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What to Do with an Inherited or Purchased Pond

If you’ve purchased or inherited a pond, congratulations! One of the features that can make property so valuable is the addition of water features and ponds. Unfortunately, if you have no experience with pond maintenance or know the pond’s history, it can be difficult to understand its true condition until you do a proper […]

The Importance of Keeping Your Pond Clean

Ponds are popular water features on all kinds of properties, from business campuses to personal homes to game and wildlife parks. They can have a variety of purposes relative to where they’re located, but one thing that most people want and expect out of their ponds is to enjoy a view of nice, clean, […]

The Most Overlooked Feature!!

Want to drastically improve the beauty of a park, garden, or field? There’s perhaps no better addition than a decorative or recreational pond to add appeal and recreation to any outdoor space. But it’s not as simple as digging a hole in the ground and adding water. There are important laws and conditions to […]

What to Consider When Planning for Pond Construction

Want to drastically improve the beauty of a park, garden, or field? There’s perhaps no better addition than a decorative or recreational pond to add appeal and recreation to any outdoor space. But it’s not as simple as digging a hole in the ground and adding water. There are important laws and conditions to consider […]

Pond Muck and How to Get Rid of It

The deep bottom of nearly every small body of water is what could be called the ‘septic tank’ of the pond. The formula of nastiness that collects there is called pond muck and is the result of water runoff, natural decay, and fish living in the water. Reducing this pond muck is the first […]

Four Types of Ponds That Require Proper Maintenance

Natural waterways have cycles and flow in a manner that keeps them in proper balance for the fish and waterfowl that inhabit them. Man-made ponds, on the other hand, require proper planning and maintenance to maintain that balance lest runoff from storms flood out of the pond and fill it with sediment, become dry […]

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3 Steps to Creating a Healthy Life Cycle in Your Pond

In a previous blog, we mentioned that ponds go through life cycles, whether they are manmade or natural. Ponds age and change as the environment changes and these environments can change very quickly if not carefully maintained. Apart from consulting with a professional like Organic Sediment Removal Systems, here are some do’s and don’ts […]

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    Will My Fish Survive the Cold: How to Care for Your Fish Pond in the Winter

Will My Fish Survive the Cold: How to Care for Your Fish Pond in the Winter

Keeping your fish alive and thriving during the winter requires a watchful eye, but it’s not difficult and doesn’t take a lot of your time. Here are the main factors you need to take into consideration if you’d like to keep your fish happy this winter.
Plan Ahead and Feed Accordingly
Keeping those fish belly’s happy […]

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4 Fall Pond Care Tips

Keeping a pond looking its very best requires year-round care and maintenance. Fortunately, your team at Organic Sediment Removal Services knows exactly what how to keep your pond pristine. Here are some tips for keeping your pond in shape during the Fall.
Clear The Surface
While the changing colors and falling leaves look beautiful, they can […]

3 Springtime Pond Care Tips

To keep a pond looking its best requires year-round care and maintenance. Fortunately, your team at Organic Sediment Removal Services knows exactly what to do. Here are some tips for keeping your pond in shape during the Spring time, when you start preparing it for peak season.
Un-Winterize
If you’ve taken the proper steps for the […]

How Our Pond Cleaning Services
Naturally Renew Your Pond

  • Restoring ponds to their original bottom without disturbing existing aquatic life.
  • Removing bottom sediments without damage to the existing landscape.
  • Dramatically reducing weed and algae problems.
  • Greatly increasing water quality for a healthy environment.
  • Expanding living space for your fish.
  • Costing up to 75% less than conventional dredging.