335 Core drilled water feature Home Design Photos

The Garden Route Company
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SF Ingelside Terrace
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capped seat wall and cored boulder water feature
I have to say this water feature is fairly cool but I think it would be expensive to install and I don't know how much water it would
would use-I guess if I had the water hookup from the creek in play that might not be such a deal. The birds would like it.
“nice” — dazhuang
Jobe Corral Architects
Courtyard
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Love the water feature. Consider this yet another plea for you to Please share
are the products and materials available for purchase regarding this water feature??
Can you tell me what materials were used to construct the water feature?
I am refinishing heart pine floors in my living room and kitchen and can't decide if I should go with oil or water base poly
leaches any of the colour into the water. Thanks!
can you send me any photos or designs you did to make the water feature i would love to do this for my
I believe the material for the water feature may be a thin sheet metal - Corten Steel which is weathered steel and comes in many sizes and thicknesses
Hi there! The water feature is plate steel.
floors oil vs water based
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Grow Landscapes, Inc.
Loudoun County Landscape & Design. Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
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Castanes Architects PS
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Lake House
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Rain water is channeled through a perforated pipe to create a waterfall. The water then is channeled into rain water reserve tanks under ground. Photo:
Must have one! How, where does the water drain off? Recirculate?
mjlopez1983, The rain water is stored in a cistern, and re-used for the water feature, (and irrigation). We never have water shortage in Seattle. But
are in a dry area, you can set up your system to be supplemented by city water. You can also have a switch on the system to turn on and off the waterfall
So, the amount of water coming down the waterfall (or the time it lasts falling) depends on how much
the rain water is coming from pipe with holes drilled in and goes into a cistern, put it on a switch to turn on and off
“Cover” — jpallatt
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
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Bianchi Design
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Rancho Nuevo
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Water flows over the corten rusted-steel edges of this courtyard waterfeature and down into a small channel also filled with pebbles. This whole structure
structure was set to finish flush with only a half-inch gap between the water surface and a cast concrete seat wall that extends along the courtyard’s perimeter
How long will the corten steel last as a water feature?
period of time as the water washes the rust effect away? It looks fantastic though and would like to use it if possible.
I can't figure out how you get the water to flow and how smooth it is. Is this an optical illusion and does the water flow from the wider to smaller widths
built something similar, but the rust inside the steel basin clouds the water - did you seal the inside (or outside) with clear acrylic once you had the
Is this a water feature or glass?
“The shape and overflow” — Mary Phelps
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Alderwood Landscape
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bubbler rock in this photo is a natural basalt column that has been core-drilled to allow water to spill-out of the top. Our primary suppliers for these fountain
I used a stump. Drilled a 1/2 hole down the middle, inserted tubing and placed a small pump underneath
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Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Marrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
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Contractor: Robert Hanss, Inc. Steel Fabrication: Wovensteel and Richard Duca Water Systems: Pond Creations by Sean Photo by Susan Teare.
How long is the stream and does a pump bring the water back to the wat
Thanks for your question. The whole water feature is actually two recirculating systems. The upper stream, in the hand rill seen in the back of this photo
approximately 60 feet long. There is a pump in the water basin that is shown here to bring the water back to the top. The stream in the foreground is part
part of the second system and has a second pump to recirculate water. This stream is approximately 30 feet long. It was complex but a lot of fun to figure
Love the built in water creek.
“Like the path in the rough nature” — frankgraham555
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, can you let me know where I can buy this rock feature water feature from, seen many but never one like this, I LOVE IT!!!
boulder drilled for a tube that burbles.
If you want to get a water feature that's even more understated, this is about the most subtle fountain you can get. It looks like a puddle after a rainstorm
You can ask a landscaper or another rock specialist to drill a hole in a stone, and then run a PVC pipe or hose inside to create a more
ic disappearing fountain.Usually the fountain sits up on a grate with a water basin below, but you can also fill up the basin with rock. The downside is
how much for the water feature?...love this feature for the yard...something nice about this water feature
“Okay but I would want a real boulder” — Thomas G MOORE
Aquascape Inc.
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Fountainscapes
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Fountains add the soothing sound of running water to your landscape. Butterflies and birds love these fountains.
Please tell me how the water cisrculation works with the ground stones and no base reservoir Thank you
reservoir beneath the rock fountains. Inside the reservoir is a water pump that circulates the water up through the rocks. More information about this type of
I love how natural this looks! While I also like the classical-looking water fountains, this is the kind of thing I would love in my backyard. Thank you
A fun way of using drilled stones. Safe for children
“Pondless” — joevicjohnson
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