Fountain cleaning mostly involves washing gunk and debris out of the fountain itself. As part of how to clean a garden fountain, it’s best to make sure the pump and motor are clean and working properly as well. It’s also ideal for maintaining any lights and doing an overall inspection. Garden fountains are best when clean and working wonderfully.
You can see the action of how to clean a garden fountain as we do it for a client in Olney, Maryland.
“Looks like it’s time to make the call again,” Danielle sighs into the frosty morning air.
“What a way to end a perfectly nice morning walk.” she continues. “Sure, it could be worse, I mean, at least it’s still working. Just wish someone had noticed it earlier.”
Danielle sweeps some of the wet leaves away with her hand to get a better look at the bottom. “Uggh, filthy,” she says in disgust.
However much time, it’s been too long. Danielle’s garden fountain is full of leaves, debris, and gunk. It makes the plants she put in there look dead too.
Danielle is not going to continue letting her usually beautiful fountain be a blemish on her backyard.
“It probably needs a deep cleaning since I can’t remember the last time it was cleaned,” she thinks huffily. “Guess I’d better call in some pros.”
Danielle remembers one of her friends talking about Premier Ponds. They cleaned her fountain and pond and did a fantastic job. Maybe she should give them a call too…
After contacting and talking to Premier Ponds, Danielle decides to hire them to clean her garden fountain.