Fountains are structures that are designed to spray, pour, or cascade water in a decorative or artistic way. The tools commonly used to make fountains include:
- Trowel: A trowel is a handheld tool with a flat, pointed blade used to spread and smooth cement or other materials, such as plaster or grout.
- Masonry saw: A masonry saw is a specialized saw used to cut stones, bricks, or other masonry materials to the desired size and shape.
- Chisel: A chisel is a handheld tool with a flat or pointed blade used for cutting or shaping stones or bricks.
- Hammer: A hammer is a handheld tool used to strike chisels or other tools to shape or break stones or bricks.
- Wet tile saw: A wet tile saw is a specialized saw used to cut tiles to the desired size and shape. It uses water to keep the blade cool and reduce dust.
- Drill: A drill is a handheld tool used to create holes in stones, bricks, or other masonry materials for water lines or electrical wires.
- Level: A level is a tool used to ensure that a surface is level or plumb. It is essential for ensuring that the fountain is constructed correctly and water flows properly.
- Water pump: A water pump is a machine used to move water from a reservoir or water source to the fountain. It is typically powered by electricity or solar energy.
- Water feature kit: A water feature kit is a pre-made kit that includes all of the components needed to create a fountain, including a basin, pump, tubing, and decorative elements.
These tools are essential for making fountains and creating unique and beautiful water features. The specific tools needed will depend on the size, design, and materials used for the fountain.