This Is The Cost Of A Pondless Waterfall That You’ll Love For Years

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Small pondless waterfall surrounded by plants

The average cost for a pondless waterfall is about $15,000. The cost range is much wider depending on a few different choices you’ll make.

Find the full cost range and more below-

Koi Ponds Are Too Much

“Yeah we don’t really have the room for the one we want, do we?” asks Matt.

Christina shakes her head. “We don’t, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a water feature! It does mean we’ll need to start researching again. Didn’t we come across pondless water features? I wonder what the cost of a pondless waterfall is?”

Matt’s eyes brighten. “Yeah, we did! And we don’t know but I’m sure we can find answers on Google. Let’s see if we can find pricing on a local contractor’s website. We might even find some waterfall ideas we like.”

Christina shrugs. “Good luck with that. I doubt any contractor has pricing on their site for whatever reason. It’s a pretty good idea to show people your prices.”

The couple gets their phones out and starts looking. Here’s what they discover:

Pondless Waterfall Costs

The cost of a pondless waterfall can range from $9,000 to $60,000. It depends on the size, features, and any additions you choose. Pondless water features need virtually no maintenance, which means you won’t have to pay someone to do it as often as a pond.

Cost Factors For Pondless Waterfalls

Size is a pretty regular cost factor for home projects. Larger projects cost more because it takes more time, materials, and labor.

Features are fun but they add to the cost of a pondless waterfall. Some features include choosing between a gravel or water basin for the end of the waterfall, having a stream or not, and more.

Pondless feature with lights

Additions are even more fun than choosing the features! You can choose to add lights (underwater and around your feature), aquatic plants, landscaping, logs, and more.

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“That $60,000 water feature must be AMAZING,” says Christina. Matt nods. “If it’s nice enough we might invest that much in our backyard haha. But before we get into that, let’s see what else this blog has on pondless waterfalls.”