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A well-installed liner doesn’t need a lot of direct maintenance.
Once your liner is fully installed and securely anchored, you’re ready to get back to normal.
Now that your excavation is fully renovated and ready for action, it’s time for the main event:
This is the ideal time to make adjustments, add protections, or add new features to your pond.
Once the pond is empty, and the liner is fully exposed, it’s time to remove it. But wait! In some cases, it may be a reasonable option to leave the liner there.
Once you’ve settled on replacement, you’re looking at a good chunk of work, so it’s wise to plan to make the most of your effort.
Repair is almost always the least expensive option, providing it is successful on the first try.
Most direct damage to the liner produces tears and punctures. A large hole near the surface of the water may be easy to identify and evaluate.
Once you’ve taken a shot at identifying the type of liner you’re working with, it’s time to try to identify the type, location, and cause of the leak, if possible.
Whether you’re dealing with a dry, semi-dry, or just a mildly leaky pond, take the time to see what’s there, a few inches or several inches into the dirt.
Artificial ponds come in all shapes and sizes and are used for almost every imaginable purpose
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As you’re researching the best ways to build a pond, you’ll run into a lot of conflicting ideas and information.
Knowing how to choose the thickness of your pond liner is crucial.
Among pond liner materials, RPE, which stands for “reinforced polyethylene,” is one of the most popular, both for smaller garden ponds and large recreational or industrial use ponds.
If you’re building a pond, there are lots of options available, from RPE liners to EPDM, HPDE, and even rigid plastic pond liners.
If you’re thinking of building a pond, whether it’s a small garden pond or something larger, you’ll find that there are a variety of pond liner materials available.
On the surface, it seems like a preformed pond liner might be the best choice.