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Stone Fountains, Bird Baths

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Natural stone fountains are the perfect addition to your home garden, urban areas or company entrance. These water features, waterfalls, sculptured fountains, wall mounted fountains provide your visitors with an elegant centerpiece. Birds need a dependable supply of fresh, clean water for drinking and bathing. Putting a birdbath in your yard may attract birds that don't eat seeds and wouldn't otherwise come to your feeders. Stonecontact.com brings together natural stone fountain manufacturers and wholesalers all around the world to get the unique design of various natural stone water features for you with the best pricing.

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Should bird baths be in sun or shade?

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It is best to keep your bird bath out of direct sunlight so the water doesn't get too hot and undesirable. Placing a bird bath in a sheltered, shady spot can dramatically reduce the evaporation rate of the water so it will not dry out as quickly.

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Which stone is used for the fountain?

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Granite, marble, travertine, limestone and sandstone are generally used in the construction of fountains and bird baths. In fountains in public areas, granite is preferred in terms of durability.

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How do I keep a birdbath clean?

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Mix nine parts of water to one part distilled white vinegar in a bottle or bowl. Pour mixed water and vinegar into the bird bath. Scrub the bird bath with the brush until all debris is loosened.

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Why won't birds go in my birdbath?

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There are several reasons that birds won't come to a birdbath: The water in the bird bath is too deep. The bird bath is too slippery. The bird bath is too far from cover.

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Do pennies keep a bird bath clean?

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You may have heard that putting a few copper pennies will help with keeping bird bath water clean, but is this true? Yes, up to a point. Copper does slow the growth of algae and some bacteria somewhat.

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Can I put rocks in a bird bath?

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Putting stones or rocks in your bird bath will provide a shallow and non-slippery perch to more readily attract small birds. Whether they come to your bird bath for a drink or a bath they may enjoy some strategically placed stones in your bird bath.

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How much do stone fountains cost?

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Stone fountains are built to last. They are heavy, and can come in a variety of shapes and designs. Expect a stone fountain to cost between $500 and $6,000.

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