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Laguna Pond offers a complete collection of pond pumps including small statuary pumps to fountain pumps, skimmer and filter pumps to large waterfall pumps Laguna is sure to have the right pump for you.


Select a Type of Laguna Pond Pump

Pumps are a big deal here at Laguna Pond Supplies, and we carry a huge selection of pump styles to suit the needs of all backyard pond enthusiasts. Our Laguna pond pumps are top-of-the-line in quality and durability, and we carry all the makes, models, and sizes you need for your pond, fountain, or water feature.

Different Pumps for Different Pools

Garden ponds aren't a one-size-fits-every-backyard kind of endeavor, and your pond could be anything from a small table-top water feature to a decent-sized fish pond to an enormous pond with waterfalls, fountains, and other features. But no matter what kind of garden pond or water feature you have in your yard, most ponds and water elements need pumps to ensure the water circulates, and that there's plenty of oxygen for the plants and fish. And because there are so many unique pond setups out there, we carry a full range of Laguna pond pumps, including:

  • Max-Flo waterfall and filter pumps
  • Statuary pumps
  • PowerJet fountain pumps
  • PowerJet fountain/waterfall kits
  • Small submersible and tabletop pumps
  • All-in-one pumps that contain the pump, filter, and UV light

Sizing Up Your Options

We have pumps with flow rates ranging anywhere from 100 to 6,600 gallons per hour, so no matter how large or small your backyard pond, there's a pump here suitable for your needs. But before you place any order for Laguna pond pumps or other parts and supplies, write down the capacity of your pond to make sure you get a pump with a suitable flow rate. If you end up with a pump that’s too small for your pond, you won’t get the right circulation or aeration, and you could end up with unhealthy plants, water, and fish.

Pond Pump Cleaning and Maintenance

The pump is an important part of your pond’s ecosystem, and you can get the longest life from your pump by performing regular cleaning and maintenance. Not only will this extend the life of the equipment, but it will also ensure that the water in your pond stays clean, clear, and fresh.

Weekly cleaning: Remove the strainer from the pump and clean out any debris that has collected. The strainer is important for keeping debris out of the impeller, and the pump will malfunction if the impeller gets jammed up.

Monthly cleaning: Remove the impeller assembly and clean it. Check for limescale buildup as well. If you find any, soak the parts in a limescale remover.

As necessary: Replace worn or malfunctioning parts as soon as possible to prevent further damage to other components.

If you have any questions before or after you place your order, feel free to reach out by phone, email, or the live chat feature available on our website. We can help you make sure you get the right pump and the right parts to keep your pond clean and healthy. We can also help you out with cleaning and maintenance, discuss fish food, and help you with any other pond-related inquiries you may have.