A fish pond or Water Garden as it is sometimes referred to is made up of many different parts and when those parts are assembled together correctly by a professional builder/installer, they form a beautiful and naturalistic work of art that changes personality with the time of day, the change of the seasons, and the moods of mother nature to enhance your home or business in the Phoenix & Scottsdale areas of Arizona.
When we began our career in landscape contracting in early 2000 (as The Garden Gnome), we knew that we wanted to promote sustainable, desert-wise, outdoor environments for our customers. We also knew that we could create a lush tropical feel using native and desert-adapted plants because we had done it in our own yard. Desert-wise landscaping does NOT have to be a barren wasteland with a few cacti punctuating the scene, nor does a tropical feel have to involve tender water-hungry plants that hate our alkali native soil. We wanted to create human habitats that mirrored the riparian areas that avid hikers and campers stumbled upon while exploring our great State. This, of course, involves the use of natural, organic water features that come as close to Mother Nature's design as possible.
For Cazee Ponds, it all started 12 years ago when we had a Red-Eared Slider magically appear in our swimming pool and, of course, our two kids said "WE HAVE TO KEEP IT"! We quickly jumped to our trusty pal Google and found out we needed much, much, more for this little turtle, than a rinky-dink fish tank. Brad put together a makeshift pond out of parts from a local box store after struggling to find somebody in our local area to build one. Not more than a week later he stated 'it's not big enough, it needs to be bigger", and the rest is history. Brad has always had a passion for the outdoors and aquariums. Being a former pro-fisherman Brad has had involvement in the fish community for over 35 years, from fishing to working at boat dealerships and now building koi ponds. At Cazee Ponds, we strive to bring you a beautiful water feature that can be enjoyed for years and years to come, while also being functional for the average homeowner. We don't want to install a pond for you where you will have ZERO ideas on how to maintain it. We pride ourselves in keeping up with the latest training and technologies so we can teach you how to take care of your water feature. Don't want to take care of it? Great, we also provide service plans!
We specialize in providing access to local Landscape & Outdoor Service businesses for homeowners to research and ultimately contact for their outdoor projects.
Our members consist of Garden Centers & Mulch/Stone Yards, Lawn & Landscape Companies, Pond Contractors, Outdoor Living Specialists, Deck & Patio Contractors & Swimming Pool Companies all located in the state of Arizona (AZ).
Our Arizona (AZ) Garden Centers & Contractor Members are passionate about creating one of a kind Landscape & Outdoor Living Areas for your Arizona home. Their professionalism and belief in customer service combined with an unbridled passion for outdoor projects allows them to assist their customers in turning their dreams into reality. If you’re considering having a water feature, landscaping or outdoor living project installed our businesses servicing Arizona (Az) listed on this page should be your first source for doing research.
You can utilize the map above or the listing grids to locate a business near you. If you live in close to the Arizona (Az) border try searching a nearby state to find your outdoor service professional.
arizona County & Town Reference
arizona State Information
Arizona is in the Southwestern United States as one of the Four Corners states. Arizona is the sixth largest state by area, ranked after New Mexico and before Nevada. Of the state's 113,998 square miles (295,000 km2), approximately 15% is privately owned. The remaining area is public forest and park land, state trust land and Native American reservations. There are 24 National Park Service maintained sites in Arizona, including the three national parks of Grand Canyon National Park, Saguaro National Park, and the Petrified Forest National Park.
Arizona is well known for its desert Basin and Range region in the state's southern portions, which is rich in a landscape of xerophyte plants such as the cactus. This region's topography was shaped by prehistoric volcanism, followed by the cooling-off and related subsidence. Its climate has exceptionally hot summers and mild winters. The state is less well known for its pine-covered north-central portion of the high country of the Colorado Plateau (see Arizona Mountains forests).
Like other states of the Southwest United States, Arizona is marked by high mountains, the Colorado plateau, and mesas. Despite the state's aridity, 27% of Arizona is forest, a percentage comparable to modern-day Romania or Greece. The world's largest stand of ponderosa pine trees is in Arizona. Wikipedia
Use our outdoor service related sites to locate companies in your local area to find the products and services you are looking for to create your dream backyard.