Ultraviolet Sterilizers

Click here to shop… Algae Control – No more green water What’s the difference between a UV Clarifier and a UV Sterilizer? UV-Clarifiers are used to kill algae along with some disease organisms. The water flows through UV-Clarifiers faster than the UV-Sterilizers. UV-Sterilizers kill 99% of floating algae as well as other living organisms. They…

Click here to shop… Why would you settle for Plastic when You can have Stainless Steel for less? This exciting new UV was designed to work with today’s low amperage pumps and high flow filters, such as the AquaBead/AlphaONE line. Sporting an impressive 4″ vessel with 2″ inlets/outlets means no flow restrictions. These units are…

Filter Media

Click here to shop. We carry a wide variety of replacement filter media for your Koi pond. Bacteria convert harmful by-products from aquatic animals into less harmful nitrates. This process occurs naturally in nature’s lakes and streams. In a Koi pond, these bacteria are found on the walls of our ponds. They also can be…

Pond Vacuums

Click here to shop Ponds are often dirty and have an accumulation and build up of debris on the bottom of them. Much of this is organic material that settles and compacts in the depths of the pond. Therefore one of the most proactive and useful things a pond owner can do is keep the…

Pond Heaters

Click here to shop. There is much debate as to whether koi hibernate in the winter. There are those that would have you believe that this is a natural state and quite healthy for your fish, while others would say that this causes undo stress. Regardless of which side of the fence you are on,…

Koi Pond Aeration

Click here to shop “Aeration” is the term that we use to mean adding air to the water. Since air contains 22% oxygen, aeration adds oxygen to the water. There are a number of essential pieces of equipment to consider when planning a pond. None more so than a good reliable quality air pump. So…

Pond Filtration

Click here to shop Clear water does not necessarily mean clean water, it may contain colorless impurities, such as ammonia and nitrite, that are harmful and can kill Koi, which excrete urine and produce feces, and ammonia is excreted through the gill membranes.  Debris also collects in ponds. Whether you are building a new pond…

Skimmers and Drains

Click here to shop The first step in building a pond is ensuring that waste products are efficiently removed from the system. The application of skimmers and bottom drains is essential in this regard. Pond Skimmers can remove as much as 85% of debris before it settles to the pond bottom and are the most…

Predator Control

Click here to shop. Predator control, specifically of herons, is an important part of keeping your koi fish healthy and safe. Herons are very large, migratory birds that live across most of the United States; Florida has especially high populations of these birds. Full-grown herons will eat your koi, while the smaller herons will stab…