Grade 304 stainless steel - will not rust, offers great strength and durability
Solar panel - no need to run an electrical cable from your house, saves on your energy bills
Pump - powered by the solar panel, flow rate of 200lph
Battery back up - supply up to 8 hours of back up power on cloudy days
LED lights – illuminates the feature at night creating a wonderful spectacle
Fully self-contained reservoir - simply bury the reservoir and cover with pebbles to hide it from view
Made from grade 304 stainless steel, this feature will not rust and its great strength will allow it to survive outside in your garden for years to come. Comes complete with a solar panel to cut down on your energy costs. It will also save you from running an electrical wire out from the house. A back up battery will provide you with 8 hours of stored power, which is very useful considering the changeable weather we have in the UK. It is self contained, so simply add water to get the feature running. It has been finished with an integrated LED light that brings the feature to life at night. It will beautifully illuminate the water that bubbles out from the top of the sphere. A film of water cascades down and over the sphere to cover it completely, providing a constantly changing mirrored reflection.
Solar power has made it even easier to run a water fountain in your garden without the need for an outside power supply. Some of the benefits of a solar powered water feature include:
The only requirement is that the solar panel is placed in a sunny area. Many solar water fountains now come with built-in rechargeable batteries that store energy so the fountain will still work when the sun doesn’t come out.
These units are much quicker and easier to install than mains powered features. There is no need to call out an electrician, no need to dig or lay cables, just choose a sunny spot and away you go.
You will have more versatility in the placement of your fountain than a mains powered option. If you have a specific place you’d like your fountain and it’s not near your house (for mains power) then solar is the best option.
Solar energy is better for the environment as it is a sustainable and renewable source of power.
Generally, solar-powered water fountains are lower voltage so could be considered safer than mains electricity if you have children playing nearby.