When it comes to your lakes and ponds, it is important to understand the quality of your water to find effective solutions to enhance the overall health and aesthetic of your waterways. Our aquatic specialists at The Lake Doctors utilize our top-quality materials, specialized equipment, and innovative techniques to test the basic water chemistry of your lakes to determine elemental components and profound resolutions.
Our customers are the backbone of our company. It is our mission to help our customers have beautiful and healthy water year round. As a token of our gratitude, we are pleased to offer our new clients a free aquatic survey that provides them with a comprehensive and complementary assessment of their water. When you receive a free aquatic survey, you will receive a full report that tests the water quality and provides effective proposals that can improve your waterways.
We offer a wide variety of services including annual management programs, lake algae control services, fish stocking, lake mapping, mosquito control, fountain and aeration system installations, and much more. If you are interested in learning more about our services, or you would like to schedule your free aquatic survey, contact us today at 1 (800) 666-5253.
At The Lake Doctors, we strive to help property owners care for their waterways through our aquatic weed control and algae treatments. Our lake management services are designed to solve your existing problems while creating a healthy atmosphere for future growth by using top-quality materials, specialized equipment, and innovative techniques. There are many reasons to remove aquatic weeds and algae to help sustain the ecosystem. Below we list common things that can occur when you leave your aquatic weeds to grow uncontrollably.
- When your lakes and ponds become overwhelmed with aquatic weeds, fishing and watersports can become dangerous and difficult.
- Aquatic weeds can consume a large portion of your oxygen levels in the water, causing harm to the overall ecosystem.
- Overgrown algae can disrupt the natural flow of water and can alter boat traffic.
- Too many algae and aquatic weeds can harm fish and wildlife, resulting in larger issues.
We strive to educate our clients on the importance of regular water maintenance. Our annual water management program offers property owners peace of mind by providing monthly inspections and treatments by our licensed aquatic biologists. It is our goal to help you have beautiful lakes and waterways all year round. If you are interested in learning more about our aquatic services, contact us today at 1 (800) 666-5253.