No excuse to not set up a rain water catchment system when it's this inexpensive and this simple.

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No excuse to not set up a rain water catchment system when it's this inexpensive and this simple.

Rain Water Catchment: All 4 tanks in position, levelled, and connected via a 40mm pipe running along the bottom

Rain Water Catchment: All 4 tanks in position, levelled, and connected via a 40mm pipe running along the bottom

Customer in Arkansas first to put an 84" RainSaucer on a 270 gallon IBC Tote. This setup is uphill from the home. She plans on feeding it to a small water tower near the garden for easy irrigation.

Customer in Arkansas first to put an 84" RainSaucer on a 270 gallon IBC Tote. This setup is uphill from the home. She plans on feeding it to a small water tower near the garden for easy irrigation.

Trash barrel, flip lid, drill & screen holes, secure lid to barrel & barrel to stand, use bulkhead fitting for spigot.

DIY Rain Barrel: A Green Way to Conserve Water for your Garden

Trash barrel, flip lid, drill & screen holes, secure lid to barrel & barrel to stand, use bulkhead fitting for spigot.

nice system, with short, descriptive videos as well ~ my new product to try is "RectorSeal" pipe thread sealant, which really should have a different name but whatever lol

nice system, with short, descriptive videos as well ~ my new product to try is "RectorSeal" pipe thread sealant, which really should have a different name but whatever lol

"We built this rain water collection tank last June and by October the 1,500 gallon tank was full. It has a 20 ft X 20 ft roof. 1 inch of rainfall will put about 250 gallons in the tank.

"We built this rain water collection tank last June and by October the 1,500 gallon tank was full. It has a 20 ft X 20 ft roof. 1 inch of rainfall will put about 250 gallons in the tank.

Winter Water Catchment Solutionshttp://homestead-honey.com

Building a Tiny Home :: Winter Water Catchment

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