Waterfall and Pond Installation Company Los Angeles

Sierra Pacific Design

Professional Waterfall Design and Pond Installation in Los Angeles

Welcome to Sierra Pacific Design. We are the #1 company for waterfall and pond installation 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 and pond installation company in Los Angeles. We are fully licensed and insured general contractors with a passion for installing ponds and waterfalls in Los Angeles. The Sierra Pacific Design team has a unique, artistic vision for the way water can transform a space.

Designer James Schevers offers full service pond waterfall design service and installation of garden ponds and waterfalls, pondless waterfalls, Koi ponds, fountains and streams using natural materials with a respect for the surrounding environment. Each pond installation 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 tranquil, water oasis to both the gardens of local homeowners and the concrete landscapes of commercial developments.

Our passion for waterfall design and pond installation 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, we take pride in each and every pond installation.

If you are looking for the best waterfall design and pond installation 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

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    Many residents in Los Angeles have already made adjustments to their landscaping strategies in an effort to cope with our ongoing California drought. Classic green lawns are disappearing in favor of drought tolerant landscaping that requires less water and many homeowners are also utilizing outdoor rainwater collection systems such as rain barrels as a way to conserve every last precious drop of rainwater. A row of rain barrels, however, isn’t exactly aesthetically pleasing, and some may be understandably reluctant to have them stacked in the lovely garden that they have worked so hard to create. Fortunately, collecting rainwater doesn’t have to mean installing rows of ugly rain barrels. Instead, homeowners can now greatly enhance the beauty of their garden landscape by adding an Aquascape RainXchange rainwater harvesting system that efficiently collects rainwater while being practically invisible in the garden. The RainXchange Doesn’t Use Rain Barrels Imagine the enjoying the appearance and sound Read more →

  • Drought Tolerant Landscaping Ideas for Los Angeles

    Many homeowners are doing their part to conserve water during the current drought by forgoing watering their lawns. However, this practice simply results in dry grass that is ugly and a fire hazard. A better alternative is to use drought tolerant landscaping that doesn’t require traditional lawn grass at all. Here are some drought tolerant landscaping ideas for those who want to save water without skimping on their garden’s aesthetic appeal. Plant Native Vegetation Indigenous plants perform better because they are already acclimated to local climate conditions and easily thrive with the water provided by area rainfall. Plants imported from other regions, on the other hand, often need extra pampering in order to remain healthy. Check with your local nursery or landscaping company for suggestions on native drought tolerant plants in your location. As an added bonus, native plants also resist local pests and pathogens that may damage or even Read more →

  • 3 Misconceptions About Drought Tolerant Landscaping

    With California’s drought entering its fourth year of record-breaking dry weather many people are looking to apply drought tolerant landscaping techniques to their garden landscapes. But what exactly is a drought tolerant landscape? Misconception #1: Drought tolerant = rocks, cactus and dried up animal skulls Xeric is Greek for “requiring little water.” The most common misconception is that Xeriscaping, another term for drought tolerant landscaping techniques is just “Zero” scaping, or removing all lawn and plants and laying down gravel, rocks and some cactus or succulents. In fact, many California native plants and flowers can withstand dry conditions, need much less water and can still provide a lush, green drought tolerant garden landscape. We have even produced outstanding drought tolerant landscaping designs from a mix of artificial grass and drought tolerant plants which looks just as natural and green as your typical thirsty green lawn and garden. Misconception #2: Water Read more →

  • How To Build A Fish Pond

    The Aquascape Pond Squad renovates an old indoor turtle rescue pond with a state-of-the-art critter pond! Can the guys mastermind the proper design for this indoor pond? Watch as the guys invite a group of kids to give the final seal of approval on their latest water pond creation! In this installment of Aquascape Pond Squad, the guys at Aquascape build a turtle and fish pond that includes a beautiful waterfall feature. A backyard fish pond is a fantastic way to bring animals and nature into your backyard and adds a whole new element to the enjoyment of your garden landscape. The fact is that kids and adults of all ages love watching and feeding garden pond fish and turtles. Koi fish are probably the most favorite fish for backyard garden ponds as they are very friendly and will willingly accept food directly from your hand, but garden ponds also Read more →