Preformed Pond Liners aka kiddie pools..

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Preformed Pond Liners aka kiddie pools..

Post by Chris Rondea » Sun, 25 Feb 2001 02:55:33



  I am looking for opinions on the preformed pond's.  I just moved into
a large
house, with a decent sized lot.  I would like to add a pond to the property,
but the house is a rental.  I have the owners permission to add one, I would
probably have to remove it when I leave though.  To me, the easy option
would be to get one the the preformed pools, since there about the size
I
want right now (or at least the ones I have seen) and removing one would seem
to be rather easy.

 Are these good/bad, what should I look for, should I get two and stack 'em
etc etc etc..

 hehe now if I could just make it sal***er tropical, and add eels to
***off my cats.. :)

 thanks
  Chris

 
 
 

Preformed Pond Liners aka kiddie pools..

Post by Phyllis Hurle » Mon, 26 Feb 2001 10:19:28


We use three 5' kiddie pools as part of our veggie filter.  Works fine.  You
could dig a hole and use the dirt to form a berm behind it for a waterfall.

Easy to use.


Quote:
>   I am looking for opinions on the preformed pond's.  I just moved into
> a large
> house, with a decent sized lot.  I would like to add a pond to the
property,
> but the house is a rental.  I have the owners permission to add one, I
would
> probably have to remove it when I leave though.  To me, the easy option
> would be to get one the the preformed pools, since there about the size
> I
> want right now (or at least the ones I have seen) and removing one would
seem
> to be rather easy.

>  Are these good/bad, what should I look for, should I get two and stack
'em
> etc etc etc..

>  hehe now if I could just make it sal***er tropical, and add eels to
>***off my cats.. :)

>  thanks
>   Chris