Our team has the right experience to create beautiful rock fountains to complete your landscape.
Our team at New Hope Aquascapes understands that flowing water has a universal appeal—just like people love to watch a crackling fire, they also love to watch the flow of waterfalls, streams, and fountains. In our experience, many people find particular appeal in watching water tumble over rocks, so we design and build rock fountains that let them do so whenever they want. If you are interested in adding a water feature to your landscape, you can’t go wrong with one of our rock fountains.
As their name suggests, rock fountains are water features that pump water up and let them flow down over rocks. Rather than hiding the fountain’s pump in a statue or more artificial structure, we will build the pump into the rock itself to let the water emerge from the rock. This creates a more natural, rustic look and imitates the effect of natural rain or waterfalls flowing over stones.
If you want to incorporate a water feature into your landscape design but don’t want it to look too ostentatious or ornate, our rock fountains offer the ideal option. If you have questions about our rock fountains, just give us a call to consult our Master Certified Aquascapes Contractors on the subject.
We are proud to serve the community here in Gray, Tennessee, and we want to help you design and build the ideal water feature to take your landscape design to the next level. If you want to learn more about our rock fountains, start by giving our team a call.
At New Hope Aquascapes, we install rock fountains in Gray, Bristol, Butler, Church Hill, Erwin, Gatlinburg, Greenville, Johnson City, Jonesborough, Kingsport, Morristown, Newport, Pigeon Forge, Piney Flats, Rogersville, Sevierville, Elizabethton, Unicoi, and Tazewell, Tennessee; Asheville, Boone, Marshall, Weaverville, Burnsville, Spruce Pine, Hot Springs, and Marion, North Carolina; and Norton, Abingdon, Big Stone Gap, Coeburn, Duffield, Gate City, Jonesville, Marion, Wise, and Wytheville, Virginia.