Rain Barrels

RainyLeaf350Recycle the rain with rain barrels

The average roof (1000 sq. ft.) will collect over 650 gallons of water with just 1 inch of rainfall. So even 1/8 inch of rain could refill an empty rain barrel.

Rainwater can be collected off the roof by rain gutters and directed into rain barrels. There the water can be stored and used for many non-potable uses such as watering your lawn or the foundation around your home.

 

Reasons to Have a Rain Barrel at Home:

  • Keeps water out of storm and combined sewer systems
  • Protects our rivers, lakes and streams from runoff pollution
  • Controls moisture levels around the foundation of your home
  • Provides oxygenated, un-chlorinated water to plants
  • Directs overflow to where you want it to be
  • Reduces water and wastewater bills
  • Conserves water in the summer months when demand is the highest

Types of Rain Barrels

Specifications

    • 50 gallon capacity
    • 10 year UV protected material
    • Partially recycled content
    • Made in the U.S.A.
    • Compact setup profile
    • Spill control top
    • Multiple overflows
    • Insect and safety screen
    • Dual spigot access locations
    • Linking kit included, connect two
      or more rain barrels
  • 5 color options

Specifications

    • 54 gallon capacity, 36″ tall by 23″ round
    • Made in the U.S.A.
    • Fully assembled for easy set up
    • Over 20 pounds of UV protected plastic, partially recycled
    • Solid brass threaded spigot
    • Rigid aluminum intake screen prevents entry of debris and insects
    • High volume automatic overflow
    • 2 dispensing points
    • Wood grain detailing
  • 2 color options

Rain Chains

Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. Guiding rain water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground, rain chains transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature. From the soft tinkling of individual droplets to the soothing rush of white water, they are a treat to listen to.

Rain chains come in many designs that are mainly constructed using copper or aluminum. We can provide most rain chain designs you see here.