Maintenance - Filtration
Caring for your UV Filter over Winter
Fitting Your Fish Pond with a UV Filter is one of the smartest things you can do to keep your fish healthy, active, and alive!
Choosing the Best Filter for Your Pond
From all the different filters available, which should you choose? You might do best combining several different filter types.
Fish-Friendly Water Garden Filters
Before adding fish to your pond, make sure you provide suitable filtration to remove harmful by-products, including ammonia, nitrates, and nitrites.
Keeping Your Pond Clean
Keeping your pond clean often requires filtration. A mechanical filter is by far the most popular, cost effective, and efficient means available.
Setting Up a Biological Filter
All water features can benefit from biological filtration, but if you have a fish pond, you should absolutely have them onboard!
Using a Biofilter for a Cleaner Pond
Setting up a biofilter is a quick, inexpensive, and efficient means of protecting your fish from ammonia poisoning--if you do it right.
Using an Ultraviolet Filter
An ultraviolet filter can clear up that cloudy green water and keep your fish healthy with a minimum of fuss.
Using Chemical Filtration in Your Pond
Chemical filtration is a great way to keep your pond clean of harmful chemicals--IF you use it properly.
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