To caring for indoor koi ponds first steps is give the koi the most possible sunlight. Install skylights or place the pond near large windows.Provide metal halide lamps if the pond is in a basement or other area with no natural light. Then, place plants pond to make better use of available light. Illuminate more if the koi loses its color.Choose plants that can grow with the amount of lighting you have.
Keep the room that the pool is at a constant temperature. Install an aquarium heater made in the indoor koi ponds if you are in a basement or in another room which is not heated. Keep a thermometer in the pond and check regularly to ensure that the temperature is constant. And provide more filtration for indoor pond that you would for an open-air, from outdoor breezes that normally lead to any odor of the pond will not be present. Store the filtration system in another room and run lines in the pond if the filter noise is too loud.
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Change the water often to keep in control of algae and fish waste that the filter will not be collected. Change at least half the water in a large pond each week. Change the water in a smaller pond less often, but look for algae and note any odors developing in the pond. Last install a network around the edges of the indoor koi ponds to fish any fish you can jump. Build a plastic barrier around the pond if necessary to keep the fish from escaping.