Prentice-Surbrugg Refurbish (2017)

Here is a list of the items we refurbished on this pond that we originally installed in 2008

 Pond & Flagstone Refurbish           

  • Remove existing flagstone steppers and cobble stone
    • Use some for the floating steppers
  • Build new walls with thinner flagstone.
    • 6 pallets of Colorado Buff Flagstone
    • Buff Breeze will be used in between the flagstone.
    • Also adding large moss boulders for a more robust and natural wall
    • Natural moss outcroppings
    • Concrete backfill
    • All stones hand cut and placed
  • Floating Buff Steppers to cross the pond
    • Includes concrete bases
  • Includes small flagstone sitting pad on East end of pond.

Moss Boulders – 26 additional ton

  • Placing boulders on the North end of the pond – to balance out the pond
  • Creating moss outcroppings around flagstone and North end of the pond
    • Create a better habitat for fish to hide
  • Concrete in some of the existing waterfall boulders

Suction Filtration System 

  • Using Stacked Slate Urns to return the water

Upgrade lighting System to LED Lights 

Project Photos

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Gregg Sawyer

Gregg is founder/partner of Sawyer Waterscaping in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He built his first pond in his parent's backyard at age 12 and has had a passion for designing and construction natural waterscapes ever since.

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