LA’s Best Koi Pond and Fish Pond Builder

Sierra Pacific Design

Professional Waterfall Design and Fish Pond Builder in Los Angeles

Welcome to Sierra Pacific Design. We are the #1 company for waterfall and fish pond construction in Los Angeles using ECO-FRIENDLY products and materials for a safe and friendly environment.

Sierra Pacific Design is a family-owned and run waterfall design and pond construction company in Los Angeles. We are fully licensed and insured general contractors with a passion for building fish and Koi ponds along with gorgeous garden waterfalls. The Sierra Pacific Design team has a unique and artistic vision for the way water features can transform residential and commercial gardens in Los Angeles.

Designer James Schevers offers full service pond waterfall design service and installation of fish ponds and waterfalls, pondless waterfalls, Koi ponds, fountains and streams using natural materials with a respect for the surrounding environment. Each pond construction project is customized to both the landscape setting and the desires of the client. For over a decade, Sierra Pacific Design has been bringing the dream of a beautiful and tranquil landscape water feature to both the gardens to local homeowners and commercial developments.

Our passion for waterfall design and pond construction projects derives from a belief that interacting with nature on a daily basis promotes peace and happiness in one’s life. Whether it is a serene Koi pond tucked into a shady corner of a front porch, or a waterfall cascading down granite boulders into a backyard stream and lovely Koi pond, we take pride in each and every pond construction project.

If you are looking for the best waterfall design and fish pond builder in Los Angeles, you have come to the right place! We invite you to view our beautiful pond and waterfall design portfolio and see for yourself.

Latest Blog Posts

  • 6 Tips for Fall Pond Maintenance

    The leaves start to change colors, the weather gets colder and before we know it Fall is here. And while we typically have mild winters in Southern California compared to the rest of the nation, it’s important that we take some steps to ensure that we will have a healthy fish pond come springtime. Here are 6 tips for fall pond maintenance: 1.  Install Netting to Catch Falling Leaves If your pond is underneath a tree or located near trees you can make your cleaning efforts easier by installing netting over your pond in order to catch falling leaves. Make sure the netting is above your pond surface. 2. Clean Out Your Skimmer If you decide not to use netting then make sure that you clean your skimmer basket and empty it out daily. You will need to clean your skimmer basket more often at this time of year anyway. Read more →

  • Fall Fish Pond Clean-out Checklist

    Fall is here and it’s a good time to think about doing a fish pond clean-out to prepare you fish for the winter months ahead. The process is fairly simple and can usually be done in one day but be prepared because it’s a messy and smelly job. If you don’t have the time to do it yourself, just let us know and we will come out and do it for you. Call us at: 310-915-6600 or email to schedule a Fall pond clean-out today. Fall Fish Pond Clean-out Checklist Fall represents a unique time of year when your pond can undergo dramatic changes in water temperature and water balance due to the change in weather and falling leaves and decaying plants.  Our Fall pond clean-out checklist will help you through the steps and if you need any assistance just give us a call. Items you will need: Buckets Read more →

  • Building a Koi Pond with Water Features

    By Julie Ershadi It is known that water features with flowing water, or water cascading down rocks in a small waterfall, has a calm soothing effect on people. Looking out over a body of water has a similar effect. Sitting in your backyard, looking at a Koi pond with water features and listening to the sound of water, drink in hand—what could be better? When a close friend of mine moved to Southern California years ago and found a house near the base of some rolling hills, she knew she’d found her castle. Not only was the location cozy, but the home’s backyard contained something she’d thought she’d left behind in her Midwestern hometown: a Koi pond. When the Koi pond was built in 1964, the water features techniques were quite different from those in modern usage. At that time, the standard was to dig a depression, pour concrete over Read more →

  • Get Free Trees in Los Angeles

    Did you know you can get free trees in Los Angeles? That’s right, An organization called City Plants has partnered with the city of Los Angeles and the LADWP to provide free fruit trees and shade trees to help reduce the greenhouse gases that cause global warming. How Many Free Trees Can I Get? If you live or own property with in Los Angeles the city of Los Angeles you are eligible to receive up to 7 free shade trees from City Plants for business or residential addresses. They will even deliver the trees to your home along with stakes, ties and fertilizer pellets. What a deal! Supplies are limited and will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Limit one adopted tree per property address. What are you waiting for? You can apply right here. Visit the City Plants website for more information. Plant a Tree! Read more →