By now you all know the benefit of pond filters: They help keep your pond clean by getting rid of various kinds of debris and biological waste.
You also know that there are many different kinds of pond filters that offer varying levels and types of filtration. The kind I’m excited to tell you about today is called a pressurized pond filter.
This particular kind of filter is incredibly efficient and provides the maximum benefit for your pond. It is contained within the piping of a pond pump or within the pump itself which greatly increases efficiency and allows for a more thorough cleaning of your pond water.
Pressurized pond filters often cost a little more than their traditional counterparts, but the benefits they provide far outweigh the additional cost. They’re more efficient and generally provide cleaner, healthier water.
Now, your personal creativity can take over! You may edge the pond using decorative flagstone, plants, brick, or a medium of your choice. To hide the edge of your pond liner, overlap whichever edging you choose to form a narrow “lip” over the pond. If, in the process of completing your project, the water becomes muddy, drain the pond and replace with clean water. Never allow dirty water to remain in your pond, as this will lead to odors and may be toxic to fish and plant life within your pond.