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This Is How Much You May Have To In Invest In A Koi Pond In Maryland, DC, And Northern Virginia

A quality koi pond can cost $5,000 to $100,000 or more. Koi pond maintenance costs can be a few hundred to a few thousand dollars.

Find out more specifics in the post below-

It’s Worth The Investment

“Installing a koi pond in our yard will be worth the money, absolutely.”

Peter turns to look at MJ. “Oh yeah? I’m sure the benefits of a koi pond are great but is it really worth the money?” They’ve been having this same conversation for a couple of weeks now.

But this time it won’t end in a standoff because MJ has been preparing.

“I know cost is a big concern for you. That’s why I found this great post that covers the cost of a koi pond. This includes building one and then maintaining it. Here, check it out!” She settles down on the couch next to Peter so they can both see the post.

This is what the couple reads-

How Much Does It Cost To Build A Koi Pond?

The cost to build a koi pond is anywhere from a couple of hundred dollars to tens of thousands. You can DIY a cheap koi pond that’s basically a hole in the ground for maybe $500. A natural-looking, quality koi pond can go from $9,000 to $100,000 plus.

Cheap koi pond (above) vs Quality koi pond (below)

The way we build koi ponds and how DIYers do it is very different. This is one of the reasons why it costs more. We have engineers who are experts at putting together ponds, from the inner workings of the plumbing to placing the rocks.

The Cost Of An Average Koi Pond

The average koi pond costs about $9,000. This is for a quality, low-maintenance koi pond that looks natural and beautiful. The price includes labor, rocks, gravel, liner, and filters. It usually increases because new pond owners add in extras like fish, plants, LED lights, or more.

All of the different parts of a koi pond come together as an ecosystem pond. They’re low maintenance because the ecosystem we build helps keep the water clean and clear. The different parts work together like clockwork.
Large koi ponds can start at around $20,000 and go as high as you want. They can start at about 15 by 20 feet wide, have a stream, and hold around 2,500 gallons of water. Plus, they usually have more design features.

Price Of A Large Koi Pond

There’s no real rhyme or reason to this pond waterfall design. The rocks are bigger and have a more jagged character. They resemble how nature eroded them away. The result is a more unique waterfall crashing into your pond.

3. Multiple Drop Waterfalls

More drops mean more visual and auditory interest!

You can go all sheet, all natural, or combine the two with multiple drop pond waterfall designs. This creates more area between the waterfall and the pond. There may be a slight twist or a turn too.

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“These are some nice looking waterfalls,” says Matt. Christina nods. “They are, and I’m excited to get one! Let’s see what else we can find on this blog.”

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