean it and
change the filter regularly. Also, come winter, you are going to want
to move your pump up to a plant shelf.
· Second pond pump? – you should never turn off your
pond pump for more than an hour. Therefore, it is a good idea to have
a second pond pump. In fact, instead of purchasing one large pump,
you could purchase two smaller pumps. Then you could turn off one
pond pump without affecting your filter performance.
· Hose – the recommended size for your pump is the best
size. Also, try to avoid excessively long hose lengths. Clips will
help you secure the hose to fittings. Keep your plumbing simple.
These are just a few suggestions to get you started thinking about
pond pumps. Remember to think it all out before you purchase and place
your pond pumps.
external pond pumps
Our external pond pumps are easy to clean and very effective.
fish pond pumps
We sell both external and submersible fish pond pumps.
garden pond pumps
We have a variety of garden pond pumps, including both external and
laguna pond pumps
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large pond pumps
We have the large pond pumps that you need for your large pond.
pond air pumps
Our pond air pumps will keep the oxygen circulating in your pond.
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small pond pumps
We have small pond pumps and large ones, as well as all sizes in between.