Pond Fountains and Aerators, LED Fountain Lighting & More
Fountain Mountain has been selling fountains and pumps to over 10,000 customers since 1999. We are a major supplier to garden centers, manufacturers of concrete and stone fountains, HOA's, landscape architects, and homeowners. Whether you need Scott Fountains, pond lighting, Kasco Fountains, floating pond fountains or fountain pumps, we have them all.
Kasco Pond Fountains
Kasco fountains are the perfect focal point in any pond or lake. From the 30 ft. high attention-demanding Redwood pattern to the elegant Balsam 3-tier pattern, each nozzle offers its own special visual appeal. Kasco pond fountains are the most energy-efficient and provide the most aeration of any other company in the marketplace.
Decorative pond fountains focus on pond beauty. They aerate less than aerating fountains.
Aerating fountains balance pond beauty and pond aeration
Aerators work exclusively on pond health. No decoration.
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We specialize in Kasco and Fountain Tech floating pond fountains for sale.
Fountain Tech Pond Fountains
Created with budget in mind, these 1/3 to ½ horsepower fountains come complete with multiple patterns, mooring line, cage baskets, floats, and motors. Easy to assemble with patterns up to 18' tall.
Pond Fountains FAQs
Are Fountains Good for Ponds?
The obvious benefit of pond fountains is their aesthetic appeal. We're all drawn to water, and the right pond fountain can really stand out. A less commonly recognized benefit is the aeration they provide, which helps oxygenate the water and reduce excessive algae growth. By starving the algae of the nutrients they need to thrive, you free up more space for the beneficial ecosystems you would like to see. By keeping the water moving, the pond aeration provided by many fountains helps remove bad smells, and decrease mosquito activity.
What size fountain do I need my pond?
The size of your fountain should be dedicated to the size of the pond. For small ponds in backyards, ideally, you want the water to be circulated at least once an hour. For example, if you have a 300-gallon pond, you need a pump that can run 300 gallons per hour. However, our floating fountains are meant for large ponds of say 1/10 of an acre to five acres or more. By calculating the area of your pond, you can work out how much water you have and choose the right size fountain.
How much does a fountain for a pond cost?
The cost of pond fountains and aerators depends on a number of factors. The first is the size of your pond and the amount of water you need to pump. The more powerful the pump, the more it's likely to cost. We sell budget fountains to very large, industrial ones.
Will a fountain keep my pond clear?
A pond fountain will help keep your water clear by providing aeration and continually circulating the water. This breaks up surface algae, preventing it from growing further. When your pond water becomes stagnant, carbon dioxide builds up, giving algae ideal conditions to flourish. With a fountain in your pond, your water will be better oxygenated, helping it to stay clearer.