Aquascape Pond Replacement Parts
Aquascape makes some of the most popular and reliable pond supplies on the market, so it's no wonder there's such a demand for their equipment and parts. To keep up with the demand, Pond Supplies 4 Less carries a full range of Aquascapes pond supplies, including filters, pumps, chemicals, lights, and replacement parts for all their hottest items.
Aquascapes Pond Supplies, Pumps and Filters
Aquascape Pond Pumps: Aquascape has a number of pond pump models to suit different needs and different sized ponds, and you can get a pump with a flow rate anywhere from 2,000 to 10,000 gallons per hour. Among the most popular pumps are the AquaSurge and PRO series pumps, which are designed specifically for ease of use, and have great features like:
- Low operating costs
- Long lives
- Oil-free designs (so they're fish-safe)
- Quiet and efficient
- Low maintenance
Fighting Algae and Promoting Pond Health
Sometimes chemicals are an integral part of your pond health and maintenance, especially if you have major problems with algae and pathogens. Aquascape has a wide variety of chemical treatments available for your water, and Pond Supplies 4 Less carries them all, including:
- Granular algaecide
- Beneficial bacteria and cold-water bacteria
- Stream and pond cleaner
- Dosing treatment to clear water and reduce maintenance
We know that even with proper cleaning and maintenance, parts sometimes break down. And when that happens, you can count on us to have all the Aquascapes pond supplies and replacement parts you need to get back in business, including:
- Filter parts, mats, and foam
- Pump impeller kits and fountain heads
- Light bulbs, ballasts, splitters, and sleeves
- Debris nets
- Air pump diaphragms
How to Diagnose Problems with Your Pond Pump
Problems with your pond pump can be troubling, especially if you don’t know where to start to fix the issue, or aren't even sure how to determine what the problem is. The first and easiest thing to do is ensure the skimmer isn't dry and the pump is getting enough water. If that’s not the trouble, check that there aren't any obstructions blocking the water flow to the pump.
At the same time, tilt the pump to help remove any air bubbles that may have become trapped in the impeller. If there's no debris around the pump, unplug it, open it up, and check inside for a clog. While the pump is apart, give the impeller a manual spin to make sure it isn't seized. Also, disconnect the check valve fitting to backflush the pump and flush out clogs.
Finally, check the electrical connections hooked up to the pump. Check the power supply to make sure you haven't tripped a breaker or circuit, and double check that the electrical outlet you're hooked up to is supplying power. Test another electrical item in the outlet you’ve got the pump hooked up to, and plug the pump into a different GFCI breaker to test the pump itself.
If you weren't able to determine the cause of the problem with any of these diagnostic steps, or if you need any other replacement parts for your pond equipment, Aquascapes Pond Supplies is your best bet for a replacement pump and other parts. You can check model numbers and specs online to make sure you're getting the right components, or give us a call for assistance at any time during the ordering process.