water feature

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water feature

A decorative landscaping element that incorporates moving water. Examples include fountains and artificial waterfalls. I love the water feature in the backyard—it sounds so soothing!
See also: feature, water
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Some water features need so high maintenance like Cement Pond.
When the time came for the water features to be renovated, the building's ownership group and primary engineer wanted the garden to be leak proof well beyond the level the original waterproofing materials afforded.
Contract awarded for Park water features refurbishment
Each session in the play area will last around 45 minutes with water features suitable for both the under-eights and the eight to 12 age brackets.
Below are a selection of the water features available this summer.
Working together with Playpoint Singapore, Empex created an exciting array of water features for children to age 12.
DOGS and cats are being poisoned by owners using chemicals to stop water features in gardens freezing.
e latest attraction at Cannon Hill Park - which is an already popular venue for theatre, cycling, sports, picnics and includes a conservation area and wildower meadow - took seven months to build and now boasts new water features and more plants and trees.
Crystal the world leading water feature specialist, with offices in the Middle East, has again demonstrated the artistic role that modern fountains can play in major public realm projects, with the completion of its dramatic new water features at Constitution Gardens in Kuwait City.
The council also want to install lifts, improve toilet facilities and build two water features in the courtyard.
Dutkiewicz will play a key role in providing electrical solutions for water features for Crystal's clients in the regional market.
There are many water features available - from natural ponds to formal rills and tinkling fountains.
There are a vast range of water features to choose from nowadays ranging from a calm mist of water droplets through to pools of reflective stillness or the excitement of crashing white waterfalls.
New designs and trends in outdoor waterscaping are also leading to energy savings, says Derk Hebdon, owner of Bratt Water Features in American Fork.
It first began as an idea to fight airborne germs and bacteria in hospitals and healthcare settings, and in fact, Accents in Water (Denver, CO) remains the only Hospital-Approved, clinically tested water features available in the world today.