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Bestshooter

06:20AM | 06/29/03
Member Since: 06/28/03
2 lifetime posts
Bvlawn
Hello,
I am VERY new to this and wanted to build a pond about 5000-7500 gal. I have been reading over this site and there is sooo much info but i am lost on really getting started. I am in need of some detailed info on building a pond ie what materials to use and how to build a filter system and exactly step by step how to build a pond. I am more accustomed to the small ponds with the liners. I have never dealt with building a concrete pond. please email me at the email address here with any help plz. I would be very greatful.

thanks


JRules

04:57PM | 07/07/03
Member Since: 07/06/03
6 lifetime posts
That sounds like a tall order! Hopefully, you'll find this of help. I am a fan of the reference book series from Creative Publishing International. According to their web site (www.creativepub.com), one of their titles listed is "Garden Pools: Fountains & Watercourses." You can certainly buy that title online, and you may also be able to find it at one of your local major home improvement centers where you could peruse the contents to see if it suits your needs.

Give a reply if you find that resource useful, or if you need another lead to get your project started.

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