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    Thanks guys, really pleased with it, and Mark, you're always welcome!
    1630 Gallon raised pond
    4" 'Avenue' bottom drain
    Estro sieve
    Econobead EB60 bead filter
    Sequence 18000 pump, 6000 pump on skimmer line
    Elecro 2kW in-line heater
    Evolution Aqua 70 air pump
    Standard wall skimmer
    Hozelock Vorton 55watt UV
    and some nice koi

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    The garden looks great miles .

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    A video off my pond

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qDqRrGKhHFg This was last year upgrading now

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    Super pond, what did you use for the roof tiles?
    Thanks

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    Nice pond


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    Quote Originally Posted by -Craig- View Post
    Here's mine.
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    Love that mate . I want to build 2 back walls with decking on mine just the same to keep thinking about putting a pergola up and doing 2 whole walls

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    Thanks. I have actually taken it up another 12 inches since this picture and am hoping to be able to put a roof over it next year without the Mrs noticing I have actually had a tarpaulin made it for it the other week with a view of giving a bit more protection come the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Craig- View Post
    Thanks. I have actually taken it up another 12 inches since this picture and am hoping to be able to put a roof over it next year without the Mrs noticing I have actually had a tarpaulin made it for it the other week with a view of giving a bit more protection come the winter.
    Ideal that that's what I was thinking but saving up and polycarbing the roof and removable ones for side but pennys pennys pennys

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    As its sits.

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    Built not bought!

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    Love it . I know you dont like windows but if I had that pond and seating area a would need one like . 6weeks is nothing for a pond like that brilliant job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajm View Post
    Love it . I know you dont like windows but if I had that pond and seating area a would need one like . 6weeks is nothing for a pond like that brilliant job

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    Thanks bud, still plenty to do though. Pergola next I think and gates on filter enclosure..
    Built not bought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave_vr6 View Post
    Thanks bud, still plenty to do though. Pergola next I think and gates on filter enclosure..
    Roof would be good like going straight off the garage should be easy enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajm View Post
    Roof would be good like going straight off the garage should be easy enough

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    Would need to go up at an angle. Not really high enough. I am on with the design lol. Need to decide. Fancied a sale shade as well can't decide very windy in Yorkshire.

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    I've just been looking at them for mine sick of not being able to see the fish because of shadows

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