Pets and Fountains

Use a Outdoor Water fountain To Help Boost Air Quality

Use a Outdoor Water fountain To Help Boost Air QualityUse Outdoor Water fountain Help Boost Air Quality 572504651674088346.jpg You can beautify your living area by installing an indoor wall fountain. Your senses and your wellness can benefit from the installation of one of these indoor features. The science behind the idea that water fountains can be good for you is unquestionable. The negative ions emitted by water features are offset by the positive ions produced by contemporary conveniences. The negative ions produced by these kinds of water features overtake the positive ones resulting in positive changes to both your psychological and physical wellness. The increased serotonin levels arising from these types of features make people more attentive, serene and energized. The negative ions generated by indoor wall fountains promote a better mood as well as get rid of air impurities from your home. In order to rid yourself of allergies, impurities in the air and other annoyances, ensure you install one of these. And lastly, dust particles and microbes in the air are eliminated and lead to improved health.

Back Story of Outdoor Fountains

Back Story of Outdoor Fountains Hundreds of ancient Greek records were translated into Latin under the auspices of the scholarly Pope Nicholas V, who led the Roman Catholic Church from 1397 to 1455.Back Story  Outdoor Fountains 12317370521.jpg It was imperative for him to beautify the city of Rome to make it worthy of being called the capital of the Christian world. Starting in 1453, the ruined ancient Roman aqueduct known as the Aqua Vergine which had brought clean drinking water into the city from eight miles away, underwent reconstruction at the behest of the Pope. The ancient Roman tradition of marking the arrival point of an aqueduct with an magnificent celebratory fountain, also known as a mostra, was restored by Nicholas V. At the bidding of the Pope, architect Leon Battista Alberti undertook the construction of a wall fountain in the place where we now find the Trevi Fountain. Modifications and extensions, included in the repaired aqueduct, eventually provided the Trevi Fountain and the well-known baroque fountains in the Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Navona with the necessary water supply.

A Small Garden Area? You Can Have a Water Feature too! Since water causes a reflection, smaller spaces will appear bigger.Water features such as fountains profit from the reflective qualities coming from dark materials.... read more


Rome’s Ingenious Water Delivery Solutions With the construction of the 1st elevated aqueduct in Rome, the Aqua Anio Vetus in 273 BC, folks who lived on the city’s hillsides no longer had to rely solely on naturally-occurring spring water for their demands.... read more


Wall Fountains: The Minoan Civilization Archaeological digs in Minoan Crete in Greece have uncovered varied types of channels.These delivered water and eliminated it, including water from waste and deluges.... read more


The Father Of Rome's Fountain Design There are countless popular fountains in the city center of Rome.Nearly all of them were designed, architected and constructed by one of the greatest sculptors and designers of the 17th century, Gian Lorenzo Bernini.... read more