Do you have an artificial or natural lake, pond, or other body of water on your property? While beautiful and peaceful, these slow-moving bodies of water have the potential to cause a lot of disruption, which we’ll discuss below. One way to solve this is to use aeration pumps for lakes or ponds.
Benefits of Aeration Pumps
There are many benefits for both your property and family in utilizing aeration pumps for bodies of water you may have. These are just a few of the largest, most common benefits associated with these pumps. Note this list is not all inclusive, and there may be additional benefits based on individual situations.
· Keeps water moving and filtering, which reduces or does away with the risk that water will become stagnant
· Aerator pumps introduce oxygen into the water, which initiates a natural cleaning process that negates the spawning of harmful bacteria
· Oxygenated water is better for both marine animals and plant life, which assists in the local underwater ecosystem
· Moving water is less likely to attract bugs like mosquitoes, which can pose a human health hazard
· Moving water does not produce a thick film of algae, which makes water more visually appealing
· Gets rid of stagnant water smells
· Attracts more wildlife, which is drawn to moving water this can include deer, rabbits, wild cats, etc. This assists in the local ecosystem.
· For those who own a public piece of property, there is also the benefit of attracting more human visitors to your lake
· You will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of your lake or pond
It’s highly recommended that you not only get an aeration pump for your body of water, but also hire a company that can assist in maintaining is. This ensures your investment will be well taken care of, and will last for many years to come.