This step by step tutorial of how to install a child and pet safe garden water feature diy project will bring relaxation and beauty to a corner of your garden. One of the big reasons for this due to the calming effect that is often associated with running or trickling water. When most people think of water features they often talk about large, extravagant waterfalls or big Koi Fish ponds. However, you don’t necessarily have to tear up your backyard in order to be able to get the benefits of a water feature.
Water features have become a very popular option for backyard decorating these days. This do it yourself project was designed to make it possible for most anyone with a little DIY skill to create a low cost, super calming water feature. The list of necessary items is pretty small and they can easily be obtained from almost any local supply or hardware store. You will only need to select a suitable place to locate it and just follow the instructions.
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Materials and Tools needed:
A basin/reservoir with pump chamber
Three-way Splitter for the pump hose (*Optional* Use if you have multiple gurglers/features in your set-up)
Lengths of hose long enough to travel to the top of each gurglers and reach into the pump chamber
LED gurgler lights and three-way plug
Shovel, arm strength, words of encouragement
Landscape rock – we used Pebble Creek Black Smooth Polished Rock
A GFCI electrical outlet to plug in your pump and LED lighting
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