Camelback Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona

In the summer of 1988 we contracted Seepage Control to oversee the complete renovation of the island putting green at the clubhouse. This lake is the main focal point of the clubhouse surroundings and landscape. We could not afford any mistakes.

Seepage Control bid a very competitive price and approached our challenge in a most professional manner. I was sold on their services.

I have dealt with few services that go beyond what is expected, and Seepage Control left me feeling confident in the completed project. I will definitely call on them on all of my future projects.

Recreation Lake, Bellevue, Idaho

We are pleased we selected Seepage Control's ESS-13 as the product to seal our lake. The lake was frozen over during the winter months and now that the ice has thawed, it does not appear that there has been the slightest bit of water loss or seepage. Because there is only a limited amount of new water available in this high desert area, minimum seepage is extremely important to the success of our lake. Given the virtual absence of any seepage to date, we are extremely impressed with the performance of ESS-13.

Happy Trails Golf Resort, Surprise, Arizona

My lakes at Happy Trails Resorts were built and sealed with every bit of care… The only loss of water I have to either of my free standing lakes has been to evaporation. The visual effect all three lakes have on the golf course and resort is outstanding.

William J. Hull, Golf Course Architect

I was first introduced to SS-13 in 1965 on a golf course project in Phoenix, Arizona. The Peppermill Palms Golf Course that I designed in Mesquite, Nevada has a total of 26 acres of lakes that were sculptured from the desert floor. The engineers from Seepage Control, Inc. determined that it would be best to make a mixture of soil and SS-13 to line the lakes… the end result has been very positive, with the lakes full and holding well.

I like SS-13, not only for its control of water loss, but I do not have the worry of mechanical damage to the walls of my lakes.

The Lakes Community, Tempe, Arizona

The Association has a total of 50.2 surface acres of lakes. The lakes were sealed by compacting two six inch layers of chemically treated dirt. Even after 25 years, the bottom and sides are in excellent condition.

It is apparent that little if any loss is being experienced through seepage. This can be attributed to the excellent design of the lakes and the work of Seepage Control, Inc. I would not hesitate to recommend Seepage Control, Inc. for work in your lake.