The use of corten steel in garden and landscape design is extensive. Due to its ability to resist the weather, it is also called weathering steel. Landscape architects and garden designers use it to construct retaining walls, planters, and other structures.
When it comes from the mill, corten steel looks like any other steel. The oxidation process, as with lead and aluminium, quickly develops a rusty layer. As a result of the rich patina, further weathering is halted.
Ponds can be flat at ground level, raised or recessed. Standing alone or in groups, butted together, in rows, or even formed into a T shape, the possibilities are endless.
Corten Steel Pond Walls and Fountains can transform your Pond into a stunning water feature. Designed to sit on top of the length of the Cortensteeltube.com Pond, the attached Corten Steel Pond Wall and Fountain is easy to install.
As the Wall sits flush against the Pond, both measurements must be the same. Online ordering is available for Corten Steel Pond Walls and Fountains up to 300cm, bespoke sizes are available for larger Corten Steel Ponds on request.
The Freestanding Corten Steel Pond Wall and Waterfall will produce an impressive display wherever you choose to place it, whether by any size Cortensteeltube.com Pond or another existing pond. A Freestanding Corten Steel Pond Wall can be the same length or depth as the Pond, more comprehensive, narrower, or located off-centre.
Our Corten Steel Ponds feature a wear-resistant polyurea coating on the interior surfaces to ensure the ponds are watertight and won’t leak. Corten Steel Ponds also come with a cable gland for electrical wiring, a 1″ diameter transition for hose connections, and a removable overflow pipe.
In addition to its lovely burnt orange rust colour, Corten Steel can also be used to build very thin walls in gardens, unlike traditional sleepers or stone which are at least 15cm thick.