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First time buyers looking to add a fountain to their homes or businesses often are overwhelmed with the selection and variety of water fountains available. To help make heads or tales of all of these choices we’ve created this quick overview of some of the choices you will be faced with during your water fountain shopping experience.
The first thing to distinguish is weather you are looking for an outdoor or indoor water fountain. Some fountains can be used for both but most waterfalls are designed for one or the other. Outdoor fountains such as the ones found here on GrayStoneCreations.com are specifically designed for outdoor use and can offer customers more durable pumps designed to withstand the inevitable particles and debris associated with outdoor fountains. Click for more information about outdoor pond pumps.
For customers looking for indoor water fountains there are three major classifications, floor fountains, wall fountains and table fountains. Table fountains, also called desk fountains are small affordable fountains that are perfect for bringing the soothing sound of water to rooms on a budget. Floor water fountains are larger fountains that can range from about three feet high to ten feet high and are commonly placed in corners or used as room dividers. Wall fountains can also vary drastically in size and are designed to hang like a picture on wall with out the need for structural modification to the wall itself.
All indoor water fountains do not require plumbing. The water simply circulates through the fountain and back into the water storage area called a reservoir. We recommend that you change the water in the reservoir every few months and add water treatment as need for your needs. Indoor water fountains that are subjected to lots of natural sunlight tend to need more water treatment and regular treatment due to increased algae growth.
For more detailed questions regarding outdoor fountains and pond pumps please give our staff at GreyStoneCreations a call. Or click on the links to see a selection of indoor water fountains including popular wall fountains. You will find a wide selection of indoor water fountains designed specifically for indoor use.