The short answer is, yes. Installing something like a rubber pond liner is essential for keeping your pond filled with water at all times. Since the ground naturally absorbs water, if you don’t have a barrier between the dirt and the water then you won’t have much of a pond by the next day. It is also important to keep dirt, debris, and contaminants from making contact with your fish if you want them to stay healthy. This is why a liner for your koi pond is so important. To make sure your fish have a happy, healthy home.
EPDM Pond Liners
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is a special type of synthetic rubber that sees use in a wide array of applications. One such use is as a koi pond liner since it is so easy to work with. Liners made from EPDM are also super flexible, durable, and resistant to adverse weather conditions. Best of all, it is safe for your fish and won’t leak chemicals as the plastic ones do.
Installing Your Pond Liner
We sell liners for your pond in just about all easy to install shapes and sizes. To measure your newly dug pond, we recommend running a string along the ground for the length of the pond. Then, measure the string to determine the length of the underliner and liner you need. We also recommend adding an extra 1-2 feet to be safe, since you can cut to size later. Then repeat to get the width. We also have boxed and custom cut pond liners for sale to accommodate any design you can think of.