Although the idea of using pots as garden fountains is not a new idea, I came across a way of building them that I hadn’t seen before and would like to share that with you. The idea is simple. First you will have to choose the pots you will use for your fountain. You need a basin, a base and the pot you will use as the fountain. Choose the shape of the main fountain not only for its appearance but also how it will function. Smooth pots with very little taper on the bottom will be quieter as the water will cling to sides as it falls. Some pots have ridges or rings that will cause the water to fall off producing more sound.
Now you’re ready to put your water garden fountain. If your main concentration on having a fountain is the decoration, then you should build a fountain that is cheap enough for you to go about the total costs. Make sure that you will be able to save more having done the job yourself than buying one and having technicians to install It for you in the first place.
These wall fountains are simply mounted with an easy to install bracket system that will attach to almost any wall. They will go into drywall with metal or wood studs, cinderblock, plywood and cement. If you get a đài phun nước bằng đá you may need some help lifting them onto the bracket on the wall as they can be quite heavy since they are natural stone. The bottom tray holds the water and the quiet submersible pump and a hose runs along the back of the fountain distributing the water over the stone surface at the top. There are also lights and an on and off switch in the top panel. These fountains simply plug into any normal wall socket and once installed are ready to go!
Mismatching Size: A tabletop fountain would never look good in a large area by itself as a decorative item. A floor fountain would not compliment the looks of an office or a small room. The diameter of the tabletop fountain should be the basis of your measurement. The height of the fountain you are eyeing can be checked to make sure there is some clearance to your space. Floor fountains measurements can be determined primarily from its width. By stacking some boxes up you can determine the height of the fountain. If it is an outdoor fountain more likely the size would not be a problem.
You start with a large sized terracotta or stone bowl as your foundation. This will be the basin pot where the overflowing water will fall. Drill a hole out of the bottom center of the bowl if there isn’t one already. Now take the cord from your pump and run it through the hole. For larger holes, cover with duct tape and fill with Bondo. Smaller holes can be filled in with silicon. When that has dried, coat the inside with a water sealant. Now you should be ready to place the basin in your desired location. Although not crucial, try to make the basin as level as possible.
Every imaginable color, illumination, size and theme is available for all variety of tastes and needs. Some popular themes are animals, birds, fish and biblical characters. The size you purchase strictly depends on where it will be mounted. They have these fountains for walls, fences, alcoves and trees. Don’t be surprised if a bird swoops down for a drink.
You can install this water feature in your drawing room and enjoy stress free atmosphere. I am sure that you and your guests would surely appreciate the awe inspiring beauty of this naturally inspired accessory.