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Skimmer Box

  • The Pond Guy® ClearSkim™ 7” Skimmer


    (5 reviews)

    …Pump The Pond Guy ClearSkim 7 Skimmer provides mechanical filtration to fit your pond! The ClearSkim Filter Skimmer removes debris before it can settle to the bottom of your pond. The two stage mechanical filtration includes a filter mat and debris net. The pond skimmer houses and protects your pump…
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  • Savio Standard Skimmerfilter™


    (3 reviews)

    …Three Types of Filtration Savio Skimmerfilter combines 3 types of filtration to become the hardest working skimmer in the pond industry. The rigid removable leaf basket simplifies skimmer clean out and protects your pump from harmful solid debris. The easy to remove filter media tray provides…
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  • Blue Thumb Elite Skimmers (formerly PondBuilder™)


    (2 reviews)

    …Series Skimmers provide mechanical filtration to fit your large pond with three different sizes available! The Elite Series Skimmers skim away debris before it can settle to the bottom of your pond. The two stage mechanical filtration includes a debris net and a filter mat. The Elite Series Skimmers
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    $314.99 - 629.99
  • Atlantic® Big Bahama Pro Series Skimmers


    (1 reviews)

    …Provides Maximum Mechanical Filtration * Net With Stainless Steel Frame For Large Debris * Ultimate In Durability Atlantic Big Bahama Pro Series Skimmers offer just what you need for all of your pond projects. With ample pre-filtration options auto fill capacity complete freedom in plumbing location…
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    $384.99 - 714.99
  • Aquascape® Automatic Dosing System for Ponds

    …An output hose holder secures a 6' clear discharge tube to plumbing or other round surfaces when dispensing treatment directly into the pond or skimmer box. The dosing system control panel and electronics are epoxy sealed to prevent damage from rain and the elements. The sturdy canister that holds…
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  • Aquascape® Medium 11' x 16' Pond Kit w/AquaSurge® Pro Pump

    …The included low-maintenance pond equipment allows you to spend more time enjoying your pond. The kit features a biological waterfall box and a mechanical skimmer filter to remove debris from the water. An Automatic Dosing System automatically adds water treatments to the pond when needed. Also…
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  • Aquascape® DIY Backyard Pond Kit 6' x 8'

    …imagination. Signature Series™ 200 Pond Skimmer • Collects Surface Debris to Reduce Maintenance • Pre-Filters Water & Protects Waterfall Pump • Features 6 Weir Removeable Left & Debris Net The Aquascape Signature Series 200 Pond Skimmer is equipped with a 6 wide weir for…
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  • …excavate an area for your skimmer box. Keep in mind that you will want the skimmer opening to be about 1 above water level. Step 4: Install Skimmer & Pump Tamp and level the soil then place the skimmer. Push the tubing through the grommet and into the skimmer. Assemble the check valve assembly…
    …the opening of the skimmer. Next pump the water out of the skimmer box. While it is not necessary to remove skimmers or waterfall boxes from the pond water should be drained from them to prevent cracking from freezing and thawing the ice. For ponds that do not contain skimmers it is not necessary…
    …the AllClear™ G2 to keep your filter stable and help camouflage it. * Skimmer Boxes: If your pond gets a lot of leaves or you have a high-volume pump you want to hide skimmers are a practical option. Elite Skimmers can filter up to 10000 gallons and are compatible with pumps up to 20000 GPH.…
    …applying the proper fertilizer to individual plants will provide more foliage and beautiful blooms. Filter Media Filters and nets in your skimmer box should be cleaned as needed so they do not get clogged with debris. Waterfall filters should only be cleaned when absolutely necessary. These…
    …all your connections for any that are loose and dripping or too tight and replace them if needed. Next take a closer look at your waterfall and skimmer boxes for cracks. Take this time to also double check that the liner is properly attached. The last place to look is your stream. Rocks shift over…