Pondless Waterfall

Pondless Waterfalls

A pondless waterfall is a great way to add beauty and tranquillity to your yard without the worry of maintaining a pond. They are easy to install and can be customized to fit any landscape.
If you're interested in adding this feature to your property, the best thing to do is get a free estimate from a professional.


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When Should You Get a Pondless Waterfall?

Ponds and waterfalls have been popular landscaping features for many years. However, a pondless waterfall is a newer type that doesn't require a traditional pond. Instead, the water is stored in a basin below the waterfall and then re-circulated.
There are many reasons why you should get a backyard pondless waterfall for your landscaping. They are beautiful to look at and create a great environment to relax.

  • They add value to your home and are easy to maintain. Also, there is no need to clean or stock the pond or deal with algae growth.
  • Pondless waterfalls are pet-friendly, and children love them too. Since they are easy to install and can be placed almost anywhere, you can choose from various styles to match your house décor.
  • This outdoor Zen is easy to install and can be done in two days.
  • They do not require a filter system since the water is re-circulated. There is no need to add water or change it. They are also wildlife-friendly and provide a nurturing habitat for frogs, turtles, and other wildlife.

A Great Addition to Your Landscape

These pondless waterfalls with variations add value to the design of your spaces.

Extra Small Falls

Extra small pondless waterfalls with a 3-foot stream add some visual interest and a water feature to your yard without taking up a lot of space. They're also a great way to get started in water gardening because they're relatively easy to install and maintain.

Small Pondless Falls with a Stream

A small pondless waterfall with a 5-foot stream is perfect for those who want the look and feel of a traditional water garden but don't have a large space to install one. These streams add movement and sound to an outdoor space.

Medium Pondless Falls with a Stream

Adding a medium pondless waterfall with a stream to your landscape adds extra beauty and functionality to your backyard. A medium pondless waterfall is about 2 feet high and 16 feet wide, making it perfect for the years to come.

Large Pondless Falls with a Stream

Large pondless waterfalls with a 25-foot stream add beauty and serenity to your big yard. Not only are they visually appealing, but they also provide a great water feature by which you can relax and cool off in the summer heat.

The Koi Kompanion Way

Koi Kompanion offers specialized services in installing premium pondless waterfalls for your landscaping needs. A pondless waterfall is a great way to add the calmness of the sound of falling water to your landscape without worrying about maintenance and cleaning up every day.
Our experts will work with you to design the waterfall, taking into account your home and landscape needs and your personal preferences about waterfalls. Once approved, we will install and build a pondless waterfall that perfectly complements your vision. We use only quality materials and equipment, so you can be sure your waterfall will last for years to come.
We can also help you choose the best location for your waterfall. We house a wide variety of rocks and other materials that you can choose from to create the perfect look for the waterfall. Koi Kompanion helps you add a pondless waterfall quickly and easily, and at a price that fits your budget.


Pondless waterfalls and Koi ponds are two popular landscaping features that improve the appearance of your property. While they somewhat similar, there are also some key differences between these two features. A pondless waterfall does not have a pond but has a waterfall feature. Instead, the water flows over a series of rocks and into a catch basin below. Koi ponds are ponds that are specifically designed to house Koi fish. They are typically deeper than other types of ponds and require maintenance as well.
It depends on many factors, including the type of pondless water feature, the climate, and the size of the feature. But, generally speaking, running the feature for shorter periods (8-10 hours per day) is better than running it for longer periods (24 hours per day). That allows the water to circulate and helps to keep the feature looking its best.
Aquatic plants can be a beautiful addition to a pondless water feature. They provide shade and habitat for wildlife. The best way to choose plants for your water feature is to consider the climate where you live.
Since your waterfall does not have a pond, fishes that need a pond or sufficient water to survive cannot live in a pondless waterfall. However, other amphibians like toads, turtles, and frogs can survive in pondless waterfalls. Expect them to visit ever so often, or you can also introduce them to your waterfall.
Mosquitoes and other pests are typically attracted to still water features. The water is consistently moving in waterfalls, which deters mosquitoes and other pests. If you are concerned about attracting pests, you can add a small fountain or another source of movement to the water.
Every waterfall is different, and the water needs may differ widely depending on the size and location of the pond. In general, a pondless water feature will need about 1/2 inch of water per day to stay healthy and look good. You may need to add more water during hot weather or if your feature is placed in direct sunlight. You should also keep an eye on the water level and add more to achieve the standard waterfall flow. If your waterfall is having water issues or you need a new one installed, reach out to us today!

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