Raincollector™ Eclipse® Classic 100 Gallon Rainwater Harvesting Barrel

100 Gallon Rain Tank

Rainwater collected from your roof can make an important contribution to water conservation and contributes to cost savings of water…

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Available in 28 colors!

30 White

Almond

Antique Ivory

Beaver Brown

Conventional Black

Buckskin Brown

Cameo

Classic Cream

Clay

Colonial Blue

Colonial Gray

Colonial Red

Copper Metallic

Dark Bronze

Dove Gray

Galvalume Gray

Heritage Cream

Herringbone

Light Bronze

Linen

Musket Brown

Paint Grip Metallic

Raffia Beige

Royal Brown

Sherwood Green

Tuxedo Gray

Wicker

Wood Beige

How Much Do I Use?

The average American family of four uses roughly 400 gallons of water per day at home. Roughly 70 percent of this use occurs indoors. Nationally, outdoor water use accounts for 30 percent of household use yet can be much higher in drier parts of the country and in more water-intensive landscapes.     Source: WaterSense - an EPA Partnership Program
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How Much Can I Really Save?

Outline your roof via Google Maps using this helpful rainwater calculator by BRAE A Watts Water Technologies Company.
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Quick Facts

According to the EPA, the average residence uses over 100,000 gallons of water annualy.

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Why Harvest Rainwater?

WHY INSTALL A RAIN BARREL AT HOME?

Save Water and Money!
Save Water & Money

The average American family of four uses roughly 400 gallons of water per day at home. Roughly 70 percent of this use occurs indoors. Nationally, outdoor water use accounts for 30 percent of household use yet can be much higher in drier parts of the country and in more water-intensive landscapes. In Central Texas water consumption nearly doubles during summer months. Rain barrels are a great way to use less city water and, in turn help you save money on your water bill.

 

Better for Lawns and Gardens
Simply Better

Rainwater has a natural PH level which is better for watering lawns, gardens and plants. Tap water contains chlorine, lime, and calcium which can inhibit the health of our plants and soil. Rainwater is also better for washing automobiles and cleaning household windows.

 

Natural Water Cycle

 

Be Green!

When you use collected rainwater to irrigate your lawn or garden you are keeping water in the natural cycle, recharging  aquifers rather than the sewer systems.

 

Soil Expansion
Costly Foundation Repairs

Expansive soil can cause damage to your home’s foundation. A soaker hose can easily be attached to your rain barrel and used to maintain proper moisture control near your home’s foundation.

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Why Harvest Rainwater?

WHY INSTALL A RAIN BARREL AT HOME?

Save Water and Money!
Save Water & Money

The average American family of four uses roughly 400 gallons of water per day at home. Roughly 70 percent of this use occurs indoors. Nationally, outdoor water use accounts for 30 percent of household use yet can be much higher in drier parts of the country and in more water-intensive landscapes. In Central Texas water consumption nearly doubles during summer months. Rain barrels are a great way to use less city water and, in turn help you save money on your water bill.

 

Better for Lawns and Gardens
Simply Better

Rainwater has a natural PH level which is better for watering lawns, gardens and plants. Tap water contains chlorine, lime, and calcium which can inhibit the health of our plants and soil. Rainwater is also better for washing automobiles and cleaning household windows.

 

Natural Water Cycle

 

Be Green!

When you use collected rainwater to irrigate your lawn or garden you are keeping water in the natural cycle, recharging  aquifers rather than the sewer systems.

 

Soil Expansion
Costly Foundation Repairs

Expansive soil can cause damage to your home’s foundation. A soaker hose can easily be attached to your rain barrel and used to maintain proper moisture control near your home’s foundation.

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