Backyard Pond in Lynbrook, NY 11563
Home Pond Designs for Your Lynbrook, NY Backyard
Have you ever gone to someone’s yard and walked through a glorious water garden? It feels like you’re stepping into another world. In this world, you don’t have to worry about work, family, chores, or anything else in life that can cause you stress. You leave all that behind as soon as you walk up to the water feature in the Nassau County backyard.
However, can you add a Lynbrook, NY backyard pond to your yard? While it seems like an impossible dream, you can turn your backyard into the perfect serene location for you. And Scott Anderson Design can help you build a pond that features everything you desire.
There are many designs for your new home pond that you must consider, though. After all, you want your small pond to look unique. Luckily, you can choose one of many designs, a few of which we’ve listed below. With this guide, you may find the perfect home pond design for you.
Ensure you choose a quality landscaping company to create your pond. You won’t awe anyone if you fill the pond with a garden hose held up by a yard chair. If you want a pond and garden designed for you, call Scott Anderson Design. We have plenty of experience with building unique-looking ponds. If you want to learn more about building an outdoor waterfall, pond, or other water feature, keep reading below.
How To Find the Best Location for the Pond
Before you can build the perfect outdoor waterfall or garden pond in Nassau County, you need to determine where to add your pond. First, consider where you have the most space. Many people choose to place the pond in their backyard, while others build a pond in their front yard. Where do you feel the most relaxed? And where do you have some privacy? A private area is perfect if you want to sit on the edges of the pond and let the world around you disappear.
Do you already have a focal point in your Lynbrook, NY yard, such as a gazebo? Consider placing your pond next to it. That way, you can sit in the shelter of the gazebo and listen to the water moving inside the pond.
Pond With Lights
If you want to sit outside around the sides of the pond at night, consider adding lights to your pond. These lights are more than your typical candles or lanterns; you can illuminate the pond water and watch the smaller waterfall do its work. What’s more relaxing than a water show as you listen to the crickets chirp?
Stone Wall Surrounding the Pond
While many people opt for a more modern design for their Nassau County home pond, nothing beats a classic stone wall surrounding the pond. The best part is you can choose any flat stone you want to design the wall. Ensure you choose flexible liners for your pond so that it stays together and looks beautiful for years to come.
Koi Fish Pond
Do you love to fish? Then adding a koi fish backyard pond to your home may be the perfect option for you! Koi fish are easy to maintain as long as you keep the pond clean and don’t overfeed them. You can also create a goldfish pond if koi fish is too difficult for you.
With a pond full of fish, you can receive even more relaxation as you watch them swim through the water. Many people find watching fish therapeutic, so take advantage of this with a koi pond.
A Pond With Landscape
Finally, you can create a pond with some landscape around it. Do you already have a garden designed for you? If so, consider placing a backyard pond or waterfall around it. Nothing can accentuate beautiful flowers and plants quite like a glorious home pond.
The best part of building a pond is you can work with what you already have. When you include a pond or waterfall, you’ll notice that your backyard finally looks complete.
If you want to design a pond or outdoor waterfall for your Lynbrook, NY backyard, you need to call Scott Anderson Design at 516-729-5668. You can trust us to create the backyard of your dreams.
Some information about Lynbrook, NY
Lynbrook is a village in Nassau County, New York, United States, on the south shore of Long Island. The population was 19,427 at the 2010 census. The Incorporated Village of Lynbrook is inside the Town of Hempstead, neighboring Malverne to the north, Valley Stream to the west, Hewlett to the southwest, East Rockaway to the southeast, and Rockville Centre to the east. The Village of Lynbrook’s current mayor is Alan Beach.
The area currently known as Lynbrook had other names, including Rechquaakie (originally), Parson’s Corners, and Bloomfield. It was later named Pearsall’s Corners, after Mr. Pearsall’s General Store because this store became a famous stagecoach stop for travelers coming from New York City to Long Island. Alternately, it was called ‘Five Corners’ because the stagecoach stop was at the crossing of Hempstead Avenue, Merrick Road, and Broadway. It became known as Lynbrook in 1894 and the village was incorporated in 1911. The name ‘Lynbrook’ is derived by dividing ‘Brooklyn’ into its syllables and transposing them, a tribute to the original home of many of the town’s turn-of-the-century residents.
Since 1912, Lynbrook has been served by the Lynbrook Police Department. The Chief of the Department is Brian Palladino. Since 1879, the Lynbrook Volunteer Fire Department has served Lynbrook. The department has 6 firehouses around Lynbrook. The Chief of the Department is Nicholas Pearsall. Lynbrook is also served by its own Department of Public Works which provides sanitation management. The Superintendent is Phil Healey.
In 2008, three houses in Lynbrook were listed on the National Register of Historic Places: House at 251 Rocklyn Avenue, House at 474 Ocean Avenue, and House at 73 Grove Street. Rockville Cemetery was listed in 2015.
Directions from Lynbrook, NY to Scott Anderson Design
Here are some remodeling-related links:
- National Association of the Remodeling Industry
- National Association of Home Builders
- The National Association of Professionally Accredited Contractors
- Residential Construction Industry at OSHA.gov