Pond Pumps

At GardenSite we sell a large variety of pond pumps from some of the world's most renowned pump manufacturers such as Oase, Hozelock and Bermuda.

We stock fountain pumps to give you a decorative spray, solids handling pond pumps to pump water to your filter or waterfall, all in one filter pumps which will clean the water together with circulating to create a healthy pond and lots of spare parts too.

Most of our brands also come with a manufacturers guarantee to give you peace of mind which ranges from 1-5 years depending on the brand, this will be stated on individual product pages.

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View all Pond Pumps

View all Pond Pumps

View all of our pond pumps here including brands such as Oase, Hozelock, Bermuda and many more. This section gives you a glance at all of the pumps which we sell and stock at GardenSite.co.uk
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Filter Pumps

Filter Pumps

Filter Pumps are the best option to maintain a healthy and thriving pond environment. If positioned correctly will handle solids and reduce the build up of pond sludge, effectively reducing the risk of high waste levels that can poison fish. This type of pump is also referred to as a solids pump, sump pump or waterfall pump.
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Fountain Pumps

Fountain Pumps

Fountain Pumps also known as dirty water pumps, do not handle solids and depending on the brand may have an internal sponge filter or will certainly have a small mesh filter to prevent the pump from taking in solids that will damage it or block any attachments.
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Solids Handling Pumps

Solids Handling Pumps

Solids handling, sometimes referred to as dirty water or filter pumps can send solids and water into a filter unit or feed a waterfall.
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Oase Pond Pumps

Oase Pond Pumps

We are a 5 star authorised internet retailer of Oase products. All Oase pond pumps are designed to be economical to run and are built to last, with guarantee periods of up to 5 years. All Oase products are manufactured in Germany.
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Hozelock Pond Pumps

Hozelock Pond Pumps

Our Hozelock range of pond pumps are designed for pond filtration and waterfalls. Their 'solids handling' design means they are capable of shifting large volumes of water into the filtration system without clogging up. Hozelock pumps carry guarantees of up to 3 years.
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Bermuda Pond Pumps

Bermuda Pond Pumps

The new Bermuda range of pond pumps have been designed with the needs of today’s demanding consumer in mind. They offer reliability backed up by a three-year guarantee together with economy. Nine models are available to suit almost any application.
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Fish Mate Pond Pumps

Fish Mate Pond Pumps

Fish Mate pond pumps are ideal for fountains and waterfalls. Manufactured to a very high standard, they include four fountain heads and come with a three year guarantee.
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Blagdon Pond Pumps

Blagdon Pond Pumps

Blagdon pride themselves on producing high quality pond pumps. Midipond pumps have replaced the Amphibious range of pumps. All come complete with 10 metres / 33 feet of electrical cable. They can be used for fountains, waterfalls or just to pump water to your pond filter.
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Laguna Pond Pumps

Laguna Pond Pumps

Max-Flo pumps use a magnetic-driven motor that specialises in generating substantial amounts of water flow but at low cost. Making them not only functional but economical. Experts say that they cost less to run than a 100 watt light bulb.
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Low Voltage Pumps

Low Voltage Pumps

We sell a range of 24v Hozelock low voltage pond pumps. These are designed for safe and easy DIY installation and are just as powerful as their mains voltage equivalent.
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Solar Powered Pumps

Solar Powered Pumps

Economical to run, and also very safe, Solar Powered Pond Pumps are definitely the way to go. Using integral or independent solar panels, these pumps are ideal for ponds where there is no electricity supply and for DIY installation.
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Drainage Pumps

Drainage Pumps

These robust pumps are designed for shifting large volumes of water. They are eminently suitable for emptying flooded cellars, draining pools, in addition to large waterfall and filtration applications.
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Skimmers

Skimmers

Skimmers prevent dust, leaves and other pollutants contaminating pond water with excess external nutrients. They extremely effective in maintaining good water quality and restricting the growth of algae.
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Pond Pump Spares

Pond Pump Spares

It's important to maintain your pond pump to ensure it works effectively over many years. We have a wide range of spares available including impellers, pump housing, fountain nozzles and extension sets together with hose tails and service kits.
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What to consider when purchasing your pond pump

If you have in mind the effect you would like to create or the job you want it to do, then you just need to consider the below options when purchasing your pond pump.

What do you want the pump to do?

Is it a Water Feature or a pond? Feature pumps are designed to run in an enclosed environment, so they are usually smaller without much protection as they don’t normally need it, they normally only pump through a hose too.

Do you need to pump to a filter? If you do, we suggest using a solids handling pump, sometimes known as a dirty water pump, these will send debris straight to the filter rather than clogging up.

Do you want a fountain? They come in different types but all fountains are a spray above the water, normally landing back on the surface of your pond. Fountain pumps are also a good way to add oxygen to a pond.

Will you need to run a waterfall? If you do, you need to know how wide it will be, on a 12 inch wide waterfall you will need 1000 gallons per hour at the mouth of the waterfall.

What size pump do I need?

This again will depend on what you want the pump to do, generally we advise to always buy larger rather than smaller as you can redirect some of the flow, but if the pump is undersized the only option you then have is to buy another new pump.

With regards to fountains, you would pick the size dependant on the height you want the fountain to be, the bigger the pump, would normally mean the higher the fountain.

Always keep in mind the height you want to pump to, as the height increases, the flow rate will decrease as it is fighting against gravity, if you are going to pump up to 3 metres, then you will need a larger pump than if you were to pump 1 metre.