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Garden Pump Facts: Installation, Care and Maintenance

December 13, 2018

Do you dream of stepping into your backyard in order to be greeted by the gentle splashing of a pond and the waterfall installed into it? Perhaps you dream of having your own Koi pond or backyard zen garden. Perhaps you simply want to have a running water source on your property. Whatever your reasons, you are going to need a quality garden pond pump in order to make it a reality. Today, we are going to give you a brief outline of the installation process and the general care and maintenance required to keep your system up and running.

Garden Pond Pump: How to Install and Maintain

If you want to have a quality water feature on your property then you are going to have to have a quality garden pump to keep it running. There are many different ways to select a gardening pump but you cannot even begin until you know what you are looking for. In order to install the right pump and maintain it, you need to focus on a few key points.

1) What Size of Pump Do I Need?

You need to have your garden pump properly outfitted to the water feature that you are intending to build. In order to do this, you need to focus on how much water is in your feature, where it needs to go, and how quickly you need it to circulate. You'll be paying primary attention to the change rate of your garden.

2) Where Is My Filter Box Going?

Your filter box is the construct that keeps your pump operating, in a way. The filter box should be placed next to your water feature on the opposite end of wherever you intend to install your pump. Your hoses will run from the filter box to the pump.

3) How Do I Install The Pump?

First, you need to get enough water into your feature until the bottom is completely covered. After you have set up your filter box you can place your pump at the bottom of the feature. At this point, run your lines from the filter construct to the pump itself before plugging in the pump to its power source. Now, finish filling your pond.

4) How Do I Maintain My Pump?

Maintenance of your garden pump will take several different forms. First and foremost, when you are maintaining your pump, you will need to unplug it from its power source. After the pump is unplugged, remove it from the water. Now, dismantle the entire pump and set out all of the parts in front of you. All of the parts should be cleaned and dried with fresh water. Don't use soap if you have living components inside your pump. Next, you need to take care to replace any lines that are showing signs of clogging or wearing down. Pump lines are the first things to go out and cause issues in your garden's water feature.

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