Although the idea of using pots as garden fountains is not a new idea, I came across a way of building them that I hadn’t seen before and would like to share that with you. The idea is simple. First you will have to choose the pots you will use for your fountain. You need a basin, a base and the pot you will use as the fountain. Choose the shape of the main fountain not only for its appearance but also how it will function. Smooth pots with very little taper on the bottom will be quieter as the water will cling to sides as it falls. Some pots have ridges or rings that will cause the water to fall off producing more sound.
For instance, you can purchase a tabletop design that can sit atop an end table, shelf or table. Water will circulate continuously so there is no need to hook it up to a water source. This keeps you from consuming a lot of water. However, you will need to check it often to ensure that the fountain is not near empty. Evaporation will tend to occur over time so check it at least once a week. If you don’t check it, the fountain’s motor could be damaged beyond repair.
Water features are also easy to maintain. Make sure to ask the service provider about the correct procedure and products to clean the water fountain, as the different types of fountains need to be treated differently. For example, using distilled water can be recommended to avoid calcium and hard water deposits. You need to check if the water level in the unit is maintained regularly, especially during the summers when evaporation is high. This also ensures the longetivity of your water đài phun nước sân vườn.
Garden water fountains are usually a little different than patio fountains as they are meant to fit the design of a garden more than a patio or deck. Most garden fountains are made of stone and include many shapes and designs. A common garden fountain typically has the water bubbling and flowing out of the top and then cascading down creating mini waterfalls instead of flowing down a flat surface like many patio or indoor fountains. There are many birdbath fountains available also. These fountains work basically the same as patio fountains with the pump and lights. To plug it in you will want to use an extension cord meant for garden use that can be buried to hide the cord.
Certain wall mounted fountains give trouble because the water flow is not even in all the areas of the fountain. Instead of a sheet of water, you may see only a trickle from a spot. To ensure uniform flow, mount the fountain straight. If you find a dry area in the water flow path, wet it. This helps the water ion attract other water ions. Gradually, there will be an even, uninterrupted path of flow.
Next define the space. It may be too much to improve the entire backyard this summer but outline the design to avoid reworking the same area next year. Fences or hedges can define boundaries and create order in the yard. If children need a play area be sure to define the “children’s space.” Get their input about how large it should be and what they want to do in their area.
If you can’t decide whether you get a floor or a wall fountain, why not get both? There is no rule that says you can only have one per room! Of course, you could always put one in your bedroom to help you sleep better or in your bathroom to create a tranquil spa atmosphere.