Keeping your lakes, ponds and fisheries ecologically balanced and looking beautiful isn’t a one-time job. It requires consistent care by highly trained lake management professionals. If you wait until a problem reveals itself to take action, chances are you’ll always be playing catch-up, which is why SOLitude believes in proactive management plans to help keep water quality issues from occurring.
Below are case studies highlighting a few of our success stories involving annual management programs.
Annual Management of White Water-Lilies | Bel Air, MD
This property is a large planned residential community located in Bel Air, Harford County, MD. The community’s 0.5-acre waterbody is a stormwater management pond, and had all the associated issues commonly seen in these types of ponds, such as nutrient and sediment pollution...read more.
Managing Algae in a Texas Community Pond | Desoto, TX
This property is a small suburban community located on the outskirts of Dallas, TX. SOLitude Lake Management won the contract in the spring of 2019 for the HOA’s half-acre stormwater pond, which was nearly 100% covered with filamentous algae...read more.
Year Round Duckweed Management | Brentwood, TN
The client contacted SOLitude looking for a solution to an aesthetic issue with his 0.33-acre pond. He had been dealing with duckweed growth over the past few seasons, and had seen the problem steadily become worse. As a private land owner, he had some budget concerns and wanted to keep costs at a minimum...read more.
Stormwater Facility Annual Maintenance | Brunswick County, NC
This school district comprises nearly 20 school campuses, and serves more than 12,500 students. The schools are located along the southeast coastline of North Carolina. There are a number of stormwater management systems on these sites requiring routine inspection and maintenance...read more.
Duckweed Management in Private Pond | Clemmons, NC
In 2015, this client was in the process of purchasing a large private property in Clemmons, NC that had a 12-acre pond on it. The pond was covered with duckweed and they reached out to SOLitude to explore treatment options prior to even purchasing the property...read more.
Annual Management for A Private Pond | Erie, PA
This waterbody is a 6.9-acre private residence pond near Erie, PA. The client was experiencing ongoing issues with algae growth. The pond is used for fishing, kayaking and swimming, and the algae growth was making these activities nearly impossible...read more.
Eradicating Floating Heart in Golf Course Pond | Palm Beach, FL
This property is a collection of suburban residential homes surrounding a golf course located at the northern tip of the Everglades. Due to seasonal flooding in this region, land development requires stormwater collection and flood control systems mandated by several drainage district government entities...read more.
Algae and Weed Issues Under Control | Gainesville, VA
This property is an active adult community in Northern Virginia that features an 18-hole championship golf course and over 16 waterbodies on its 750-acres. Many of the waterbodies experience algae blooms and submersed aquatic weed growth caused by high nutrient levels from fertilizer and sediment buildup...read more.
Parrotfeather Control in Pond | Glenwood, MD
This property is a privately-owned 0.35-acre pond located in Glenwood, Maryland. This popular pond containing a single fountain accents the beauty of the property, and also has a healthy fishery that is enjoyed by family and friends. The client contacted SOLitude Lake Management with concerns regarding a nuisance aquatic plant within the pond...read more.
Filamentous Algae Control in Private Pond | Hope, NJ
This pond is a 0.25-acre private pond located in Hope, NJ. The pond owner has been a client of SOLitude’s for some time, and participates in our Annual Management Program. The client contacted SOLitude in February when algae blooms were noticed...read more.
Holistic Management of A Community Canal | Leland, NC
This property in the Carolinas is a residential community located in Leland, NC. The ~500 acre development currently has around 1,000 single family homes within its confines. The waterbodies within the community consist of a 56.7-acre canal system that runs behind many of the homes, an 11.2-acre lake and eleven other small ponds...read more.
Controlling Green Algae in Community Pond | Rehoboth Beach, DE
This property is a private community in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware with a number of small stormwater ponds. These small ponds collect runoff from the community which results in shallow ponds with excessive nutrient pollution...read more.
Eradicating Milfoil In Colorado Community Pond | Broomfield, CO
This property is located within a high-end development in Broomfield, CO, and includes several beautiful homes overlooking the pond. The pond was constructed as part of the development as a recreational and aesthetic asset for homeowners. It serves as the focal point for the small homeowner’s association and the expectations for its appearance are high...read more.
Managing A Stormwater Pond | Rock Hill, NC
This property is a vibrant community located in the southwestern area of Charlotte, NC, offering residents access to swimming pools, walking trails and green space. The HOA community has numerous stormwater BMP’s located throughout its six acres of land...read more.
Muck and Algae Control in Golf Course Pond | Vero Beach, FL
This golf club is a private golf course in Vero Beach, Florida consisting of fifteen lakes. The main problem lake on the property is just less than half an acre in size, and is fed by an artesian well to keep the water levels constant...read more.
Annual Maintenance of Community Ponds | Virginia Beach, VA
This client is a large residential community located in southern Virginia Beach, VA. The property contains 12 ponds, 13 fountains and a submersed aeration system...read more.
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