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Adjustable pool fountain
Can spray to heights of 14 feet; adjustable direction
Fits 1-1/2-inch threaded return fittings; can be swung underwater when not in use
Size:Pack of 4
Create a splash in your in-ground or above-ground pool with the waterfall pool fountain from Heritage Pools. Quick and easy to install, the fountain features adjustable spray direction that can reach heights of 14′ depending on the pump used (requires a 3/4 hp or better).
Size:Pack of 4
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June 11, 2017
April 20, 2017
I attached it to my above ground pool with just a few modifications (I don’t have screw in outlets either).
Honestly I have a $120 pool and this is way over the top but on the other hand…. how have I lived without it!
Love that it is adjustable, in flow, direction and can be folded away so I can put the cover on.
June 14, 2015
**A word of warning however, if your return jets are deeper than a foot or so, this will not stick out of the water and will need to be modified. In my case, my pool’s return jets are about 2′ below the water line so I needed to modify the waterfall to make it work. This just entailed going to the hardware store and getting some 1″ pipe along with a coupler to double the length of the vertical piece. Unfortunately, the white pipe of the waterfall itself is a brilliant, shiny white color while the hardware store pipe is matte off-white. No big deal though as I just made it to where the piece I added is on the bottom half of the joined pipe. You then just solvent weld the pieces together with the coupler and you’re good to go. Believe me, it’s super easy to do and if I can do it, anyone can. The most expensive part of modifying this is the price of the purple primer and cement which is about $7. The extra pipe and coupler is only about $2.**
Overall, this made a nice pool into a great pool. For about $13, you really can’t go wrong. I’ve already ordered another one for my other return jet.
Here in the Houston area, our small in-ground pool normally becomes unusable in late July and August. I was thinking of adding a cooling tower, but for $20 bucks, I figured I’d give this gadget a try. Now I don’t understand why all pools don’t come with a cooling fountain as standard equipment!
The week before I ordered this, the pool temp was 99 degrees and felt like swimming in soup — miserable. The daytime highs still haven’t been under 95 since I received it, but now the pool temp is down to 92, which is perfect! Hard to believe that just squirting some of the water in the air for 6 hours a day on the lowest pump speed would make a difference, but it does. Even on the low speed it squirts about 3′, which is plenty. On the high speed, it squirts more than 10′.
By the way, here’s a tip on keeping the kids (or in our case, dog) from potentially breaking it. Just adjust it so that the spray head is right next to the edge. It doesn’t have to stick straight up like you see in the pictures.
September 4, 2013
I painted mine a light blue to match my liner. Put toothpicks in the holes and spray with a paint that works on plastic. Remove the toothpicks when dry and your kicking. It looks better than just the white PVC.
I have two in my pool. They criss-cross each other for a nice water fountain effect.
June 27, 2016
July 13, 2017