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Algae Control

Pond & Water Feature Green Algae & String Algae Control

Serving Austin, Hays & Travis County, Texas-TX

Pond & Water Feature Algae Control

If you're looking for water feature algae control, or string algae solutions, for your Austin, Hays & Travis County, Texas & surrounding areas pond or water feature, you're in the right spot. Stonebridge Pond & Waterfall Co. has the experience needed to help you with the "Green Monster" in your water feature, as well as provide whatever maintenance or services needed, to keep your newly upgraded water feature running, and looking it's best and algae free all season. Ask us about our "Automatic Water Treatment Dosing System"

As long as you remember, "There is no such thing as an algae free pond", you will have a better grasp on the subject when dealing with pond cleaning in the spring or fall.

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What Causes "The Green Monster" ?

Pond algae is unsightly to most of our Austin, Hays & Travis County, Texas area pond owners. Some people actually like some forms of algae, like "String Algae". Some say that if string algae is present, the water quality in your water feature is pristine. Finding a balanced growth of healthy algae in your pond or water feature is really quite easy. Once you have a general understanding of a few basic principles and water treatments, it can be brought under control.

As long as you remember, "There is no such thing as an algae free pond", you will have a better grasp on the subject, when dealing with pond cleaning, in the spring or fall.

Algae blooms occur when there is an excessive amount of nutrients in your pond or water features. Excessive nutrients definition breaks down into - " a nitrogen rich environment "