For all of you prospective or current fountain owners, it’s important to know that a little bit of care can go a long way when it comes to you, and your fountain’s long term heath. This article on an outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease is a good real-life demonstration on the importance of the necessity of being hygienic with any water-using furniture you may have in your home.
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It may come as no big surprise that water is an important component of a water fountain. It may come as some sort of surprise that there are wrong ways to manage your fountain water. That is right. Water fountains are part decoration and part machine. While it is easy to focus on them for decorative purposes, it is important to remember that almost any machine has its own way it should be operated if you want to keep it working for a long time. After all, fountain owners ought to want to keep their pumps healthy so they can continue to enjoy their investment.
When you look at a picture of an indoor fountain, you would like to imagine the gentle trickle of water and the light playing off the water’s surface. No one wants a fountain full off mineral deposits or algae, or a fountain that smells bad. Proper indoor fountain care is crucial towards keeping your fountain a beautiful centerpiece rather than an eyesore. Caring for your indoor fountain is easy and takes very little preparation.