One Delivery • One Box • One Day to Build
The Pondless Waterfall in a Box™ water feature kit makes installing a professional quality pondless waterfall a quick and easy one-day project for the do-it-yourself landscaper. Kit contains complete building materials including the natural stone and all waterfall components and detailed step-by-step instructions.
Detailed step-by-step instructions
Natural Stone: Flagstone, Small Boulders, Pebbles & Cobblestone
Protective Grate Cover
PVC Hose and clamp
Approx. Size: 2’ H x 3’ W x 5’ L
All kits must be built per manufacturer's instructions.
Furnished by homeowner:
Tools: wheel barrow, shovel, gloves, tape measure, level, trowel
Labor of one or two volunteers – will need one or two people able to lift up to 60-90lbs in order to assemble this kit
Plants and greenery
Pondless Waterfall in a Box is packaged in a single shrink-wrapped box that sits on a pallet.
Box Dimensions: 42” D x 42” W x 28” H
Weight: approx. 1,800lbs – components unloaded individually as you build. Weight of individual components can vary due to natural stone variances, but the average pieces of flagstone weigh approximately 30lbs and there are a few bags of pebbles & cobble that if lifted out singly weigh up to 90lbs. You can avoid lifting heavier items by opening bags and pulling out smaller portions at a time.
Natural Stone water feature kits delivered West of the Mississippi River will feature Three Rivers Stone® Flagstone. Customers in the Eastern U.S. will receive kits featuring Bluestone. To learn which stone is available in your state refer to our map.
L&W Stone Corporation is one of the largest nationwide wholesale producers of high-quality natural stone products—quarried, sourced, fabricated and delivered—including its proprietary Three Rivers Stone®
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Model: pond kit
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
(out of 4reviews)
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
1 of 4(25%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Pondless Waterfall in a Box®
Review 1 for Pondless Waterfall in a Box®
Date:July 3, 2010
Good price for stone -- but not as easy as shown
Model Number: flagstone
"For novice ponders . . the directions are poor. No help on the true dimensions that would be ideal for both the top and bottom tier falls. The feature shown must actually be pretty short from top to bottom and it's hard to tell the recommended width. It would have helped to have a more realistic step by step guide than the video. Mortar is included, but no help in sharing mortar tips . . Should the rocks in the bed be mortared to the rubber lining? We wound up with leaks that were virtually impossible to find. We knocked off one side, re-mortared, and all was well. Had to do the same for the other long side, but we're still trying to find what must be a hairline crack in the base. We're now using a clear sealant to try to finish this project up. Fingers are crossed. We also bought about 300# of more stone to put around the mound and base for more realistic look. Having done that, the price of stone from Costco's kit was a bargain. That's mainly what you're getting in this kit. The pond liner, a pump with hose, 1 can of foam for directing water or plugging a leak (if you can find it). 1 bag of mortar and lots and lots of stone. Pea gravel, small river stones, larger river rocks and some very nice large stones. I agree with the prior reviews -- the rocks that come are nice, but not really reflective of the picture."
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Review 2 for Pondless Waterfall in a Box®
Date:June 22, 2010
not like the picture!
Pros: costco return policy
Cons: poor instructions, not enough stone to replicate photo
"I purchased this kit and the contractor that built my patio agreed to install it for me. After three days of work it was still not complete and even once finished did not look at all like the photos. The instrcutions are not clear and there doesn't appear to be enough stone to cover the mound of dirt. I invested extra money on retaining wall to support the mound and it still doesn't look great - nothing like the photo! Not enough big pebbles in the package to disguise the liner and pond grate. Costco said they would take it back I just don't have a strong enough and big enough box for everything - so not sure what to do from here :("
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Review 3 for Pondless Waterfall in a Box®
Date:June 17, 2010
"This pond would be great in a California garden, however, the rock color does not match up with the rocks located in Western Washington."
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Review 4 for Pondless Waterfall in a Box®
Location:San Carlos, CA
Date:May 10, 2010
Awesome fountain.... Poor instructions
Pros: all in one. water flow. rock quality
"The waterfall arrived about 2-3 weeks after ordering. It shows up on a pallet weighing over 1800 lbs. So the delivery guy will get it off truck , but then has to leave on street(to heavy for driveway. The rocks are nice quality and there are a lot of them. The hardest part was constructing the dirt mound below. I struggled with it for a day or 2. Until i thought of using bricks under the tarp to construct a much better more solid mound. The directions are ok except when it came time to connect the pump. The black hose that you connect onto the pump as ZERO directions. After swearing at it for a few minutes I just did my best to connect and hope for the best. It has been working great for 2 weeks now. A few slow leaks, but I am working on them. Just dont listen to the directions all that much and do what you think. Bottom line "don;t think to much and just do it". It has made my backyard complete and I love it now that it's up and running. Also add some plants into the rocks."