Before you jump into the process of cleaning your pondless, consider the possibility of hiring a professional. Many professionals, maybe even the one who may have installed your pondless, offer pondless maintenance and cleaning services. Whether you clean your pondless or hire a professional is really a matter of personal preference.
If you do it yourself, you can mark it down for your daily exercise, you can be proud of what you've done, and you can learn a little more about what's lurking beneath the water. Sometimes it isn't pretty, but isn't that the beauty of pondless ecology?
Now if you decide to have it done by a professional that you know and trust, there's a good chance it's going to be done right, taking little or no time away from your day. Plus, if a professional happens to be washing out our filter media and finds a problem, they can address it right there. The trained eye of the contractor could even prevent a problem before it occurs.
So will you go for the personal satisfaction of cleaning out your pondless, or will you trade your hip boots in for the TV remote and let your contractor do it? The choice is yours.