This week we took an order for a custom design water feature. A new restaurant wedding event venue is opening in Martinsburg WV. They contacted us a couple weeks ago to talk to us about designing a custom water feature, they sent us a few pictures and we discussed different options. Since the room is kind of dark for their evening events and they want it to remain low light to give it a romantic feel we decided on three brightly lit vase urn fountains. Each will be spaced about 15 feet apart with interior lights and uplighting. We are also adding fire glass on the grate system instead of rocks, we will be putting a bright light inside the fountain basin shining up through the fire glass, that will give the fire glass a nice warm glow. This will give the room a stunning focal point with the reflective motion of the water plus the soft sound of flowing water. Romance is in the air!
This weeks water feature question came to us from Florida. We have a customer that ordered one of our basalt bird bath fountains. During the conversation she mentioned she had a very old urn made by her Grandfather. She wanted to repurpose it to be used as a fountain. She sent me the measurements and a few more pictures and we were able to send her the needed items to make this family heirloom into a urn fountain. We have done this many times. We have the experience to repurpose just about anything into a fountain. Plus we are here to help you after you receive your items. With over 20 years experience in designing, making and installing water features we are able to help with any fountain project.
Hi I'm Kenny the guy you see in all the videos. I was raised on a farm a long the banks of the beautiful Shenandoah River in Virginia. I have always had my hands in water.