by Lee Wyatt
(last updated December 18, 2017)
Have you ever noticed how the water in some water features becomes murky and disgusting over time? Part of the reason that this happens is that the water feature does not have some kind of an aerator installed. The main purposes of an aerator are to help infuse oxygen into the water, and to also help circulate the water itself. Because of these reasons, installing water aerators for water features is almost a necessary step when installing water features. Luckily, this is a piece of equipment that anyone can install with little or no experience at all. Just follow these simple steps.
Keep in mind that the steps listed here are designed for a pond type of water feature. That means that, while similar in nature, not all of the steps will be applicable to all water features. The simplest way to determine whether or not your aerator will work for your water feature is to read the instruction manual that the manufacturer provided.
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