Backyard Ponds

129 Fromson Pond

This backyard masterpiece is another example of the same rock used in 124’s project, but with a more subtle look for backyards that are more flat and level. It only takes up about half of their small tract home back yard. See “how to plan an artistic design”....

128 Hart Pond

Another example of a small to medium sized backyard pond, this time with water flowing in a stream and waterfall combination shows how much you can do in a small area. See “how to construct a natural looking waterfall”....

127 Courtyard Pond

A small quaint pond with 3 cascades that only takes up only a 15 by 20 foot area, yet inspires a connection with nature and calms the nerves after a long day at the office. See “how to create an overall look”....

126 Ehmcke Pond

Oriental flair is created for this backyard pond with a bridge placed further upstream giving the residence a continuous feeling of “Zen” and peacefulness. See “how to create an overall look”....

125 Sorenson Pond

A simple looking waterfall with a deep pond for fish and small aquatic life in a tucked away backyard meditation area. Sometimes simpler is better. See “how to build a koi pond”....

124 Caso Pond

Creating a massive, grand scale backyard pond and waterfalls out of imported gray marble and salt/pepper boulders. A true entertainers delight as viewed from all rear windows. See “how to install boulders on a pond liner”....

123 Richardson Pond

A small tucked away pond/waterfall gives this home’s front door entrance a sense of relaxation before entering. All rock used to create this miniature masterpiece was gathered from the property. See “how to construct a natural looking pond”....

121 Alkema Pond

A beautiful custom estate home uses its main backyard focal point to display this large swimming pool sized pond with multi-tiered 9 foot high waterfalls to give the home a feeling that its located in a natural setting. See “how to build a backyard pond”....

120 Pala Mesa Resort Pond

Displaying one example of multiple water features that we created at the Pala Mesa Golf Resort. This 12 foot high multi-tiered waterfall rests in a hillside next to the golf cart path to the 1st tee. See “how to create an overall look”....