Any person can acquire a small reservoir on the territory of his site. There is nothing complicated in this process, so any person who knows how to hold in his hands will cope with this matter.
First of all, it is necessary to decide what will be the basis for the reservoir, you can buy a special plastic or polymer base, you can make a base of concrete or clay, we advise you to opt for special forms for reservoirs. Firstly, they are not expensive, secondly, they have different geometric forms, thirdly, there will be less problems when installing than if you deal with the solution.
After buying a bathtub for a reservoir, we determine the size of the site, take a shovel in our hands and dig a foundation pit under the bath, we hope you have not taken a bath for this, and with the pit you will manage for half an hour. Size can be measured with pegs, or you can eye. The depth of your pit should match the depth of the bathtub, and even better if you make the foundation pit 10-15 cm deeper and larger so that the bathtub fits in it completely.
Around the reservoir you can make a sand pillow so that there are no distortions during installation. It is advisable to check the structure using the level after installation, there should be no distortions. The gap between the bathroom and the pit must be filled with sand while you start filling the pool with water so that the walls do not pout under pressure from water or sand, so they compensate for each other.
It is advisable to water the sand from time to time with water, it will sit down better and denser, and you will not have empty places between the pit and the bathroom. Do not forget to control the level of the bath, in no case should it be allowed to skew. Therefore, all work should go evenly throughout the circumference, so as not to create distortions.
After you got to the upper layer of the Earth, tamp the sand and you can begin to design your pool. Here everything is at the mercy of your imagination, someone lays pebbles around the circle, someone plant plants around the pond, leaving one side open for the path so that you can access the pond, and someone can make a children’s pool out of this. Forms for pools can be very different, but you are unlikely to find a natural pond of square sizes, so most often preferences are given to round or oval forms.