Value Propositions
In recent years, most watershapers have had to speak up in defense of their projects when prospective clients start asking questions about water use and how a pool or pond or fountain can possibly represent a sustainable use of a precious natural resource. These questions even come from those who are fully committed to making water a part of a business or civic setting or a feature in a home environment:  They're looking for ways of
#13: Volleyball Plus
Homeowners often come to the watershape-purchasing process with very specific ideas in mind.  Maybe they want a venue exclusively for lap swimming, or a fountain to wash out traffic noise, or a finely finished monument to their refined taste in tile and stone.  That's great, and it's fairly easy to tailor a design to meet these needs. More often, however, clients