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Know of a retail preformed liner with a deeper end?

Posted by albert_135 Sunset 2 or 3 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 29, 13 at 11:58

The preformed pond liners at Lowe's et. al. are rather shallow.

Do you know of a retail pond liner that has a deeper end?


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RE: Know of a retail preformed liner with a deeper end?

Think our preform pond has a couple levels/shelves (I put the plant pots there) & the deepest is about 2 ft. & the ledges about a foot from the top). We got ours several years ago from HomeDepot & it has held up rather well sunk in the ground. Our son used the heavy waterbed liners & made a nice in-ground pond with several ledges,l & a deeper center as well as a waterfall & 'stream' running down from the pump/filter hidden behnd rocks. It has held up very well & very inexpensive.


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RE: Know of a retail preformed liner with a deeper end?

Check out Preformed Fiberglass pond liners and forms. The larger, deeper ones seem to be better with fiberglass. They are not cheap, though.


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RE: Know of a retail preformed liner with a deeper end?

vieja , you were correct. Home Depot had a deeper one. We were parked near the gardening center, went past the pond liner to go deeper into the store for something else. Planned to buy the pond liner on our way out and it was gone. Someone else just purchased it.

Home Depot's website shows no more.


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RE: Know of a retail preformed liner with a deeper end?

vieja , you were correct. Home Depot had a deeper one. We were parked near the gardening center, went past the pond liner to go elsewhere in the store for something. Planned to buy the pond liner on our way out and it was gone. Someone else just purchased it.

Home Depot's website shows no more.

This post was edited by albert_135 on Mon, Apr 8, 13 at 16:57


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