Water features can bring motion, sound, excitement, and serenity to your outdoor area.
They’re the focal point of any backyard environment and obviously go well with hardscape and softscape accents.
Types of Water Features
Incorporating your feedback and integrating with other water systems, such as pools, hot tubs, sprinkler systems, drainage, or sump pumps, we can help you enjoy a variety of water features, such as:
- Ponds (still or flowing)
- Koi ponds (including water heaters and filters)
- Water gardens
- Waterless waterfalls (not connected to a bigger body of water)
- Flowing clay pots
Best Time of Year
Flowing water won’t freeze in a typical Oklahoma winter, but you can choose to turn them off in October or November. Come February, we’ll double-check your water line and then turn them back on.
We can install water features anytime throughout the year. Usually, we install water features as part of a bigger installation so they’d be done at the same time as planting landscaping in the spring or fall.
Free Water Features Quote
A Tulsa pool wanted some friends so we matched it with some beautiful landscaping and low-maintenance deck, artificial turf, and river rock.
It’s important to remember the unsung hero of your landscape: your walkways. Walkways provide opportunities to create focal and other points of interest in the yard while facilitating flow throughout your property. Fortunately homeowners have a variety of material choices, color combinations, and designs to choose from when designing and complimenting your landscape.
A bunch of folks here in Oklahoma will start a vegetable garden this year. Drip irrigation provides water near the base of the plant, leaving the upper foliage dry and less susceptible to fungi. Trellises are also a popular garden item that can be a tremendous asset to your vegetable garden.