4 Easy Maintenance Tips for Your Wall Water Fountain

Indoor waterfalls have become quite a hot trend these days. Found in corporate offices, lobbies, hotels, and now even in residential apartments, they instantly add value and beauty to your surroundings. This unique water feature serves as a piece of distinguished art in itself and could be the perfect addition to your premises. Also, they act as natural humidifiers, adding moisture to a dry room and helps in improving the air quality. Other than this, the sound of the waterfall has known to reduce stress,bringing relaxation to your environment, and acting as a natural sleeping aid.

Coming with numerous benefits comes a great level of maintenance. Indoor fountains come in many styles and varieties based on materials and sizes. However, each type of indoor waterfall demands a different level of maintenance. For instance, talking about a wall water fountain isn’t exposed to harsh weather conditions and requires only little effort. Here are some easy tips to upkeep your wall water fountains-

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The right level of water

The most important thing that you should do first when getting the fountain is to fill it with the right level of the water as recommended by its manufacturer so that the pump is completely submerged in the water. All that is required is your regular attention. Since the water tends to evaporate quickly, you have to keep pouring in the desired amount of water when required to ensure the smooth functioning of the water pump.

Keep the water running 24/7

Many people turn off their wall water fountains to save their energy bills, but they don’t realize that water is meant to be in constant motion to stop it from getting stagnant and protect it from building up of debris and algae. Moreover, keeping the fountains running continuously actually prolongs the pump’s life instead of turning it on and off now and then. A pump can last 2-3 years if taken care of properly.

Cleanliness is the key.

Keeping the fountain clean on the outside will not do any good if it is not duly cleaned from the inside. You obviously don’t want to land up with a huge algae population in the water tank by turning a blind eye to its clean-up process. All you need to do is turn the fountain off and empty the water of the basin. Wipe the edges and gently clean the inside of the basin with fresh water and a non-abrasive sponge. You can use a glass cleaner; your wall fountain has a glass face.

Use water treatment products.

Typically, using distilled water is the best way to prevent the build-up of algae in wall fountains. However, with large-scale fountains installed on your premises, filling up the huge tank with distilled water gets practically challenging. In such a case, you can try using water treatment products like Algae Control. Using such products regularly will keep the water fresh and clean and the water safe for wildlife.

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