Dheeraj NP: For better effect - Hide your pump using some rocks or Keep the pump at other end hidden.
mediatrainer1: Rather than the two piece plumbing fittings I used a plastic one inch through - hull boat fitting. Worked like a charm, no leaks and no need to join pieces together. Available online or at any marine store for about 5 bucks. Thanks John, saved me 200 dollars and it looks fabulous.
Colleen Gill: Thank you SO much for this instructional video. You showed every step clearly & also showed all the items I need to purchase to connect pump to waterfall.
big frank: Where do I get some waterfall sealant?
Erwin Fekete: save yourself some money and buy a solar kit.
John Harris: Go for it, Chet.
Chet Day: Buying a bulkhead would of saved all that time and energy
ww2dynamite: Interesting video, thanks. I made my own garden pond. You can see it on my channel.
David Alin: Great job coach
Julie Price: Clever idea . Thanks , just goes to show what you can do with a bit of know how .
Outdoor Living Systems: Pretty sweet for homeowners who want a waterfall for little cost! Awesome job!
kittycatse7en: what power of pump would you recommend for a 35 gallon pond?
poetsmantra: Wrong. 343,402 people have watched.
Muhammed4ever: Peace be upon you
Thank you so much
John Harris: I'm glad the video was helpful. I can't believe 341,225 have watched! Enjoy your day! :)
DrShankenstein: I appreciate you making this video. It's was REALLY helpful ! Thank you !
Brad Warren: I ended up combining this idea with a aeration/filtration system. Basically I stacked three of these high with the first 2 with holes in the bottom. Filled all three with lava rock with the pump water coming in at the top. Love the calming sound of the waterfall. cheers
Ashlie Milano: I appreciated your video I found it quite helpful. freak all those assholes talking crap!
JourneyTotheTruthandTotalRandomness: That's the problem though. You're not helping anyone out by making crapty videos. And hell, I posted this over a month ago and now you respond..LOL!
Jamie Grine: Gee, you post videos to try to help people out and all they can do is B I T C H. If you don't like the idea, don't watch it. I'm a newbie at this whole pond thing and had no idea on the waterfall part and this was one of the most informative videos I've seen. I think the pond is beautiful, better than most others I've seen from people who have used junk from their trash to build a waterfalls and bio filters.
How to Make a Backyard Pond Waterfall Weir / Spillway for Less Than $20 - WEEKEND LANDSCAPING IDEA5
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