Illinois ( IL ) Pond Contractor Services Network Members
"The Land of Lincoln"
Our Illinois Pond Contractor Services Network Members are passionate about creating one of a kind Fish Ponds and Waterfalls for your outdoor living area. Their professionalism and belief in customer service combined with an unbridled passion for Water Features and Ponds allows them to assist their customers in turning their dreams into reality.
Browse our contractor listings below to find a
Pond Contractor Services Network Member In Illinois.
Gem Ponds - Naperville, Wheaton, Dupage County
Gem Ponds - Naperville, Wheaton, Dupage County. You've found the complete source for all of your pond contracting needs. Gem Ponds is a pond contractor that specializes in Pond Design, Pond Installation, Pond Renovations, Pond service, Pond Clean-outs, and Pond maintenance.
Aqua Landscapes - Carol Stream, West Chicago, Dupage County
Aqua Landscapes - Serving Carol Stream, West Chicago, Dupage County & Chicagoland Illinois area. In 2014 Aqua landscapes achieved an Aquascape Top Frog (Top 100 Aquascape Pond Contractors in the nation) award .
ADG Ponds - Downers Grove, Naperville, Dupage County
Artistic Design Garden Ponds is the premier Pond Contractor and Pond Maintenance & installation company in the Downers Grove, Naperville, Dupage County & Chicagoland area.
Ponds Inc. Of Illinois - St Charles, Geneva, Kane County Illinois
Ponds Inc of Illinois - Located in the St Charles, Geneva, Kane County area Ponds Inc. is a Chicagoland Pond Contractor that is based on the belief that we are NOT like the "WE DO IT ALL" landscape companies.
Frontier Ponds - Union, McHenry County
Frontier Ponds is a full service pond installer serving the Chicagoland area including the counties of McHenry, Lake, Dupage, Kane & Cook.
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Climate Information for Owning a Backyard Fish Pond in Illinois
Illinois has a climate that varies widely throughout the year. Because of its nearly 400-mile distance between its northernmost and southernmost extremes, as well as its mid-continental situation, most of Illinois has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfa), with hot, humid summers and cold winters. The southern part of the state, from about Carbondale southward, has a humid subtropical climate (Koppen Cfa), with more moderate winters. Average yearly precipitation for Illinois varies from just over 48 inches (1,219 mm) at the southern tip to around 35 inches (889 mm) in the northern portion of the state. Normal annual snowfall exceeds 38 inches (965 mm) in the Chicago area, while the southern portion of the state normally receives less than 14 inches (356 mm). The all-time high temperature was 117 °F (47 °C), recorded on July 14, 1954, at East St. Louis, while the all-time low temperature was −36 °F (−38 °C), recorded on January 5, 1999, at Congerville. A temperature of −37 °F (−39 °C), was recorded on January 15, 2009, at Rochelle.