Imagine yourself immersed in the sights and sounds of nature. Your eyes following the sunlight as it dances off the reflections on the water. You watch the butterflies flutter past as you drift farther, your worries washed away by the sounds of the water cascading over the falls. Fall in love with the tranquility of a Premium Aquascapes Water Garden.

Contact Details

  City New Milford, NJ
  Zip Code 07646
  Address 549 Ryeside Avenue
  Phone Number (201) 262-7935

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A Pondless® Waterfall is simply a re-circulating disappearing waterfall that does not require a pond. They are ideal for gardens or patios. Fountainscapes are small self-contained decorative landscape fountains. They are available in many shapes, forms and sizes including: bubbling urns, self contained patio fountains and bubbling rocks. Fountainscapes are easy to maintain and a beautiful addition to your garden.

The Team at Premium Aquascapes located in Bergenfield NJ is here to provide Pond & Water Feature Installation, Maintenance & Repair services to everyone in Northern New Jersey and surrounding areas. We specialize in the Design and Construction & maintenance of Eco System Ponds, Pondless Waterfalls and Streams, Fountain Scapes and RainXchange Systems. With over 28 years experience in the Landscape & Water Gardening Industry in Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Union, Hudson, & Morris Counties).

Our Installation team has many years of experience between them, which means we can provide the best service to upgrade your yard and lawn. We use only the best quality plants and sod available in our area so we know you won't have any issues once your new yard is complete. We are a Paver Contractor that specializes in installing patios and walkways, as well as other premium hardscapes. No matter whether the job is a small walkway or an entire patio with a fire pit, you can be sure we will do the job right!

We offer winter pond maintenance, and pond cleaning service so your pond can enter ready for winter. Simply removing your pond's excess debris and adding Aquascape Activated Pond Carbon should set you up for the winter. If you live in the north, you may begin to see ice formation instead. This is what some of us in Northern NJ will see, and we'll spend the next few months longingly viewing our ponds from indoors. During these frosty months, we recommend shutting your pond pump down. To shut your pond down, first unplug the pump, pull it out of the skimmer, and store it in in the bottom of the pond to keep the seals from drying out.

This information will help us to accurately calculate travel distance for our service technicians, and your uploaded photos will allow us to accurately judge pricing for services without scheduling a consultation visit.

With so many self proclaimed "experts" on the internet now a days it is hard to tell what information about pond building, pond maintenance, plants, KOI, etc. is accurate. We have listed some of the most common questions our Pond Contractor friends have heard on a daily basis all across the globe, in hopes that you will find the answers you seek. While some may disagree with our pond filtration and natural ecosystem approach to building ponds, we have thousands of "proof of concept" examples across the country where our customers are enjoying a low maintenance Water Garden lifestyle the way Mother Nature intended it to be.

Get your feet wet with this 5' x 6' x 18 deep pond, perfect for keeping a few fancy goldfish. This entry level pond comes with a 1' high waterfall & everything you need for a low maintenance ecosystem pond. Package includes; complete 5' x 6' pond, fish cave, LED lighting, 1 piece of ornamental wood, 1 small feeding/interaction rock slab & 3' stream extension. This 10' x 14' water garden with a 2' foot high cascade waterfall is the perfect size for the serious water garden enthusiast who wants to take the plunge into water gardening.

Pond netting is sometimes needed when excessive leaves have the potential of making their way into the pond. If your pond is in the direct vicinity of large trees then you will want to consider netting your pond. In the Northern New Jersey area this needs to be done before the first frost or usually sometime in September. Fall netting is an easy process. A net is stretched across the pond and anchored with rocks and/or pins. It is best not to have the net resting on the water surface since it will be difficult to remove with all the debris on it.