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Fountain & Aeration Sales and Installation

Aeration

Water & Wetland has years of experience with aeration design, installation and service.  While aerating your pond won’t kill weeds or algae, it is perhaps one of the most important additions to any management program.  From improving fish habitat to increased water quality and expediting the reduction of muck/organic matter, aeration has multiple benefits to set your pond or lake management program up for success. 

We are an aeration distributor for the following manufacturers:

  • Kasco Marine

  • AquaMaster

  • AirMax

 

Fountains

Fountains not only provide aeration benefit but can also create a focal point of your waterbody.  Fountains can provide that “wow factor” for your pond or lake.  We can help you find the perfect fountain for your pond or lake, whether your goal is aeration, aesthetics or both.  We’ll work with you to maximize your budget to get the best bang for your buck.  The sky is the limit with many options to choose from including:  multiple manufacturers, hundreds of patterns, and plenty of lighting options from standard LED’s to programmable RGBW lights.

We are a fountain distributor for the following manufacturers:

  • Kasco Marine

  • AquaMaster

  • AirMax

 

Oxygen Saturation Technology (OST) is a state-of-the-art aeration system. The patent-pending design dissolves oxygen gas directly into the water and releases it precisely where it is needed most. The OST’s design eliminates bubbles, which eliminates turbulence, sediment resuspension, and undesirable mixing. These systems can maintain dissolved oxygen (DO) levels as high as 20 mg/L directly over and into the sediments, where oxygen is needed most, providing exceptional water quality not achievable with traditional diffused air/aeration systems. OST is the only aeration method that can guarantee a lake will never have an oxygen-related fish kill.

Call us not for a free consultation to discuss your specific project/needs.  We’ll help you determine the most appropriate aeration type and then further delineate the proper system design. 

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