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Old 11-02-2003, 10:25 PM
James & Julie Fields
 
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I have a question that needs some help. I am looking for a good way to keep
my pond warmer in the winter time. I have thought about solar heat . My pond
is about 1000 gals,. Any suggestions on a low cost way to heat it ? It is an
above ground 8'longx3.5'wide x 2.5 ' deep.. rectangular..

thanks



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"James & Julie Fields" wrote in message
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I have a question that needs some help. I am looking for a good way to

keep
my pond warmer in the winter time. I have thought about solar heat . My

pond
is about 1000 gals,. Any suggestions on a low cost way to heat it ? It is

an
above ground 8'longx3.5'wide x 2.5 ' deep.. rectangular..

thanks


I don't know how true this info is, but I have heard that you could use
sterafoam sheets on the surface to hold the heat in, but I guess
a person would need to tie it down some how when it gets windy.

Here in Reno it doesn't get cold enough to pitch a greenhouse over our pont
in the winter, but I've been thinking about that option.





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