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Leak Detection & Repair

Fish Pond, Water Garden, Waterfall, Repair & Maintenance Service Contractor

Serving Austin, Hays & Travis County, Texas-TX

Pond & Water Feature Repairs

If you're looking for water feature repair service for your Austin, Hays & Travis County, Texas area pond or water feature, you're in the right spot. Stonebridge Pond & Waterfall Co. is a Qualified repair Contractor and has the experience needed to help you fix your water feature, or provide whatever maintenance or services needed, to keep your water feature running, and looking it's best all season. We at Stonebridge realize the potential for unforeseen circumstances surrounding the water feature in your yards. We know the importance of adding more time for enjoyment and of having an inviting yard for entertaining, playtime and relaxation. If you live in the Austin, Hays & Travis County, Texas surrounding areas, we hope you’ll give us the opportunity to work with you when your water features need repairs, so it keeps you living the worry free water feature lifestyle.

Your Backyard Called!

It Said It Needs A Major Upgrade!

Your business would mean the world to us! We are family run, and proudly pay our employees a living wage. It is an honor to have the opportunity to create beauty for a living. Thank you for supporting our family business.

Have An Annoying Leak?

Stone Bridge Pond & Waterfall Co., in Austin, Hays & Travis County, TX, uses a fairly consistent troubleshooting methodology to narrow down the source of your leak as quickly as possible.

We start with the most likely suspects, such as leaky plumbing connections, skimmer and filter leaks, improperly formed waterfalls, and especially around the edges of your pond.

Your safety concerns about loose rocks that have fallen in your pond may create holes when they land on the bottom, or dirt back-filled around low liner edges might have settled with time.