Fairly lightweight enough to be easily be moved and placed by most people. Comes with lighting for nighttime enjoyment. Solid and easy to set up. Pump has good pressure and provides a steady water flow. Holds the water well without splashing onto surrounding patio or deck areas. Works well for a porch.
Advertised as made from stone, but it is actually made from a composite product called Envirostone for the look of real stone without the weight.
A beautiful traditional fountain look. Made from resin and fiberglass to withstand the weather. Easy for two people to put together. Very soothing sound and appearance. A great choice if you are looking for a smaller fountain. Sits 34" high. Includes the pump.
The pump can overflow if running too high, but can be adjusted to a lower setting.
It floats on the water and is powered by the sun. Set it and forget it. Fun for a lot of water applications.Can work even if the sun is not bright. Includes attachments for the bottom if you do not want it to float. Does not need electricity, batteries, or wires. Safe for fish, birds, and humans.
Plastic parts might not hold up well through winter weather and will need to be brought indoors for storage.
Made of a poly resin that holds up well in the weather. Just under 2' high. Easy to install. Includes pump. Water flow is adjustable. Great for pond areas or to add movement in flowerbeds. Includes internal water storage.
This fountain does not have an on/off switch. It will run as long as it is plugged in.
Very natural-looking. Over 3' feet high. Includes lighting. Looks very nice in a natural setting. Holds water well and does not tend to splash. Easy setup – just attach the pump, add water and plug in. Made from fiberglass. Can also sit on a deck.
The lights on this fountain do not change colors.
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Outdoor fountains are a beautiful focal point that add serenity to your living space. If you are considering one, you have a lot to think about. Style is your primary concern. You want a fountain that is pleasing to your eye and fits in with the other elements in your yard (and doesn't soak the surrounding area). You'll also want to consider how your fountain will be powered – solar power is nice, but require ample sunlight. The toughest decision is choosing what material you want your fountain to be made out of. Your options range from the heaviness and design limitations of natural stone to the lightness and flexibility of fiberglass. You'll need to research each option to find the best solution for your particular needs.
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