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Heater For The Fish Pond

  • K&H Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer

    4.4

    (54 Reviews)

    …that prevents damage to fish and rubber EPDM pond liners. Using only 100 watts and the internal thermostatic control this de-icer will only run as often as needed to maintain a 12 hole in the ice around the unit to save on energy costs even in sub-zero weather. Ideal for ponds up to 1000 gallons the…
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    $53.99
  • CrystalClear PondAir & Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-Icer Combos

    4.3

    (15 Reviews)

    …Your Pond * Energy Efficient Design for 24−7 Use * Vent Harmful Gases all Winter Long * Boulder Rock Protects Equipment From Weather The CrystalClear PondAir Aeration Kit & Thermo-Pond de-icer combo gives your pond the one-two punch it needs to vent harmful gases keep your fish safe and…
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    $104.98 - 178.97
  • Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer

    5.0

    (26 Reviews)

    …the surface of your pond allowing harmful gases to escape. The Farm Innovators Floating Pond Deicer is thermostatically controlled and turns on only when temperatures drop below 35°F. The Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer comes with a 10' power cord and is safe for rubber and plastic liners.…
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    $49.99
  • K&H Thermo-Pond Perfect Climate Deluxe Pond De-Icer

    4.3

    (42 Reviews)

    …One Convenient De-icer * Safe in All Ponds and Will Not Harm Pond Liners * Easy to Maintain and Clean * 12 Foot Power Cord 2-Year Warranty Keep your pond ice-free and your fish safe this winter with the Perfect Climate De-Icer. K&H de-icers won't harm pond liners and can be used as a floating…
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    $46.99 - 57.99
  • Aquascape Smart Pond Thermometer

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …Tablet * Alerts for Safe Fish Feeding & Water Treatment Changes Managing your water garden or koi pond has never been easier during the changing seasons. Eliminate guessing when the best time to switch the type of fish food and water treatments or when to begin using a pond de-icer by installing…
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    $63.99 - 79.99
  • …use your de-icer when really necessary. Pond Heaters Versus De-Icers Unless you house warm water fish like Plecostomus in your water garden you will not need a pond heater to warm the water. Most pond fish including koi and goldfish will overwinter in your pond as long as the depth is at least 18.…
    …home for the winter is the better bet. Also consider the type of fish in your pond. Just as with plants some fish species can be hardy in some climates and not in others. An Oranda for instance might do just fine overwintering in a pond in Orlando Fla. but up in Fargo N.D. that same fish would…
    …Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-Icer is not a heater but is designed to maintain an open hole in the ice to allow for gas exchange. Heaters are more frequently used in aquariums particularly those that house warm-water fish like Tetras Danios or Angelfish. In your pond the fish will overwinter just fine without…
    …your fish and filtration system goes dormant for the winter the organic debris will continue to decompose and release gas into the water column. When ice is formed completely over the pond the gasses become trapped replacing the oxygen and leading to a fatal situation for your fish. Heaters and…
    …much filtration your fish need give us a call! Beneficial Bacteria – Natural treatments for a balanced pond. Using natural treatments such as those found in the The Pond Guy DefensePAC aid in keeping your pond balanced and happy. The DefensePAC is designed to keep a pond's ecosystem perfectly…
    …as The Pond Guy Pond Aerator in the shallow area of your pond. If you already have an aeration kit installed simply relocate air stones or diffusers to the shallower part of the pond. This will leave an undisturbed area at the bottom of your pond for your fish to gather for the winter. For added…
    …stress for you – and your fish – in the long run. Before you decide to run or shut down your water garden for winter here are a few points to consider. * Ice Dams: In northern climates with near- or sub-freezing conditions ice can develop and cause water to be redirected out of the pond.
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