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TC Koi - West Horndon

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Address/Contact:
Address: Town and Country Nursery
Old Tilbury Road
West Horndon
Towns Covered: Essex, Grays, Thurrock, Tilbury, Upminster
County: Essex
Postcode: CM13 3LS
Email: maureen.morley@btconnect.com
Telephone: 01277 811563
Website: http://www.tckoi.co.uk
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TC Koi supply high grade Japanese Koi and pond equipment to suit all needs, for the novice and the most experienced koi keeper. Our experienced and friendly staff are happy to help with any enquiries. Come check us out – we are well worth a visit and we look forward to meeting you.

During November TC Koi spent a week in Japan to aquire a new batch of Koi. A large number of breeders were visited during the week and good number of koi were aquired on the trip. (Read more)

 
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About Us

TC Koi is situated within Town & Country Nursery and is located near to West Horndon, Essex on the south side of the junction of the A127 London to Southend arterial road and A128 Tilbury Road. click here for a map

TC Koi supply high grade Japanese Koi and pond equipment to suit all needs, for the novice and the most experienced koi keeper.

We have a large number of tanks and ponds with thousands of koi on display. All new koi go through a settlement and quarantine period of a minimum of four weeks before they go on sale.

The facility is well stocked with equipment and brands from the main manufacturers including Nexus, Kockney Koi, RTF, Cloverleaf, Aquamax, Sequence, Bedow, Hikari, Aquamaster, Shokoi, etc.

Our experienced and friendly staff are happy to help with any enquiries. Come check us out – we are well worth a visit and we look forward to meeting you.

 Koi Pond Design and Build
 
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In the United Kingdom because of the long winters it is necessary to have deep ponds of a minimum of 4ft 6ins, and preferably five to six feet deep if you intend to look after large fish, or do not live in the south of the country. For this reason the ponds described here fit within this criteria, and smaller shallow ponds have not been considered.


To have deep ponds with vertical sides then it is necessary to have a solid construction. Quite a few of our members are building ponds with concrete blocks, and then having them rendered and coated with fibreglass, so this type of pond construction is the main topic of this article.
These ponds have large filters and are not designed to have any plants.
Pond construction today is most certainly easier that it used to be with the advancement of building materials now readily available to us all ..
We are asked many times every week - which is the best and easiest way to construct a 'True Koi Pond' ? well the answer is... 'There is no easy way' it all takes a lot a hard work and money to build a 'State of the Art Koi Pond'. (Read more)


 
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