The Advantages of Solar Powered Garden Fountains
One way to produce a cooling effect is to fan clean, dry air across them. Using the ceiling fan or air from a corner of the room can help to optimize circulation. It is crucial to ensure that air is always blowing over the top of the water. Cool, fresh air is one of the natural byproducts of fountains and... read more

Use a Fountain To Help Improve Air Quality
If what you are after is to breathe life into an otherwise boring ambiance, an indoor wall fountain can be the solution. Your eyes, your ears and your health can be favorably impacted by including this type of indoor feature in your home. The research behind this theory endorses the fact that water fountains can positively ... read more

Water-lifting System by Camillo Agrippa
Regrettably, Agrippa’s wonderful design for lifting water wasn’t discussed much after 1588, when Andrea Bacci acclaimed it publicly. It may have come to be outdated when the Villa Medici was set to get water from the Acqua Felice, the early contemporary channel, in 1592. Even though it’s more likely that it was essentially discarded when Ferdinando... read more

Original Water Delivery Techniques in The City Of Rome
With the building of the 1st raised aqueduct in Rome, the Aqua Anio Vetus in 273 BC, people who lived on the city’s hillsides no longer had to depend strictly on naturally-occurring spring water for their demands. Outside of these aqueducts and springs, wells and rainwater-collecting cisterns were the sole techniques around at the time to supply water to areas of greater elevation. Starting in the sixteenth century, a newer method was introduced, using Acqua Vergine’s subterranean portions to... read more

Large Outdoor Fountains As Water Elements
Garden wall fountains are important additions to your living areas such as yards, yoga studios, cozy patios, apartment balconies, or office complexes. The soothing sounds of trickling water from this kind of feature please the senses of sight and hearing of anyone closeby. The most important... read more

The Many Styles of Wall Fountains
You can decide to put your wall-mounted feature on an preexisting wall or build it into a new wall. Incorporating this type of water feature into your landscape brings a cohesiveness to the look you want to achieve rather than making it seem as if the fountain was merely added later. read more

Anglo-Saxon Grounds During the Norman Conquest
The introduction of the Normans in the second half of the 11th century irreparably improved The Anglo-Saxon lifestyle. The ability of the Normans exceeded the Anglo-Saxons' in architecture and agriculture at the time of the conquest. However the Normans had to pacify the overall territory before they could focus on home life, domestic architecture, and... read more

The Many Good Reasons to Include a Wall Fountain
Spouting or cascading fountains are not the best choice for a small backyard since they need a great deal of space. There are two types of fountains to choose from including the freestanding version with a flat back and an attached basin set up against a fence or a wall in your yard, or the wall-mounted, self-contained version which is hung directly on a wall. Be sure to include a fountain mask to an existing wall and a basin to collect the water at the base if you wish to add a fountain to your living area. It is best not to ... read more

The Early Society: Outdoor Fountains
Fountains and Water and the Minoan Civilization They not only aided with the water supplies, they extracted rainwater and wastewater as well. They were for the most part constructed from clay or rock. Anytime terracotta was employed, it was normally for canals as well as water pipes which came in... read more

Fountains Hydro-statics for Dummies
All liquids in a state of equilibrium exert energy on the materials it comes in contact with. There exist two types of force, hydrostatic energies and external forces. The liquid applies the very same amount of force to the varied spots that it comes in contact with, provided that the surface is standard. All points on an object’s surface are affected by vertical pressure when the object is entirely submerged in a liquid... read more