How to Install a Large Pond Waterfall in Your Backyard





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Published on May 3, 2010

Dealing with a big, boring open space on your patio or property? Installing a waterfall pond is a fast, easy and stunning way to add beauty and ambiance to your backyard. In this how-to video Stuart Dunne of Universal Rocks walks you step-by-step on how installing a pond waterfall to help maximize that unused space. For this demonstration, we're using a large pond pit, a medium waterfall, sponge filter, faux rock pump cover, and a wide assortment of decorative trees, plants, stumps and stones. As you'll see, setting up your waterfall-pond can be done by one person in just a matter of minutes, and all the water connections are pre-drilled to help simplify the process.

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    • Prolific Arts Music
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    • Acoustic Underscores
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