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Can you help with New Hampshire dock bubbler?

 here is the question i asked a competitor - no response - please help.

as I looked over my dock - I realized the loop was complicated by the rocks forming a crib underneath.

I have included a drawing for you study. My idea would be to bubble from about 9 feet out from shore - note the post at that point. This would give 10" of water in the winter.

The deep end winter depth would be 2' 10".


If we did a loop along the perimeter of the dock from the 9' point on one side to the other it would be about 126'. Instead of going underneath the dock I would simply stay outside and double back the loop on itself - would that work? This would avoid crawling underneath the dock to connect the loop.

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Sometimes it isn't easy to get a response is it? Just because a website advertises a product at a good price doesn't mean that you can actually get your questions answered. It's always a good idea to evaluate the response time of emails and messages when deciding if you want to click and buy a product online...

For your New Hampshire dock...You'rs is a pretty eeasy set-up. I'm sending a rough sketch of where you can put the weighted deicing hose. Basicially it is in an arc going out into deeper water. You'd want to use about 50' of the bubbler hose.

There is more information on the deicing packages we have available here: http://www.thepondreport.com/store/dock-bubblers-deicer-systems/dock-bubbler-systems

Probably the small system would be fine. Comes with tubing and fittings, just put the pump in some sort of shelter or build a littlew doghouse for it, run weighted tubing to the deicer tubing and plug one end.

You can add an optional thermostat timer if you want to operate it only when below freezing.

If you have any questions let us know by email.

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