New Pond Build & Final Part 5.

See my website: diypondfilters.com for details. This is the last in the pond build videos, so hope you enjoyed what I've done. Thank you all for your support. Very much appreciated. Thank you.

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See my website: diypondfilters.com for details. This is the last in the pond build videos, so hope you enjoyed what I've done. Thank you all for your support. Very much appreciated. Thank you.

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TheJonnyjj
TheJonnyjj - 2 years ago
Hey, been watching your videos over and over again figuring how you've done it. How do you fix your liner when you build the retaining brick walls around the outside of the pond? do you fold them into gap and brick over? and what is best place to buy the bits and pieces that you would recommend? Thank you!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi, There is no gap between the bricks as this is filled in with cement to give the wall added strength. The liner is fitted under the top copings. The liner is cut back so it only covers half of the top of the wall and then the copings are laid on top. hope this helps. Terry.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Kim, Thank you. Terry.
Matthew Crisford
Matthew Crisford - 2 years ago
Brilliant I love it looks beautiful
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Matthew, thank you. very much appreciated. Terry.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Jena, Thank you for your kind comments. Glad you like the pond. Terry.
debbie lovescrafting
debbie lovescrafting - 2 years ago
Wow it’s beautiful... you did a fantastic job on it
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Debbie, Thank you. Very much appreciated. Glad you like it. Terry.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Thank you for your kind comment. Very much appreciated. Terry.
Rush Singh
Rush Singh - 2 years ago
Amazing. Honestly. Great job
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Rush and thank you. Very much appreciated. Terry.
waterchildtera
waterchildtera - 2 years ago
Top notch
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Thank you. Terry.
JPW Outdoors
JPW Outdoors - 2 years ago
Thats a belting pond. Ill be starting mine soon and ill make sure to watch the rest of your videos for some advice
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Mate, Thank you. Drop me an email if you need help. pondfilters@gmail.com I'll help if I can. Good luck with the build. Terry.

10. comment for New Pond Build & Final Part 5.

Harry Welch
Harry Welch - 2 years ago
How do you stop the herons eating your fish in your pond, do you cover it over in the night ?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
The Nexus are good systems, that's why I based my design on the nexus. Before you spend any money, check out how the nexus works and then check out how my filter systems work that you build yourself at a quarter of the cost. Check out diypondfilters.com Terry.
Harry Welch
Harry Welch - 2 years ago
Thanks for your reply, your pond looks just Fab. What is your expert advice on the Nexus 320 pond filter ie is it worth the money?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
Hi Harry, I have a net I put around the pond that only takes a minute to put up. You can see it in this video https://youtu.be/9aTVnv4zMK4
max baker
max baker - 2 years ago
Could I have some of your fry
Wrighty
Wrighty - 2 years ago
If they spawn again I will save you some. Terry.
JAY ILLUMINATI
JAY ILLUMINATI - 3 years ago
wow absolutely amazing work there pal loved every video building up to finish any advice were to get some koi for my pond ty
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Jay, Thank you, very much appreciated. Buying koi is a very personal thing. What I mean is, what is a lovely koi to someone might not have the same appeal to someone else. Your best bet is to do a bit of research here on YouTube about what to look for when buying koi. You don't have to travel miles to find good koi either. I got some great fish from my local koi shop that have really come on well. That's a lot of the fun with this hobby when your buying koi for your pond. There are so many places you can buy koi these days, it would be impossible to give one place. Have a good look round locally. You'll be surprised. Thanks, Terry.
Sam_Koi
Sam_Koi - 3 years ago
hey terry, what piping do you use for your air stone/pump? can i get it off ebay? appreciate it buddy, pond looks amazing!
Sam_Koi
Sam_Koi - 3 years ago
thank you sir.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Mate. Wow! now that's a good question. I think it's 6mm inside diameter. I got it from my local koi shop. I only run 8 inch air stones so that's all I use. I do use 15mm plastic pipe to run underground to the pond. Terry.
J Wang
J Wang - 3 years ago
Love your video, thank you for sharing!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Thank you for your kind comments, Terry
Brexit Monger
Brexit Monger - 3 years ago
Really beautiful pond. One can but dream! Great series of videos, thanks.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Thank you, very much appreciated. Terry.
Junella Hovatter
Junella Hovatter - 3 years ago
the finished pond is absolutely one of the best set ups I've seen beautiful an very well thought out as well as efficient awesome work looking forword to updates happy ponding
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Junella, Thank you for your kind comments. really appreciated. Terry.
Tin Nguyen
Tin Nguyen - 3 years ago
amazing!!!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Thank you. Terry.
Prince Leigh
Prince Leigh - 3 years ago
GREAT JOB FOR DOING MOST OF IT YOURSELF BUT, WHY DID YOU LEAVE THE LINER EXPOSED ON THE BOTTOM AND SIDES OF THE POND WITH NO OVERHEAD SHADE PROTECTION FROM THE SUN??? YOU DO REALIZE THAT'S WHY YOUR POND WILL ALWAYS HAVE A GREENISH TINT TO IT. THE ALGAE IS CLINGING TO THE BOTTOM AND SIDES OF THE BLACK POND LINER. IF YOU WOULD HAVE USED PEEBLES ON THE BOTTOM AND BUILT UP ROCKS ALONG THE SIDES WITH SOMETHING OVER TO DAMPANT THE SUNLIGHT FROM HITTING THR POND YOU'D AVOID THE ALGAE AND YOUR POND WOULDN'T HAVE A GREENISH TINT, IT'LL LOOK CRYSTAL CLEAR.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi, I wanted vertical sides to the pond as a precaution against herons. We don't use stone here in the UK to cover the liner as they do in the US. Terry.
Rob and Chris Sweet
Rob and Chris Sweet - 3 years ago
Absolutely beautiful. You have done an amazing job. Thank you for sharing all your tips along the way.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Rob & Chris, Thank you, very much appreciated. and your very welcome. Terry.

20. comment for New Pond Build & Final Part 5.

Josh Walker
Josh Walker - 3 years ago
hi Terry Where's best place to buy pond liners ? cheers josh
Josh Walker
Josh Walker - 3 years ago
Wrighty ok cheers Terry much appreciated also where did you get your air pump from aswell
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
No problem mate. Your flow will drop through what they call head pressure as mine has. Terry
Josh Walker
Josh Walker - 3 years ago
Wrighty ok mate sorry for all the questions just trying to learn, am I best getting a bigger pump to the amount of litres I've got ?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Josh, It drops quite a bit with going through a UV and pond heater plus pulling from the pond, also the bends and pipework. I would say I'm turning over with that 8000 lph pump about 6000 lph. Terry.
Josh Walker
Josh Walker - 3 years ago
Wrighty o ok thought your pond loomed bigger than that and so that works out then that your turning over the full amount of water I your pond every hour and half is that correct ? cheers josh
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Josh, The pump I use is a Mega SS20 http://www.absolute-koi.com/subcat1756.html
And my pond is 11365 ltr. Terry.
Josh Walker
Josh Walker - 3 years ago
Wrighty yeah think that's what I'll go with and how many litres is your pond and what pump do you use?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
I got the Firestone 1m rubber. Terry.
Josh Walker
Josh Walker - 3 years ago
Wrighty did you buy rubber or off? cheers josh
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Josh, I got mine on eBay. I think that's as good as any. The competition with suppliers is good on there. Terry.
robert boardman
robert boardman - 3 years ago
Watching again
Air in pond where those pipes going
Are they underground from the air pump in shed
Thanks
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Robert, Yes Mate.
soloman66
soloman66 - 3 years ago
Are your barrel filters still gravity returned?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi, The system can be built gravity fed or gravity return. Terry.
Carol Scott
Carol Scott - 3 years ago
Really enjoyed all 5 videos and I've learned a lot. I have gone thru them twice and I didn't hear how big your pond is. I will be doing mine in the spring and wondered the size of yours.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Carol, Thank you. Very much appreaciated. My pond is just over 2000 uk gallon. It's 15ft x 10ft x just under 4ft at the deep end. Thanks again, Terry.
JAMES GRIGALIS
JAMES GRIGALIS - 3 years ago
what do you do with your baby koi? would be interested in some like to have them from babies you see.
great build aswell didnt see the skimmer finished and working
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi James, I didn't take any of the eggs out this year so the koi would have eaten them. I did take some out last year and grew them. I gave a lot away and kept about 50 for myself, but herron got into the growing tank and got about 30 of them. I still have about 20 left but the herron got all the bigger nice coloured ones. You can see what's left in this video https://youtu.be/dVrVvbA8LuA Thanks, Terry.
Tolba Szy
Tolba Szy - 4 years ago
Beautiful! It's a nitpicky thing, but is there a disguise or decoration planned for the two return pipes?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 3 years ago
Hi Tolba, Sorry I missed your comment. They will have flowers hanging down over them most of the time. Terry.
magzire
magzire - 4 years ago
I just watched the 5 parts and truly enjoyed thst, learned a good bit also.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you for your kind comments. Terry.
Johnny Tubbs
Johnny Tubbs - 4 years ago
Hi Terry just to say i love your pond so much i'm going to build one myself but not as big, you've really got me motivated and i've even given my wife an extra £100 to stock up on the tea bags lol !!!!!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Johnny, Nice one lol. you can't build a pond unless you have plenty of tea. Only thing is, it tastes a lot better when the wife makes it lol. Good luck with the build. If I can help, just give me a shout. pondfilters@gmail.com. Take care, Terry.
Heinz Hans
Heinz Hans - 4 years ago
this water is clear, because it`s new. .....look it in 3-4 weeks, than you have the "new-pont-syndrome", and it`s green ! ... and than let us look it in 3-4 months, if the filter is really so good...
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Heinz, Subscribe and you'll find out. Terry.
steve
steve - 4 years ago
hi terry. I have some small fry in my pond the only problem I have is how do I get them out lol and I only see them at night with my torxh thanks terry
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Steve, You need a net with a very fine mesh. Or if you get a length of garden hose and a bucket, If you can get the bucket lower than the pond water level you may be able to syphon them out. Terry.

30. comment for New Pond Build & Final Part 5.

steve
steve - 4 years ago
thanks terry good idea and will try that if no improvement s
steve
steve - 4 years ago
also I have babie fry in my pond koi would they be ok to leave in my pond with the bigger fish ther around 7 days old these are my first fry since making my pond over 3 years ago and really do want to keep these babies thanks terry
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
I would remove them. The koi will eat them in time. Terry.
steve
steve - 4 years ago
hi terry I have a question on the uv and pump speed to clarify my water my pond pump is a blagdom 1400 and I also have a TMC proclear ultraviolet uv system 55watts would it be ok to turn the pump on full going fro the uv or would I need to turn the water flow down as these tmc systems can take alot off gallons and do a great job thanks again terry. steve
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Steve, I don't know the recommended through flow of your UV but be careful as to much flow and your UV won't have time to kill the algae. If you get no improvement with your water in a week or so, It might pay to split the flow with a Y connection so your UV gets half the flow. That way you know it will be working. Terry.
Obj. P
Obj. P - 4 years ago
hi Terry.. look amazing.. Can you tell me, how do you make Kaldnes tumbling. I used pump 60lit/minutes but kaldnes don't tumbling. Thank you very much (P/S: sorry, my english very bad)
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi, Thank you. Your media is either new or you have too much in the tub. You need a 6 inch (150mm) round air stone on your air line in the middle at the bottom of the tub. I would take some media out a bit at a time until it starts moving. Give it a while and once it is moving well, start adding some of the media you took out back into the tub. Do this slowly over several days. Hope this helps. Terry.
steve
steve - 4 years ago
good to hear your gardan is cuming along takes time but u will get ther carnt wait to see the gardan and pond again I will be adding another video very soon once this pond decides to clear up cheers terry
steve
steve - 4 years ago
lol hows the pond going and will u be uploading anymoore videos wer all missing your vids
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
I will be doing more videos, but I'm stuck doing the garden at the moment as I trashed it building the pond. I'm not too good on gardening, so I'm not videoing that lol. I have got the path round the pond done and finished now so I'm well on the way. Terry.
steve
steve - 4 years ago
thank you terry I have just replaced the bulb in the uv and the filter I have got is a really good one its half wet half wet and dry k1 in one side and bushes in the other side the guy ho made the filter for me worked in the deep in hull so u can amagine how good it his 300 pound I payed for it hopefully it will all come together thank you anyway really helpful I will do a update on my pond and willl get the filteration system in thdr for u to have a look thinking off making a prefilter for the otherside off my pond with bio in ther for moore bacteria clean up and build cheers
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Your very welcome. I'll look forward to the video. Terry.
steve
steve - 4 years ago
hi terry I was hoping u could help me I have used a treatment to clear all the algea in my pond and it has got rid off off the algea I have a problem my pond water is really green I have turned my uv ultraviolet on 55w and I dont no how long it will take with the pond being 22 thousand liters would u yourself do a full water change now or would it be best to leave it and let the uv do its job I just want to speed things up it is so depressing seing my pond in such a state the reason it has got so bad was I bought a uv system off line (BIGMASTAKE) my pond was really nice last year before I noticed the bulb wasnt doing its job and with me working away it didny hrlp I have come home to a really bad peasoup coulred pond thanks terry I have done a video on the pond in the state it his and will be uploading another video on it when its all back as it should be time to start caring for my pond moore thank you terry steve
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Steve, The fish won't mind the green water, like you say, it just looks horrible. If you want to do a water change I wouldn't change more than 25%. It will be a case of sitting back and waiting for your UV to do it's job. You will need a good filter to clear the dead algae. You really should change the bulb in your UV every year at the start of every season. Once a pond goes like that, it does take some getteing back to normal. Good luck and hope all goes well for you. Terry.
Fellatio Belsen
Fellatio Belsen - 4 years ago
Handsome pond there a true inspiration to us Koi enthusiasts!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks Johnny, Took me a while to get what I wanted built in my head first. But now it's all done I'm really happy with it. Thanks again, Terry.
JINXED _JINXED_
JINXED _JINXED_ - 4 years ago
Fan bloody tastic :) More please
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks m8. As soon as I've got the garden back together I will do some more. Thanks, Terry.
Clash With Green
Clash With Green - 4 years ago
Do you have an update of this wonderful pond?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Chris, Thank you. There will be more videos, but at the moment I'm having to put the garden in order as I did make a mess of it when doing my pond. Thanks, Terry.
Lira Ziyad
Lira Ziyad - 4 years ago
What type of air stone do you have? It looks like it is huge! Thanks for the video.
Lira Ziyad
Lira Ziyad - 4 years ago
ahh, ok
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Lira, It's the return from my skimmer. Terry.
Lira Ziyad
Lira Ziyad - 4 years ago
I just finished watching your pond building videos and there is a side return coming from under the hedges that you did not mention in building the pond. Can you tell me what it is?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Lira, Thank you. There an 8 inch air stone. I have 2 of them in the pond. The air pump is on a timer and comes on 4 times a day, unless it's really hot. Then I have them on constant. Terry.
Kenny Wilson
Kenny Wilson - 4 years ago
WHAT A FANTASTIC POND AND EAGERLY AWAITED SERIES OF HOW TO VIDS WRIGHTY WELL DONE MATE
any chance you could give us a wee run down on project cost of materials and supplies?? once again excellent job
Kenny Wilson
Kenny Wilson - 4 years ago
Nice one mate, Best add 60% then LOL
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Kenny, Thank you, really appreciated. I'm going to try to work it out this weekend. I will post it. The thing is, my son is a builder and I got all the building materials at trade price. He laid all the brickwork up to water level in under 3 hours, and had a coffee lol. Thanks again, Terry.
bryant cruz
bryant cruz - 4 years ago
for a do it your self pond that was amazing.. congrats Mr. Wrighty hope to see more of your creative and knowledgeable videos.. thank you and god bless
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you for your kind comments. Very much appreciated. Terry.
John 45305
John 45305 - 4 years ago
That pond was well worth the wait Terry, it looks so good, might get you to build my next one LOL. Well done mate very well done at that.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks John, Just the garden to do. Mind you, I think there's more work doing that lol. Thanks again m8. Terry.
Goju Five
Goju Five - 4 years ago
Heya Terry, I have been following with interest and love the new pond! Is there any reason you are not using the Cloverleaf answer on the algae? Many thanks :)
Goju Five
Goju Five - 4 years ago
Thanks for the swift reply, much appreciated :) I love your DIY work, I wish I was as creative! Keep up the good work and I look forward to future updates!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi. Thank you for your support and nice comments. I haven't used the Cloverleaf because I've no algae up to now. I will use it if I get algae forming, but up to now there's none. I'm also adding liquid bacteria which helps keep it from growing. Thanks, Terry.
SteveinPhx
SteveinPhx - 4 years ago
Love it! I really like your design. Thanks for sharing your build with us. I have appreciated your videos.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you for your kind comments. Terry.
Celyn Jones
Celyn Jones - 4 years ago
What a lovely job you've done. Koi spawning so soon was great to see.
Many thanks for all your uploads, I've learnt loads from all your advice which I hope to use when moving to my new house and building an aquaponic pond with some homemade filters similar to your own.
Enjoy the British summer and hope to see follow up videos soon.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Celyn, Thank you for your kind comments. Good luck with your new build. You can get the plans for building this filter system on my website diypondfilters.com if it helps. Terry.
Paul Orriss
Paul Orriss - 4 years ago
Dear Terry
Thank you for all the time and effort you have given to us on the story of your ponds and filters, I have learned so much from your good self I hope the garden soon looks as good as the pond and you get time to sit relax and enjoy the friuts of your Labour!!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Paul, Thank you for your kind comments. Very much appreaciated. Terry.
George Stephen
George Stephen - 4 years ago
Looks amazing Terry , well done, all the hard work paid off :-)
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks George, Would like to sit back and enjoy, but the wife tells me I've got to get the garden done now as I trashed it doing the pond lol. Terry.

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Ant Smith
Ant Smith - 4 years ago
Just love it Terry..
well done..
just sit back and enjoy the fruits of all that hard graft....
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Ant, I'd love to,but I trashed the garden while doing the pond and I've got to put that right first, so the wife says lol. Thanks, Terry.
chris campbell
chris campbell - 4 years ago
excellent work terry u done a gr8t job there i need you to come up to scotland and build my pond lol
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you Chris, I'd love to but I've still got back ache from doing mine lol. Thanks, Terry.
Richard Hodkinson
Richard Hodkinson - 4 years ago
The ladys indoors never do mate lol
Nathan Johnson
Nathan Johnson - 4 years ago
Another beautiful pond Terry!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks Nathan, very much appreciated. Terry.
Richard Hodkinson
Richard Hodkinson - 4 years ago
Lol the pond is more important
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
I know! but the wife doesn't understand lol. Terry.
Richard Hodkinson
Richard Hodkinson - 4 years ago
looks really nice Terry, good to see it finished mate happy ponding
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Rick, Thanks m8, I've just got to put the garden right now. I've trashed it doing the pond lol. Terry.
Merle Mitchell
Merle Mitchell - 4 years ago
I love it!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you. very much appreciated. Terry.
Dave Barsby
Dave Barsby - 4 years ago
Excellent job mate. Will be continuing with mine as I have moved the existing filter and the fance is fixed ready to start on the new one!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Dave, Thank you. Good luck with yours m8. Terry.
Peter Frans
Peter Frans - 4 years ago
Simply amazed by this, I bet it will be very relaxing sitting out there in the evenings having a drink and listening to the sound of the water. Awesome job Terry and please keep sharing videos with us!!!
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Peter, Thank you. Yes it is lovely sitting by the pond. Trouble is I have wrecked the garden while building the pond so I've got to sort that out now lol. Terry.
Robbie
Robbie - 4 years ago
By far one off the best ponds I have ever seen. Great job on it. Looks amazing.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you, very much appreciated, Terry.
Ron Szegleti
Ron Szegleti - 4 years ago
Looks Great Terry! I've been clicking on your channel, 3 times a day every day in anticipation of your next video. Well worth the wait! I'm a firm believer in letting algae grow on the bottom and the sides of the liner, but of course, I want it out of the water column itself. I really like what you did for the skimmer as far as the water height goes, great way to keep the fish out of it. Please keep us updated!
Cheers.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Ron, Thank you for your kind comments. Algae is good for your pond as it lives on the nitrates. Trouble is it takes over if you let it. Thanks again, Terry.
Robert Hansberger
Robert Hansberger - 4 years ago
Job well done pond looks great. looking forward to next videos. love your DIY filters put one on my moms pond in Northern Arizona, ran fine all winter long with temps below freezing. she uses the water from the filter cleaning on her garden said was the best her garden has done sense she moved there. Are you planing to use your filter water in your garden.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Robert, Thank you. Yes I always put the dirt from my filters on the garden. It's great for the plants. Terry.
steve
steve - 4 years ago
thank you again terry for showing us the finishing touches and whot can I say wowwww looks brill really looks nice wer it is keep up them good videos and happy ponding for now.steve:):)
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks Steve, Very much appreciated. Now I've got to get the garden done lol. Terry.
Robert McAuley
Robert McAuley - 4 years ago
great stuff, look really professional. looks like you're going to have to work on an new intro vid. keep up this great series.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks Robert, very much appreciated. I have been trying to get time to change the intro. But been difficult at the moment. Terry
mdawsss18
mdawsss18 - 4 years ago
Absolutely perfect pond Terry, the design is beautiful. I'm sure it was worth the wait. Also, I wish my waters were this clear! Great work
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you. I had been building it in my head for about a year, so new pretty much what I wanted. Thanks again, Terry.
Stat_Padder
Stat_Padder - 4 years ago
Just wow !!! Starting my pond soon just a puddle compared to yours :) Great video series enjoyed every episode and your pond looks amazing.. looking forward to seeing it mature.. 10/10
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you for your nice comments. very much appreciated, Good luck with your new build, don't forget to do a video. Terry.
Michael Pham
Michael Pham - 4 years ago
Wow, your voice sounds so much like the GEICO Gecko! Anyways, beautiful koi pond; nice design. How many gallons is the koi pond?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Michael, Thank you. The pond is 2200 gallon including filters. Terry.
Stuart Morris
Stuart Morris - 4 years ago
Bloody love it Wrighty. Like others I have been waiting daily for updates. Youve made it well addictive. Just to reclarify for dopes like me whats the dimensions and total gallonage of your pond? Looks amazing.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Stuart, Thank you. It's 17ft X 8ft X 3ft 6 inches at the deep end. I hit the sock level and couldn't go any deeper which was disappointing. Complete volume 2300 gallon. Thanks again, Terry.
kev b
kev b - 4 years ago
Morning Terry, I Check youtube every day waiting for this video :) you done a amazing job mate looks like it always being there like what you done with the inlets looks class coming through the brick work.. jealous to be honest might bottom drain mine next year you inspired me, take-care bud sit back and enjoy your suntan and hard work :)
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Morning Kev, Thanks m8, appreciated. I did have a day yesterday where I did nothing apart from sit around my pond with a couple of glasses of wine. really relaxing. But it all starts again now as I have trashed the garden while building the pond lol. Trouble is I know nothing about gardening lol. Should be interesting ;) Thanks again, Terry.
Philip Oakley
Philip Oakley - 4 years ago
Great work Terry will also look forward to seeing the garden all finished as well & a video of it :-)
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Phil, That's an idea! gardening videos. Trouble is I know nothing about gardening lol. Thanks, Terry.
Clash With Green
Clash With Green - 4 years ago
Great job. You should feel proud. Sit back and enjoy my friend.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you Chris. Can't sit back yet, the wife wants the garden done now. Terry.
Darren Bellia
Darren Bellia - 4 years ago
Thanks for sharing. The end result is so impressive.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks Darren, very much appreciated, Terry.
jim walsh
jim walsh - 4 years ago
Terry pond looks excellent . Bet your glad to be finished . Great job my friend.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thanks Jim. It's nice to know it's done. Terry.
gingertom64
gingertom64 - 4 years ago
excellent result you have ended up with there. look forward to many more updates.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Thank you, still plenty to do. Terry.
Harry Chung
Harry Chung - 4 years ago
Congratulations to the Kois and you on the new pond, Terry. That coping and brick work highlight it really well. Just when you're done with the last batch of fries, along comes another. Hope you have the same luck with this group as the last ones.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Harry. thank you, I've still got last years young ones in the holding tank so didn't get any this year. Thanks again, Terry.
Airlite X
Airlite X - 4 years ago
Wow, the final product looks great Wrighty. Are you still using the brush for the algae?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi, Thank you. Yes I'm still using the brush to keep the pond clean. I know mine was a new liner, but it will be interesting to see how well it works. I clean my pond with it the day before I'm due to clean my filters, so no extra water loss. Will keep you up dated on that one. Thanks again, Terry
Debbie Arthur
Debbie Arthur - 4 years ago
Really nice looking pond, one question for you is did you do something different to your concrete to make it fish safe? I always thought that it put dangerous chemicals in the water or is that not right. Anyway thanks for sharing and I hope you have many great meals with your koa.
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Debbie, Thank you. I do put water proofer in the cement when mixing. Must say I've had no problems up to now. Thanks again. Terry.
Mulys Cousin
Mulys Cousin - 4 years ago
Beautiful! Thanks for showing us how you did it.
Total cost, not counting labor?
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi, Your very welcome and thank you. I've not worked the cost out yet as I don't want to upset the wife too soon lol. But I will put it in one of my videos. Thanks again, Terry.
marty drummond
marty drummond - 4 years ago
excellent job Wrighty,looks fantastic
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Marty, Thanks, it's a big relief now it's done. Got the wine out last night lol. Terry.
Richard Lambert
Richard Lambert - 4 years ago
A beautiful job well done and meticulously planned. The pond build and the mechanical support systems should make you very proud. I can't wait to get started on my next pond once we move onto our new home. Thank you for the video's they were much appreciated as well as entertaining. Rick
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Rick, Hope all is well with you. Thank you, I've now got the rest of the garden to put right as I've trashed it building the pond lol. Good luck with your new build and move and hope all goes well for you. Terry.
Paul Thompson
Paul Thompson - 4 years ago
looks fantastic your an inspiration you have me digging out my foundations for my pond which is 120ft in diameter 16 inches wide and 1 1/2 ft deep it with be 6 blocks high and 12 inch thick wall back filled with concret reinforced steel poles in between 2 7nt breeze blocks with 2 bottom drains and 2 nexus 210 and 300 models. thanks again for the get up and go to start building my new pond about 12000 gallons . my wife's not happy I'm taking over the full garden width .lol
Wrighty
Wrighty - 4 years ago
Hi Paul, Thank you, All the best with your pond build and hope all goes well for you. The weather was my biggest hold up, but I got there. Don't envy the digging part lol. thanks, Terry.

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