How To Make A Disappearing Water Fountain

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Materials
Depending on your design, and where your fountain will be located, the size and quantity of materials you need may vary. Ours is a pretty simple geyser shooting out of rocks design. It will be about 20 feet from our power source.
Basin (15 gallon HP15 $22.99)
Pump Laguna 529 Gallon Per Hour (GPH) pond fountain PT8160 ($55.99)
Sprinkler drip-system tap (1/2-inch riser adapter with 1/4-inch barb $1.49)
Valve box circular 10″ ($10.97)
Electrical PVC Conduit 1.25-inch x 10 feet (2 x $3.72)
PVC Sweep connector 1.25-inch (3 x $1.74)
PVC slip cap 1.25-inch (2 x $.87)
PVC Glue ($2.29)
Landscape fabric
Sheet plastic, or lawn garden bags
Noiyo cobble decorative rock (1,000 lbs in bags $82)
Rebar .25-inch x 4 feet (4 x $3.27)
Rebar .25-inch x 3 feet (2 x $2.78)
Hardware mesh
Spray primer gray $4.59
Spray paint flat black $4.49


Tools
Shovel
Hack saw
Dremel rotary cutting tool
Pipe tape
Gloves
Safety glasses
Knee pads
Marking chalk (flour works too)
Pressure washer *
Dog *
* Optional, but highly recommended

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more details here… (step by step)


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