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Water Features
One of LIC Pools speciality is the creation of Water Features. Throughout Namibia  we have created hundreds of different Water Features to spice up a garden, pool, pond or parking place.

From a c supplies a classical marble fountain to a solid customised concrete fountain, LIC Pool can install it in any size and shape. Each feature is built employing only the most modern technology and finest resources.

Water fountains were not only built as a showpiece, but also as a place that provided a sense of coolness from the hot sun.
Background and history of the Water Features

A Water Feature is one or more items from a range of fountains, pools, ponds, cascades, waterfalls, and streams. Before the 18th century they were usually powered by gravity, though the famous Hanging Gardens of Babylon are described by Strabo as supplied by an Archimedean screw.

Other examples were supplied with water using hydraulic rams. Since the 18th century, the majority of Water Features have been powered by pumps. In the past, the power source was sometimes a steam engine, but in modern features it is almost always powered by electricity. There is an increasing range of innovative designs as the market becomes more established and people become more aware of alternate installation methods, such as solar power.

The advantages of using solar power include environmental benefits, no electrical lines in the garden, and free energy. Modern Water Features are typically self-contained, meaning that they do not require water to be plumbed in; rather water is recycled from either a pond or a hidden reservoir, also known as a sump. The sump can either be contained within the Water Feature, or buried underground. A Water Feature may be indoor or outdoor and can be any size, from a desk top water fountain to a large indoor waterfall that covers an entire wall in a large commercial building, and can be made from any number of materials, including stone, granite, stainless steel, resin, and glass.
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