This feature was install in Orange County.
See how this became from almost start to finish.
We will explain as we move forward.
First and foremost we or you have to measure and find what is and is not square.
Then it is recommended to make a cardboard mock up, or you may be making a second feature. We don't mind.
Shop testing for water flow, leaks and function.
This is just brushed metal and once the testing is complete, then off to the powder coat company for a clear coat to protect the metal.
Thee are 2 separate water pumps installed for two different functions.
Crandresh 1 Fire Water Feature from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
Water Testing at the shop.
Just installed, fit awesome! The pit was actually 1/2" out of square. This opening had no square corners.
Trapezoid/ parallelogram, wow, and not level. Not aproblem.
Level the pan for water
First time fill with water. There is a auto fill built into the feature.
And turn it on.
The base glass used was Blue Green Base Glass
Crandresh added blue color to the water for effect.
Then he ran out of blue, so he added green, go figure.
Now we turned on the fire.
Crandresh added a few colors:
Red E.D. Diamonds,
Black Base Glass,
Orange R140 Topper, This turn a very vibrant RED when hot then turns back to Orange,
Cobalt Blue Base Glass
Crandresh Fire Water Feature 2 from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
Crandresh Water Fire Feature 3 from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
MVI_3925 from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
Crandresh Fire and Water Feature 5 from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
Under the water fall edge is lighting which is concealed. We will post as soon as Crandresh sends us a video of the evening.
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