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Rainfall Floor Fountain

  • Dimensions: 49"H x 16"W x 14"D
  • Weight: 89.8 lbs.
  • Illuminated for awesome nighttime viewing
  • Natural slate and copper finish
  • Features a waterfall-style design
  • Suitable for indoor use
  • No plumbing needed; water recirculates throughout the fountain
  • Polished river stones
  • 2 W LED Finger Bulb (2) with waterproof switch
  • Recirculating electric pump
  • 1 year limited manufacturer warranty
  • Shims

    Standing less than 5 feet tall, the Rainfall Floor Fountain will not only lend your space a calming and relaxing ambiance, it will also fill it with the soft, tranquil sounds of flowing water. Featuring strips of slate lining the cylindrical body, giving this freestanding fountain a chic and textured look. A large round basin supports the entire fountain, cradling natural stones that water cascades over once it reaches the bottom. 

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    It is very important for you to protect your cast stone and pottery fountains, birdbaths, planters and statuary from the freeze-thaw cycle during the winter months. Ideally, cast stone and pottery décor that can collect water, should not be left outside when temperatures dip down to freezing. They should be stored indoors or in a dry protected place such as a covered porch or garage that is away from the elements. This is not always possible, so it is recommended that you completely dry out your décor and add a waterproof cover. This is because any cast stone or pottery component that can hold water and freeze has the potential to crack and crumble. Components such as fountain pedestals which remain in a basin/pool can also crack or crumble.

    For more information on winterizing your cast stone fountain and birdbathclick here.

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    Fore more information on winterizing your glazed and terra cotta potteryclick here.

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    • can you hear water falling?

      You can hear the water falling into the bottom basin.