How Golden Algae Can Kill Homeowners Community or Golf Course

March 30 15:15 2017
Lake Management Inc, the top aquatic and water management company on the West Coast, is announcing a comprehensive service to address weed and algae problems in various bodies of water. The company has over 40 years of professional aquatic experience managing lakes, golf course water features, koi ponds, commercial fountains/ waterfalls, and pools against algae and weed overgrowth.

Orange, CA, — Lake Management Inc, the top aquatic and water management company on the West Coast, is announcing a comprehensive service to address weed and algae problems in various bodies of water. The company has over 40 years of professional aquatic experience managing lakes, golf course water features, koi ponds, commercial fountains/ waterfalls, and pools against algae and weed overgrowth.

“Managing large bodies of water is a massive undertaking and liability for property owners and managers. Fortunately Lake Management Inc was created to manage large bodies of water and for commercial properties throughout the west coast of USA,” says company representatives, Dave Glenn.

When the warmer months approach, so does your potential for algae growth. Once algae starts growing in a body of water, it is only a matter of time before it eventually becomes an algae bloom, even worse it could end up becoming “golden algae”(prymnesium parvum). This specific algae bloom can prove to be detrimental to the health of the fish in the body of water, and causing your community members to become displeased with your pond/ lake maintenance. This is because this type of algae releases substances into the water and causes the gills of the fish to bleed internally. The death of a few fish will be like a domino effect. The fish eventually die off as the damage to the gills will deplete the oxygen level in their bodies, and you could have thousands of dead fish lying in your lake causing more issues related to filtration, community health, etc.

It is important that the golden algae problem is addressed at its infancy or even prevented so that there will be minimal damage to the business. One sign that property owners need to look for is fish stressing. This is usually exhibited by the fish swimming in the pond or lake as they will be actively looking for oxygen sources. One of the usual targets of golden algae is large lakes and sometimes medium-small koi ponds. Usually, during the beginning of summer or spring is when the golden algae start to grow. This is when property owners, apartment management companies, and commercial facilities, should have a professional commercial lake management company or aquatic expert team check out the body of water. If possible, the cleaning and maintenance should be done in a custom manner to the water feature to prevent algae and other aquatic issues from arising with the water feature in the first place.

Lake Management, Inc, home to California’s and Arizona’sl lakepond maintenance service and koi pond cleaning service, has its office in 529 West Blueridge Avenue, Orange, California 92865-4205. Customers who want to know more about their services may also contact them via phone at (714) 312-1260, or email at [email protected]. Their office hours are Monday-Friday at 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Their official website may also be found at http://www.lakemanagementinc.net/.

 

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Company Name: Lake Management Inc
Contact Person: Dave Glenn
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (714) 312-1260
Address: 529 West Blueridge Avenue
City: Orange
State: California
Country: United States
Website: http://www.lakemanagementinc.net/

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