Fountainscapes offer a unique and creative way to decorate any outdoor living or business space. Our handcrafted decorative fountains are made of the highest-quality materials, adding elegance anywhere you choose to place them.
Many of our fountains sit on top of underground basins, creating the illusion of water disappearing into the ground. This recirculating design makes our fountains both beautiful and eco-friendly.
How a Fountainscape Works
This is the main part of your water feature. Choose from a wide range of styles and sizes: stacked stone urns (shown above), stacked stone spheres, natural basalt columns, bubbling stones, poly-resin critters and more.
Because the base of most fountains sits underground, you can surround your water feature with whatever you want: plants, decorative pebbles or whatever else you can think of.
Sturdy, out-of-sight pipes help water recirculate throughout your eco-friendly fountainscape.
While the water in a fountainscape looks like it’s disappearing into the ground, it’s actually going into underground water storage blocks. The water recirculates from these blocks back up through the fountain.
The pump is the heart of your fountainscape’s circulation system. It’s what keeps the water flowing. We use high-quality, energy-efficient pumps that require little maintenance.
Our Service Areas Include Most Of Eastern Long Island
Contact us to see how we can design the water feature of your dreams.
3 Reasons to Add a Fountain to Your Landscape
1. Low Maintenance
It doesn’t get much more low-maintenance than a fountain. Just top off the water and give your feature an occasional cleaning as needed.
2. Lots of Options
Fountainscapes come in just about every size, shape, cost and material imaginable. Let us help you find the perfect fountain for your space.
Fountainscapes let you enjoy the sight and sound of water in even the smallest space.
Designing & Installing Fountains throughout The Hamptons Area of Suffolk County, NY
We build fountainscapes throughout Eastern Long Island, including Manorville, Riverhead, West Hampton, Quogue, East Quogue, Hampton Bays, Suffolk, Southampton, Watermill, Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Springs, Amagansett, Montauk and more.