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About McCloud Aquatics
Why You Should Hire McCloud For Your Aquatic Needs
McCloud Aquatics has been family owned and operated since 1904 and has been providing service for aquatic vegetation control in Northern Illinois since 1962. We are an aquatic weed and algae management company providing services to all of Northern IL, Central IL, and the Chicagoland area.
With a passion for lake management planning and a focus on quality customer service, McCloud Aquatics has the energy and resource to help you achieve your goals for your aquatic investment.
McCloud Aquatics is proud to share the responsibility of protecting our great natural resource. Future Generations need us to perform the right actions NOW to ensure a better tomorrow.
In support of our vision, we promise to safe, legally, and with the utmost integrity, care for your body of water. We will employ the latest in education and research to complete our goal of being:
Friends Of The Water
Honesty: You depend on our honesty as you entrust us to care for your water
Safety & Legality: It is our responsibility to keep your environment safe with every service provided by effectively communicating and continuous education.
Quality: Commitment to provide you with a quality service in and out of the water.
Integrity: We are brought in to do the right thing for our natural resources by being honest and upfront about what is the best course of action for the water and those who depend on it.
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Grass Clippings cause more growth, Guaranteed. Landscaping practices also affect how the water around it behaves. Homeowners who dump, mow, or trim grass clippings into the pond are feeding the ecosystem nutrients which translates into more algae growth. Even leaving grass clippings in the yard on a breezy day can result in the clippings reaching the water. When trimming grass around the shore, pay attention to which way the spool on the weed eater turns, work in the direction that throws grass back into the yard; notify your landscapers that you would prefer to keep grass clippings out of the pond. This simple step will save you stress in the long run.