Step 1: Mark the desired location of the pond. Mark the area for the waterfall.
Step 2: Dig the hole for the pond. Leave a mound of dirt along the perimeter of the pond.
Step 3: Begin forming the first tier of the multi-tiered waterfall using blocks and/or bricks for stability. Use the dirt from the pond excavation to fill-in and mount-up for a graduated exterior. Be sure to compact the dirt for added stability.
Step 4: Cover the entire surface with the pond liner. The liner should extend over the sides of the pond by 10-12 inches and cover the entire waterfall surface and sides.
TIP: If roots and/or debris are present, line the bottom with old carpet or sand to protect the liner from punctures.
Step 5: Tuck the liner in the levels of the waterfall and add the flat rock that will serve as ledges.
Step 6: Trim excess liner leaving the 10-12 inch allowance around the perimeter.
Step 7: Cover the exterior of the pond with flat stone. Leave a small area on one side void of rock to run the cord(s) and tubing to the outside of the pond. Add small pond pebbles to cover the entire bottom of the pond.
Step 8: Attach the tubing to the pump; place the pump into the pump barrier.
Step 9: Place the pump in an obscure location at the bottom of the pond and run the cord and tubing to the outside of the pond. Add lighting to the bottom and/or sides of the pond and run the cord to the outside as well.
Step 10: The tubing should be directed to the top of the waterfall.
Step 11: With smooth medium and large stone, cover the waterfall entirely. Add flay stone to the inside walls of the pond.
Step 12: Place a large piece of the flat stone on the top of the waterfall and trim excess tubing. Fill your pond with water, plug in the pump and enjoy!
TIP: We also recommend adding Chlorine Remover before adding any fish or plants to water. Chlorine Remover detoxifies heavy metals from water and instantly removes chlorine and chloramines.