Ponds & Water Features

Have you been thinking about installing a water feature on your property? Or perhaps you have a pond, waterfall, or fountain and you’ve been concerned about winterizing your water feature in the fall, starting up your water feature in the spring, and/or ensuring your existing water feature is properly maintained on an ongoing basis.

Homeowners are increasingly opting for staycations over vacations, and looking for ways to enhance the enjoyment of their outdoor living areas. The installation of a water feature can help you create a backyard oasis replete with the sights, sounds, and effervescence that maximize the pleasure derived from your backyard.

Water features include everything from a low maintenance bubbling rocks to fountains and waterfalls to large, elaborate ponds with streams, waterfalls, fish and water plants.

We have installed numerous water features using the Aquascape Ecosystem. This system promotes a balance between water, plants and fish, creating a more self-sustaining water feature and reducing the requirement for regular pond maintenance. We’ll be glad to show you how a water feature can enhance your property and provide you with all the information required about the Aquascape Ecosystem.

A Touch of Dutch Landscaping is proud to be a Certified Aquascape Contractor. CAC’s are the most qualified and informed pond installers in the water gardening industry. The certification program requires an in-depth application that includes referrals, pictures of completed water features, and general questions about their business and water gardening philosophy. These applications are then reviewed by technical agents at Aquascape, Inc. and a review board made up of other established CAC’s.

A Touch of Dutch Landscaping is proud to be a Certified RainXchange™ Professional. The CRP program provides credibility for landscape contractors and pond installers desiring to show their dedication and concern for the needs of our environment. The program provides education of water conservation issues and training on design and installation of the RainXchange™ System installations.