Re: Sharing a pond vac
- From: ~ janj <Seewebsite@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 11:36:45 -0800
On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 16:12:36 GMT, "humBill" <bbris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for your suggestions. Anything involving 'running' the system for
very long seems impractical as we definitely talking about the wand, hose
etc so this would require quite a 'loop'. It is interesting. I have called
a couple of pond maintenance services around here. It is pretty clear to me
that they are suggesting a way to clean it, but it is not there normal
Boy, howdy, I can believe that. Pond Cleaning Professionals, and I use the
term lightly in this case, probably know a lot about getting the muck out.
Koi/Goldfish health is a whole foreign concept.
Around here we have quite a few people who can built magnificent
waterfalls, just about every high-end professional building locally sprouts
one now days. But quiz them on bottom drains and filtration for fish and
that's where their expertise stops. Unfortunately we have too many
nonprofessional professional waterfall builders who can talk a good game
just to get business. (Consumer: "Love the waterfall, hate the pond"
comments heard.) <s>
Beware the buyer, behold the internet before buying. ~ jan
See my ponds and filter design:
~Keep 'em Wet!~
Tri-Cities WA Zone 7a
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