asheville landscaping, asheville pond builder, Fountain, landscape design, water features, water feature

Custom Pool Waterfall

We just got this water feature running today after waiting about a month for the plumbing and pool plaster to get finished.

It was a fun project to build for a great pool company. We worked to make it as naturalistic as possible while working off the top of the pool coping with a 4 ft drop behind the falls.

The design set the falls here to give the clients a stunning view of the falls and the mountains behind.

We are looking forward to building more waterfalls and water features into swimming pools. Something I’ve wanted to get into since the beginning of my career.

Check back with us for more updates.

Jacob

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asheville landscaping, asheville pond builder, Fountain, landscape design, water features

We Love Building Waterfalls!

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It’s an awesome pleasure to have a job building Waterfalls in Asheville, NC.

Its hard work but it’s very rewarding. At the end of the job we get to sit by a relaxing stream or waterfall and enjoy our labor of love.

We just finished this waterfall in Asheville that flows into a natural clay lined pond. We added an aeration system to help circulate the water and oxygenate the pond.

Check back soon for more pictures of the finished project, including plants and a low voltage aquatic lighting system.

By the way, this is our fourth Waterfall build for a new wedding venue in Asheville. So give us a call if you need a water feature for your wedding venue!

Living Waters Landscaping

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asheville pond builder, Fountain, landscape design, water features, pondless waterfalls, stone work

Pondless Waterfall Excavation

We are starting a new Pondless Waterfall in Asheville, NC this week.

This is a very unique job because the site of the waterfall build is 1000 ft downhill from our clients house in the middle of the woods! All the materials for this project will be brought down a system of switchback trails that our client has built over the last 15 years.

We just finished excavation and moving 20 tons of materials down the hill by hand.

It took a couple days of full time work to get all the rock and gravel down the hill.

We also ran into a large rock shelf during excavation. We have no power on site so we decided to use some old school techniques to get the rock out of our waterfall area. Using chisels and hammers we were able to split the shelf into pieces by hand, instead of going to get the generator and jackhammer. It was actually more time efficient to do it this way due to the site access.

 

 

We are now ready to build, A little sweat and blood later! But I think the end result will be worth it.

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