Again - we're talking sprinkler, not hose. It's like rain hitting the pond - the amount of water is too small to make a difference. I've run a sprinkler over my whole backyard - pond and all - it's not going to affect the temperature of the pond even if it's ice water. I don't know what other kinds of problems people might report that hose water causes so I can't answer that.But heat and sun can change that with adding water to a pond .In NJ I could add city water but down here the ponders in my little club say city water added from their hose causes problems ,Even my well water can cause problems because of the temperature of the water
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