Originated From
AOL Search

What causes bubbles in a water feature-Leaves?

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

2 Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest
Votes

The bubbles may simply be air.  Also, decomposition of organic material creates gasses that can create bubble that attach to debris (like leaves) floating in your water feature. Please contact Lewis Landscaping for more details about water features.

Ask a Question... We'll forward it to people who know

More Questions

Is It A Bubble

The leftist Muslim Atheist poster has put in over 4 nonstop hours of posting under his alias Bill J With 67 posts so far. How sad and lonely can someones life be? He will continue to do this until the wee hours in the morning under several more aliases. HE HAS JUST SWITCHED OVER TO HIS ALIAS BROTHER ...

I've noticed an Orange stain where my water drips into my bathroom sink

Since it is orange, my thought is rust from old pipes.

Might we have a moment of peace?

ROCMIKE LOVES HIS GAY PORN AND THE STUPID IDIOT IS STILL POSTING UNDER ALIASES THAT GO TO HIS MIKE DYKES FACEBOOK PROFILE PAGE.---------------------------------------------------------------Rocmike has posted under Renner the gay fake Marine and Brother Biil. Both of these names go to his Mike Dykes ...

What can cause oily water in a small block chevy v-8 engine with

The leftist Muslim Atheist poster has put in over 4 nonstop hours of posting under his alias Bill J With 67 posts so far. How sad and lonely can someones life be/ He will continue to do this until the wee hours in the morning under several more aliases. HE HAS JUST SWITCHED OVER TO HIS ALIAS BROTHER ...