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Our pond kits provide all the components needed to transform your outdoor living space. Our low maintenance systems are designed for a do-it-yourself approach to creating a clean and healthy pond. Select from our variety of brands based upon your application and personal preferences.
Liner Size (30’ x 35’) to (50’ x 80)’ Up to 10,000 gph
Selecting a Kit Size
How to choose your ideal kit size. Consider your desired length, width, & depth of your pond to determine the pond liner size. Select the kit size that is within range of what liner size you need. Once you choose the kit size, you will ﬁnd a selection of pond kits. Each kit has a unique combination in waterfall width, skimmer size, and pump ﬂow rate.
Liner size translated to finished pond size is easy to calculate. Consider the depth plus 6” lip on each side. A 10x10 liner will result in a 6x6 water garden.
Water gardens are most commonly 1.5’ deep, while koi ponds should be at least 3 feet deep to protect fish from freezing during the winter months.
Savio Signature Kits: Best in class large pond kits. Most options / best features for lowest maintenance. Features the Living Ponds F100 and standard Savio Skimmers with patented UV system.
Savio Select Kits: Best in class small kits, featuring compact Savio Skimmer filter with patented UV system.
Simply Ponds Kits: Entry level kits for the budget conscious homeowner. Allows for future expansion as your love for water gardens and koi ponds grow.
Pond Builder Kits: aMade with skimmers that include faux rock lids for the skimmers and traditional up flow biofilter waterfalls.
Complete Pond Kits: Hybrid kit mixing Savio, Anjon and Pond-builder products for even more variety.
Frequently Asked Questions
EPDM vs. PVC
Which pond liner is best for you?
45 Mil. EPDM Pond Liner
Adapts readily to a variety of applications
Remains flexible in extreme temperatures
Contains no plasticizers that can crack and split
Readily accepts pipe and hose penetrations
Certified fish and wildlife safe
25 year warranty
20 mil PVC Pond Liner
Protect PVC liner from direct UV exposure
Adapts readily to pond and pondless waterfalls
Attaches easily to waterfalls, weirs and skimmers
Certified fish and wildlife safe
5 year warranty
What size liner do I need?
The formula for sizing a pond liner is:
POND LENGTH + (2 TIMES DEPTH) + 2' = LINER LENGTH
POND WIDTH + (2 TIMES DEPTH) + 2'= LINER WIDTH
A 12' long, 7' wide and 3' deep pond is...
12' + (2 * 3) +2' = 20' Long
7' + (2 * 3) + 2' = 15' Wide
How many gallons is my pond?
The formula for determining the number of gallons is: FOR SQUARE AND RECTANGULAR PONDS
Length * Width * Depth * 7.5 = Gallons
The biggest contributors to pond liners failing are poor, unstable soil conditions and rips and tears from rocks and boulders. Shifting soil creates pockets and voids under your pond liner, forcing it to stretch under the weight of the water. Rocks and boulders placed on and around your water feature create aesthetically pleasing visual focal points. They can also penetrate, tear and harm your liner.
Underlayment adds an extra layer of protection between pond liner and rocky or unstable soils. It stabilizes soil to prevent air voids from forming between the liner and earth; reduces wear and abrasion from rocks and roots and extends the life of pond liner.
Step by Step Support
Here at Half Off Ponds, we strive to make to work hard, so that it is easy for our customers to shop our store. We also provide tutorials and instructions for when you may need assistance. Repairing pond liner and running pipe through liner can be a little complicated, if you have never done it before. Check out our tutorial page for more information.
In order to have a healthy, beautiful pond, you need to make sure your pond is receiving enough oxygen. Aeration is the infusion of oxygen and it is essential component to the overall life of your pond.