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Pondless Waterfall Instructions

Imagine having the best of both worlds: the sound of falling water, plus the visual appeal of an actual waterfall in your backyard, without the hassle of having to maintain it.

Pondless Waterfall Box
 
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Step One - Digging the Hole and Creating the Waterfall

The pump vault (the "bucket" contraption) measures approximately 20" x 20" x 15". This will be sitting in the hole; you will need to dig the hole that will allow the pump vault to fit into it fully. Using the dirt from the hole, as well as some dirt and stone from your local quarry, build up a mound for your waterfall. This can be designed however you want, but keep in mind that your Bio Waterfall will need to sit at the top

Step Two - Installing the Bio Waterfall Filter

Step Three - Lining the Waterfall

Using first the underlay, then the liner, line the hole for your pump vault, all the way up to the top of your spillway. This will prevent losing water and constantly having to top off your waterfall.

Step Four - Installing the Pump and Pump Vault

Insert the pump vault into the hole. Place the pump inside the pump vault, and connect the pump to the Bio Waterfall using tubing and clamps - connect the tubing to the barb-head fitting and secure with a clamp. Close the lid on top of the pump vault, and start filling the area with water. Once the pump has started working, fill the area surrounding the pump vault with pebbles. Then fill the rest of the hole with water, until the water from the Bio Waterfall flows continuously.