I rarely write comments for a company but it is imperative that I provide my thoughts for the homeowner who is seeking assistance with a small pond. I moved to a home where the pond had been idle/nonfunctioning for five years. I called and found out that this family-owned company put in the pond many years ago. It was exciting to hear the history It has been a pleasure working with Wes.
Yes, it is possible to maintain a pond without chemicals by using natural methods such as introducing beneficial bacteria, using barley straw to reduce algae, and incorporating plants that naturally filter water. However, in some cases, chemical treatments may be necessary to effectively maintain pond health, particularly when dealing with persistent water quality issues or invasive species.