Fountain FAQs


New Production Equipment at Adagio Water Features

Adagio Water Features currently offer a variety of Natural Slates and Marbles in many different sizes, including Green and Multicolor (Raja) Slates, Green and Brown Rainforest Marbles, Black Spider Marble and Magnifico Travertine. With the water feature industry growing, Adagio is continuously expanding the water feature styles they offer along with metal trims and water surface options. Recently they expanded their Rainforest Marbles to be offered in the Reflection and Whispering Creek Collections. The new production equipment consists of a Bridge Saw with a rotating table. This will make it possible for Adagio to acquire unique slabs of stone from...

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Creek Collection is now available in Natural Rainforest Marbles

Adagio Water Features announces that the Reflection Creek and Whispering Creek are being offered in Green and Brown Marble. Adagio reports the sales of water features offering Natural Rainforest Marble water surfaces has steadily increased over the last 18 months. Justin Combs, General Manager of Adagio, reports that dealers and customers are constantly asking for marble options on more water feature models. Consequently, effective January 1, 2016 the popular Rainforest Green and Brown Marble, all natural, solid stones will be offered on the Reflection Creek and Whispering Creek models. The Creek Collection consists of the Reflection Creek, a horizontal water...

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Adagio Water Features Trade Show Dates for January 2016

The New Year is approaching fast which means more Trade Shows! Each year Adagio attends the Atlanta Americas Mart, Las Vegas World Market and High Point Market in High Point North Carolina. We usually attend each of these shows a couple times a year. But this January we will be closing our Showroom at the Atlanta Americas Mart. This will be our last show so make sure to stop by! Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest to get the latest Adagio news, picture, Trade Show posts and updates!   Trade Show Schedule for January:                 Atlanta...

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Indoor Water Fountains Can Assist in Keeping Everyone Healthy This Winter

As winter approaches, so does the season of colds, dry skin, bloody noses, and cracked lips. Increasing the humidity in a home or office can help reduce these problems. An indoor water fountain is not only a great way to add humidity to a room; it also adds beauty and creates a peaceful atmosphere. As the holidays approach, the tranquility a wall water fountain provides is much appreciated. The heat that comes from furnaces and stoves dries out our air. According MotherNature.com, dermatology professor Hillard H. Pearlstein of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine says that humidity levels can drop...

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Adagio Water Features History

Adagio has a very interesting history to share. It is said that small business is the backbone of America. Well, here is our story in a nutshell. The first rudimentary water feature was created by Jeff Geddes in his high school metal shop class in Logan, Utah in 1984 (pictured to the right). It wasn’t until 2001 that Jeff teamed up with Alan Combs and Dan Jones to form a company and begin production and sales of their first water feature. Stones were imported from India and copper and stainless steel were fabricated by Alpha Systems, Inc. of Midvale, Utah....

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How to Clean Your Indoor Wall Water Fountain

The magnificence of an indoor water fountain is something everyone can appreciate. The soothing sounds have a calming effect while the running water can be mesmerizing. No one wants to ruin this beauty with algae or mineral deposits. The following are simple steps that we have found to help keep an indoor wall water fountain clean and running smoothly for all to enjoy. 1 – Use distilled water. This is different than osmosis water or soft water. The process of distilling water removes the minerals and impurities from the water so they cannot collect as readily in a water...

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Stop Algae Growth in Your Indoor Water Fountain

Listening to the soothing sounds of running water is a great way to keep calm during a stressful day or to relax after a long day at work. Enjoying your indoor water feature should be easy. But what happens when you get algae growing in the water? No one enjoys the look or smell of the algae, which can ruin your ability to enjoy it. But, we have found a few simple ways to stop the algae growth. Algae can grow anywhere there is light and water. Using distilled water in your water fountain will help reduce the amount of...

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Freestanding Fountain Instructional Video

We just completed our Freestanding Water Feature Installation Instructional Video! Watch it here or on YouTube with this link.    

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