Pond Liners






Ponds can be made to any size or shape but the general rule is the bigger the pond, the easier it is to maintain its water quality. This is because larger ponds have fewer fluctuations in temperature and other water chemistry factors and have a greater capacity to handle pollutants.
Pond Liner offers you the ability to create a truly unique design for you pond.
We offer two types of Pond Liner, they are the Firestone 1mm EPDM pond liner and Heavy Duty 0.5mm PVC pond liner. Both by market leader Gordon Low.

Firestone PondGard pond liner is an EPDM Geomembrane specifically designed for garden pond and lake applications. Its formulation and production process makes it perfectly compatible with aquatic life, in accordance with test reports published by the UK Water Research Centre. Firestone’s EPDM pond liner manufacturing facilities have received ISO 9001 certification for their total quality management principles and ISO 14001 certification for their environmental management systems.

Flexible For Creative Design.
Easily shaped to fit the size and contours of any water feature, the flexibility of PondGard pond liners means more creative freedom and the ability to accomplish even the most challenging designs. Available in a variety of sizes and lengths.

Easy Maintenance.
Firestone Rubber Pond Liners require virtually no maintenance after installation. Firestone Pond liners display outstanding resistance to UV exposure, ozone, frost, snow and extreme temperatures. Developed to protect against microbial attacks and algae growth, our liners contain no migrating plasticizers – which means no cracking or splitting. This means years after installation; many water features built with PondGard Rubber Pond Liners are as functional and beautiful as the day they were installed.

Our economical high quality PVC Pond Liner is suitable for small to medium ponds, having excellent flexibility and high puncture resistance.

* non-toxic for fish and aquatic plants
* resistant to swelling and rotting
* high resistance to puncturing
* root resistance according DIN 4062 part 1

Here are some usefull tips:
Always use the correct underlay.
The pond should ideally be in an area that receives sunlight for around half the day.
The pond should be sited away from trees if possible.
You will probably need to get power to your pond.
Make the pond at least 18 inches deep as this allows the fish to survive through winter.
Koi require a depth of around 1 metre to allow them to grow.
The pond should be in a position where it can be viewed and enjoyed.

If your not sure what size liner you require use our pond calculator, the calcultor adds an extra foot to the dimensions to allow for an overlap.



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