Water Features

W.J.Hatt Ltd takes great pride in the construction of water features that are natural and simple. These can be installed either during the building process of a lake or pond, or retrospectively upon completion. We have created waterfalls, cascades, fountains, piers and jetties on estates and private houses. In addition to this, we have designed and built bespoke water features for clients. See our work on this stunning quartz stone water feature, for example.

We can also modify, install or repair existing structures and water features that are leaking or have suffered damage as and where required.

We offer a complete design and consultancy service. When necessary, we work in conjunction with Allsebrook Pumps to provide cost-effective and reliable solutions. Get in touch to discuss your ideas for small garden or large-scale water features. Please note that we work mainly in the Berkshire and Oxfordshire areas.

Circulating Pump Systems
These stone troughs each house their own pump and flow valve such that water volumes can be easily controlled depending on the quantity of water required. They are also fed by a hidden balance tank which ensures they always remain at the desired level.
Circulating Pump Systems
These stone troughs each house their own pump and flow valve such that water volumes can be easily controlled depending on the quantity of water required. They are also fed by a hidden balance tank which ensures they always remain at the desired level.
Further information

The company has always operated on a very practical level when it comes to constructing water features such as waterfalls or cascades. Though we can always create bespoke designs upon request, our emphasis is very much on traditional-looking features that quickly naturalise. We would always look to hide any artificial butyl liners used, along with using natural rock where ever possible. This creates features that are not overly symmetrical, which works perfectly in our wildlife ponds. Pretentious though it may sound, we believe that features should draw the eye rather than catch it. The only way to achieve this is to go through the designs on site, rather than finalise drawings on a computer beforehand.