RDL are grateful to our customer, Liz who sent in the photos and a written account of how they achieved this magnificent pond build.
"We were in a fix last year when we discovered that we wouldn't be able to join our big pond liners together ourselves. RDL rescued us by arranging to do this for us. Here are some photos of the site before, during and after installation. It was all dug out by hand by my husband. There were some mighty big rocks to remove, as well as hundreds of small ones.
Your Pond and Aquarium Fixer was a lifesaver too because we were lucky enough to have a small rock face with spring water leaching through. This gave us the idea of the pond in the first place. We created a very small pool above with a cascade down into the main pond. We used your Pond and Aquarium Fixer to securely stick the pond liner to the wall and the rock face on that side. That left us with a secure seal, but an ugly black band of liner visible. Along the wall we used your Pond Sealer and Fixer to stick thin, flat pieces of rock over the pond liner edges to mimic stones in the wall. Along the rock face, to the right of the cascade we took another strip of liner, and used the fixer to glue fine gravel onto it and then fixed that gravelled strip over the bare liner. It was invaluable on other vertical surfaces too; covering the filter box pipe with small slivers of stone for example.
We're very pleased with the end result, and how quickly everything seems to settle in.''
RDL were sent a pdf document with a drawing of what our customer was wanting to achieve we then joined the two sheets of Epalyn EP pond liner of dimensions 6.5 x 5.5m and 6.5 x 4.5m.