Sawyer Waterscaping


Cheyenne Pet Clinic

The Cheyenne Pet Clinic Project was completed in 2014.  We removed sod and rock to completely replace it with xeriscaping and a custom fire hydrant waterfall.


Prentice-Surbrugg Refurbish (2017)

Here is a list of the items we refurbished on this pond that we originally installed in 2008

 Pond & Flagstone Refurbish           

  • Remove existing flagstone steppers and cobble stone
    • Use some for the floating steppers
  • Build new walls with thinner flagstone.
    • 6 pallets of Colorado Buff Flagstone
    • Buff Breeze will be used in between the flagstone.
    • Also adding large moss boulders for a more robust and natural wall
    • Natural moss outcroppings
    • Concrete backfill
    • All stones hand cut and placed
  • Floating Buff Steppers to cross the pond
    • Includes concrete bases
  • Includes small flagstone sitting pad on East end of pond.

Moss Boulders – 26 additional ton

  • Placing boulders on the North end of the pond – to balance out the pond
  • Creating moss outcroppings around flagstone and North end of the pond
    • Create a better habitat for fish to hide
  • Concrete in some of the existing waterfall boulders

Suction Filtration System 

  • Using Stacked Slate Urns to return the water

Upgrade lighting System to LED Lights 

Volk – Basalt Column Fountains

Basalt is a volcanic rock and one of the most common types of rock in the world. Although it is common, it is rare to find the long solid columns of basalt that we use in our products. The skin or crust on the outside of the columns will have a patina that ranges from beige to red to black and will often contain a multitude of colors. The inside of basalt is black and polishes up to a rich luster.

It is a dense crystalline material, weighing in at 188 pounds per cubic foot, about 10% heavier than granite. In the state of Washington there are many basalt column formations. In some areas the flows cooled at a relatively rapid rate, forcing them to contract which caused horizontal fracturing. This gives basalt columns their unique 5 and 6 sided shapes.

The Volk’s columns are from Idaho and are from Columbia Basin outcropping along the Columbia River.

Barnes Residence (FountainFalls)

This 2014 project consists of a FountainFalls Water Feature and a small area of xeriscaping.  Sod was first removed because of poor drainage. We then edged the area and excavated for the small pond-less water feature.  FountainFalls are small water features that we came up with around 2005. They are great in flat, small areas. Water flows over one or two large boulders while dropping directly into a pond-less reservior. We can build them using either fractured granite boulders or large moss rock boulders.

The materials used were:

  • Granite Boulders
  • TT3000 gph TidalWave pond pump
  • 1800 Atlantic Pond Vault
  • 10′ x 10′ of 45 mil pond liner & underlayment
  • 3/4″ granite Chip
  • drought tolerant plants

Terfehr Pondless (2014)

The Terfehr Pondless waterfall was installed in August 2014.

  • 25’ long stream
  • 26” wide waterfall spillway
  • 15’ x 50’ of liner
  • Mini Pond Vault
  • PAF 75 – 5950 GPH (2 year warranty)
  • TCA20 Check Valve Assembly
  • FP20 – 40’ roll of 2” flexible PVC pipe
  • 18 ton of Moss Boulders
  • 5 ton of Cobble
  • 5 ton of landscaping rock

Kincheloe Pond-less & Flagstone Patio


Imig Pond Makeover Project

The Imig pond project was completed in August of 2016.  We replaced a 12 year old pond that we had constructed in 2004.  The new owners, wanted to improve and enhance the pond from it’s out dated state.

The project included a large flagstone viewing area and a large amount of moss boulder outcroppings.

Here is a list of the materials that we used:

  • (2) 26″ wide ProFalls Spillways
  • (1) 19″ wide ProFalls Spillway
  • 50′ x 50′ EPDM Liner and Underlayment
  • 1800 Series Pond Vault
    • this was used for the bottom suction filtration
  • (2) TT9,000 GPH TidalWave Pond Pumps
  • (1) TT3,000 GPH TidalWave Pond Pump
  • EasyPro Pond Skimmer
  • 75′ of 2″ Flexible PVC Piping
  • 100′ of straight PVC pipe for bottom suction filtration system
  • 24 ton of Moss Boulders
  • LED above ground & under water lighting system
  • 6 ton of Colorado Red Flagstone

Mossey Residence (Pond-less)

Constructed in the Spring of 2016, this backyard hangout has a little bit of everything!

Here is the quick list:

Water Feature

  • 45’ long stream
  • (2) 26” wide waterfall spillways
  • 15’ x 65’ of liner & underlayment
  • 2300 Pond Vault
  • (2) PAF 75’s – 6,000 GPH (1 year warranty)
  • 50’ roll of 3” flexible PVC pipe
  • 24 ton of fractured Granite, 5 ton of Cobble, 5 ton of landscaping rock
  • Auto-fill
  • Copper Ionizer
  • Price includes labor & installation
  • Spillway bowl


  • 22 x 25 flagstone patio w/ stacked edges
  • Fire Pit
  • (8) flagstone treads
  • 60 Plant Package
  • Granite Boulders 16 ton
  • Cobble River Rock 30 ton
  • Gorilla Hair Mulch 10 yards
  • Drip system and Sprinkler repair
  • Weed Barrier and stakes
  • ¾” Granite Chips ton (13)
  • 9 trees
  • Labor and installation
  • Complete LED Lighting System

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Creel Residence (Pond-less)

We had a blank canvas with the Creel’s backyard.  They wanted their patio larger while enjoying the peaceful sounds of a small water feature.  In addition, we essentially landscaped their entire backyard..with the excellent work of Danny and his crew from Green Lawn Care, who completed the irrigation lines and the sod.

The biggest challenge for us on this project was adding additional living space while raising the elevation of the steeply sloping yard. All in all we added a large flagstone patio with a gas fire pit and a 7′ pond-less waterfall.



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Joannides Residence (Pond-less)

The Joannides Pond-less Waterfall was built in the Spring of 2014.  It consists of over a 50′ stream that twists and turns through large moss boulders as it drops more the 15 vertical feet.  The use of over 30 tons of boulders and buff flagstone treads, allows this natural water feature to blend right into the hillside of lodgepole pines.  The large steppers wind and cross the stream in two places allowing for very close access to the feature.

The following materials were used:

  1.  26″ Profalls Spillway from Atlantic Watergardens
  2. 15′ x 60 of EPDM pond liner and underlayment
  3. 2300 Large Pond Vault by Altantic Watergardens
  4. PAF 75 TidalWave Pond Pump
  5. 20 ton of Moss Boulders
  6. 20 ton of Colorado Buff Flagstone Treads (10-15″ thick)
  7. Auto-Fill
  8. Complete Low Voltage Lighting System

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