Indoor wall fountains are a great way to incorporate nature in your house or in any indoor space. They are unique work of art that changes momentarily. Keeping them in your space is the best way to make you feel good both outside and inside. The question however of many interested people is how to choose indoor fountains and when they get one, how to maintain them.
How to Choose Indoor Wall Fountains:
With the plenty of indoor wall fountains available today, it can be very confusing to choose an indoor wall fountain. Thus, before you proceed with purchasing one, it’s best to first envision and imagine what you really want. Then, it’s time to go down to the basics. Where do you want to place your fountain? Do you want to place it in the corner of the living room? Do you want to place it in the hallway or do you want to put in inside your bedroom? You can even use the science of Feng Shui to decide the placement of your fountain. As you can see, the list is really endless and if you choose to go to the fountain store before making a decision on what you really want, you will surely end up confused. However, if you already have decided on the kind and style of fountain you want, choosing and purchasing one will surely be a breeze and as easy as ABC.
How to Maintain Indoor Wall Fountains:
The job of owning an indoor wall fountain doesn’t stop on purchasing it. It’s just the beginning. To make your indoor wall fountain really look good and functioning well, you have to do your job of maintaining it. When maintaining an indoor wall fountain, you need to refill the water in the fountain periodically. You also have to make sure that you wipe the fountain once every couple of days. You need to clean the indoor wall fountain at least once a month to get rid of the traces of any mineral deposit or algae growth.
One of the things you have to ensure is to not turn on the indoor wall fountain without water. You should know that fountain can heat up easily without water and this can damage the pump. You can also put rocks and stones at the bottom of the indoor wall fountain to reduce the water sound as well as the splashing of the water. It’s a good idea to use distilled water to prevent mineral deposits from building up in the indoor wall fountain.