Landscape & Garden Fountains
What is a Landscape Fountain?
A Landscape Fountain typically consists of a decorative fountain positioned atop an underground reservoir that stores the water and a recirculating pump located in the reservoir pumps the water up through the fountain where it bubbles over the top and cascades back into the reservoir. Landscape Fountains are the easiest and most economical way to add the sights and sounds of water to the landscape without the big investment or the space needed for a larger water feature. An Outdoor landscape fountain can easily be installed within just a few hours if you like to tackle home projects on your own, or if you live in the Red Oak-Waxahachie Texas (TX) area you can hire us to do the job for you.
Adding a water feature brings a whole new sensory experience to your garden. A well-placed garden fountain can transform an ordinary backyard into a relaxing outdoor retreat with the restorative sound and hypnotizing movement of trickling water. A fountainscape can also serve as a focal point in a front yard, plaza or courtyard. The most budget friendly option we offer is a fountainscape. Contact us to learn more.
Landscape Fountain Systems
Landscape & Garden Fountains provide homeowners in the Red Oak-Waxahachie Texas (TX) Areas with a unique and creative way to decorate their outdoor living space. Many homeowners desire the soothing sounds of running water, but are just not ready for a pond or Pondless Waterfall. We offer a wide variety of decorative pieces that can be used in your outdoor fountain, from natural boulders , ceramic urns to brass sculptures to carved stone structures.
Fountains are usually easy to install, they are low maintenance water features that create a unique focal point in your landscape. The fountain works by pumping water contained in a large, in-ground reservoir up and through your fountain of choice, allowing the water to flow back into the reservoir.
A variety of fountain kits types are available to suit your style and budget. Enjoy watching the birds and butterflies that visit your fountain for refreshment.