Indoor pond construction
Indoor pond design
Where there is sufficient space, building an indoor pond or water feature can add character, interest and charm particularly to a conservatory, indoor swimming pool or dining hall.
When constructing an indoor pond there are always issues surrounding water temperature that must be addressed as the indoor pond is being designed. Water temperature must be kept at acceptably low levels unless a "tropical" pond with attendant species of fish and plants is to be built, in which case the temperature must not be permitted ever to fall below that at which the plants and fish will thrive.
Indoor pond planting, filtration and maintenance
Filtration systems (and possibly temperature control systems) are always required for indoor ponds. Whilst it is generally recognised that any filtration system should have a backup system in place in case of failure of one of its component parts, this precaution is often omitted in outdoor systems. In indoor ponds we consider a backup filtration system to be even more essential and we are reluctant to build an indoor pond without having such a backup filtration system in place.