Adagio Water Features Blog


Brian S. Margolis, D.D.S., P.C.

Brian S. Margolis, D.D.S., P.C. Practice limited to Periodontics with services in Implant Surgery, sent us pictures of his beautiful 5 year old Sunrise Springs feature! He planned his office around this feature so that his clients would pass it as they walked from the waiting room to the patient rooms. His feature is done in Rustic Copper metal trim and Green Featherstone Slate! He did a wonderful job at designing his office and showcasing his fountain! Thank you for the pictures and your business Brian , we are happy that you are still enjoying your Adagio Water...

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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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Lives Are Honored with Personalized Water Features

When someone has made a great contribution to society or had a positive effect on the lives of many people, society wants to remember and honor them with a memorial. There are statues of past Presidents, monuments that honor battle victories, memorials for fallen soldiers, and many other ways the service and lives of those who have had a great impact on our country are recognized.   While these recognitions are important and there are many who have dedicated their lives to help our nation, there are people who have an important influence in personal lives that aren’t as widely...

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Tips for Good First Impressions for Businesses

  It takes only three to five seconds to make a first impression, according to Forbes Magazine. For a business, it is critical that the first impression be positive and reflects business values. If a client starts with a poor impression of a business, they are not likely to buy anything or want to return. They will also share their thoughts about a business with others, which results in even fewer sales. The following tips will help create an important good first impression. 1 – Clean up outside. The very first impression is made when pulling into the parking lot...

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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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5 Decorating Ideas to Promote Relaxation at Home

Creating a peaceful and relaxing environment at home is a goal for most families. “There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort” – Jane Austin. The following ideas are simple ways to make a home more inviting and create the tranquil feeling everyone desires. 1 – Create a feel-good focal point in your entryway – Prevention magazine suggests the first that is seen when walking into a home should be something beautiful that is loved. This could be a piece of art, flowers, or an indoor water fountain.  If the first impression when entering a home is positive,...

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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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Dental Office Water Fountain

Redwood City Smile Dental shared their beautiful wate feature with us.  This is a Teton Falls Water fountain with Stainless Steel trim and silver mirror. Thank you for sharing!





Pink noise can help you relax better than white noise

Most people have heard of white noise, but may not know there is a whole spectrum of noises described by different colors. Each color has a different range of frequencies that stimulate different emotions. According to mediacollege.com, they range from black noise, which most commonly refers to silence with occasional spikes, to purple noise, which contains more energy as the frequency increases, to white noise, which contains and equal amount of energy in all frequency bands. The term “white noise” has been used to describe any sound that is constant and blocks out other noises. Multiple studies are now finding...

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Cascade Springs Now in Marble

When we started selling wall water fountains in 2001, the only water surface options were three colors of natural slate. We have slowly expanded our line to include not only wall water features, but freestanding water features as well.  With this expansion have come more customer options to personalize water features and match individual styles and preferences. In 2008 the water surface options had just expanded to include Rainforest Green Marble, Rainforest Brown Marble, and Black Spider Marble, in the Inspiration Falls and Sunrise Springs lines. The marble was so popular, the freestanding water fountain lines expanded to include all three marble options...

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