Tag Archives: Hamilton County

May 16, 2022

Retention Ponds

The differences between retention ponds and personal ponds are important in understanding how to manage them. Often a home owner in a homeowner’s association will falsely believe that their property is located on a pond. However, truth be told, they are actually living on a retention pond or retention basin. There is one major difference […]

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March 7, 2022

Dog Champs: Your Dog & Our Services

Ponds and dogs – they almost seem synonymous! Our team of Pond Champs loves your canines and we even carry treats for them! While most dogs we meet are friendly, there are circumstances in which a loose canine can hinder or even prevent us from treating your pond. If your dog runs loose on your […]

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January 20, 2022

NEW! Refer a Friend

There is nothing that says excellent service like a referral. We typically get referrals from current customers, so we decided to offer our current customers a reward for passing our name along. If you refer a friend or family and they sign up, you will receive $50.00 and (1) free Muck Treatment towards the following […]

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November 24, 2021

Pond Dyes

Why do we love pond dye? Many think it’s just for aesthetics, but it has more purpose than that! Pond dye can help improve your pond water’s quality and clarity. When you decide to forgo pond dye, this not only unlocks the door for weeds & algae, but opens the door wide open for them […]

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October 8, 2021

When Will the 2022 Quotes Be Ready?

Typically, we would be able to offer quotes at any time. Due to the current circumstances with ever-changing fuel and chemical costs, we have put a pause on making quotes for the 2022 season until we have a better idea on where these prices stand closer to the season kickoff. We apologize for this inconvenience. […]

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August 30, 2021

Coontail Pond Weed

Coontail is a common native freshwater plant that stays completely submersed and is more commonly found earlier on in the pond treatment season. Coontail is one of the only pants that can pollinate completely under water. This plant is free floating, but the leaf structure will modify to allow the plant to attach to the […]

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July 12, 2021

Pond Turnovers

A pond turnover is a natural event that can occur in any pond. The oxygen-rich upper layer of the pond drops and mixes with the bottom layers of the pond, which lack oxygen and are full of toxic gasses and muck. This reduces the overall oxygen levels that are often times insufficient for fish survival. […]

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May 24, 2021

Ponds & Paws: Donation Drive For Humane Fort Wayne

Pond Champs is proud to announce the first annual Ponds & Paws, a month-long donation drive to benefit Humane Fort Wayne! During the month of June, several locations will be continuously collecting donations greatly needed by our furry friends at Humane Fort Wayne. Two live events will also be held for gathering donations. The items […]

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May 20, 2021

It’s Just a Pond: Customer Expectations

Spring time is notoriously rough on ponds. Unfavorable temperatures and weather can hinder some of our applications ineffective, which can be understandably frustrating to pond owners. We feel your pain! As we are leaving cooler days behind and headed towards summer, one of our most important steps to pond management is to manage customer expectations. […]

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