Fort Wayne Pond & Waterfall

Fort Wayne Pond & Waterfall

A small existing pond in Fort Wayne that had groundwater issues, and stones that were falling out of place. The existing koi fish were moved to a tank while the pond was being removed and a new one built.

The new enlarged pond is about 14′ x 7′ and 2′ deep. Weathered Tennessee boulders were brought in, and all new components were used to ensure trouble-free use.

Cost Range: $12000 - $15000

Serving Northern IN & Southern MI

Elkhart County, IN Elkhart, Goshen, Bristol, Middlebury, Simonton Lake, Dunlap, Wakarusa, New Paris, Benton, Millersburg, Nappanee

St. Joseph County, IN South Bend, Mishawaka, Granger, Georgetown, Osceola, New Carlisle, North Liberty, Walkerton, Lakeville

LaPorte County, IN LaPorte, Michigan City, Westville, Rolling Praire, Union Mills, Wanatah, Mill Creek, LaCrosse, Hanna, Kingsford Heights, Michiana Shores

LaGrange County, IN Shipshewana, Topeka, Howe, Lagrange, Wolcottville

Kosciusko County, IN Warsaw, Winona Lake, Silver Lake, Syracuse, Pierceton, North Webster, Milford, Leesburg, Claypool, Etna Green

Noble County, IN Albion, Kendallville, Avilla, Cromwell, Ligonier, Rome City

Whitley County, IN Columbia City, Churubusco, Larwill, South Whitley

Allen County, IN Fort Wayne, Grabill, Huntertown, Leo, Monroeville, New Haven, Spencerville, Woodburn plus Roanoke & Auburn

St. Joseph County, MI Three Rivers, Sturgis, White Pigeon, Mendon, Colon, Centreville, Burr Oak

Cass County, MI Cassopolis, Dowagiac, Edwardsburg, Marcellus, Vandalia, Jones, Union

Berrien County, MI Benton Harbor, Coloma, Saint Joseph, Watervliet, Baroda, Berrien Springs, Bridgman, Buchanan, Eau Claire, Galien, New Buffalo, Niles, Sawyer, Stephensville, Three Oaks, Union Pier

Office & Showroom: 221 US 20 Unit E, Middlebury, IN 46540

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