PITLESS WATERFALL INSTALLATION IN Coupeville, WASHINGTON.
This stunning Pitless Waterfall feature was a complete old pond tear out in the owner’s backyard.
Tearing out the old pondless system was a challenge. Butch Tennyson and the Pitless team first cleaned out the old pond and worked to get rid of all the muck from the pond. Then they removed all the rock from the old pond. Next the old liners were torn out and the old pond area was filled with gravel to prepare it for a Pitless system. Lastly, to finish getting rid of the pond topsoil was added and the ground was contoured for the new stream.
Once the old pond was torn out, they added new liners and installed the Pitless system. This whole process, including building the Pitless waterfall took 4 days.
This waterfall is in the owner’s backyard in Coupeville, Washington. The stream is 37 feet in length and 32 inches in width. The stream starts near the door to exit the home into the backyard. It takes a slight right diagonal and then straigtens out in the the Pitless tank. There are large boulders line the top, sides, and bottom of the stream bed with a long-lasting LED lighting kit for full effect during evening hours.
The home owner examined the construction from their backyard periodically throughout the project and was very happy to have a Pitless Waterfall created by Butch Tennyson and his Pitless team. The Pitless system made the homeowner’s yard more alive with sights and sounds of a natural creek.