Well, I was rained out on the underlayment step. I wouldn't have been,
except that I am using these dense back *** squares that they use
behind bars for the bartender to walk on, so it won't be slippery, and
they won't hurt their backs and legs. Picture a *** grid with
little lots of little hard***on the bottom so that they are off the
floor and fluids can drain out from under. Why are we using these?
Because we have a bunch of them stored in the garage and they won't
rot. It is slow to put them in because they hook together on the sides
to form whatever size area you need. When I had to stop for the rain,
we threw the liner in temporarily, to keep the rain off the floor of
I'll tell y'all, I just can't wait. This is going to be so pretty. I
told Steve (DH) this morning, this is one for the web. We are going to
have lights shining on the fountain from the walls, and a really pretty
little seating area between the pond and the house. I am almost
tempted to call it the pool instead of the pond, because it is
rectangular and fairly formal in appearance.
I'll let y'all know when the pictures are up.
Easy ~ Pond is the newest distributor for Permalon pond liners.
Contact me via email for more information. Permalon is comparable to
EPDM in price only.
It is stronger, lighter, and can be custom seamed to conform to round
or rectangular ponds.
Factory installed boots for bottom drains are also available.
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