What if you could store tons of rainwater* without a single tank or barrel, or digging up your yard?

*A house with a 25′ x 40′ roof can catch 600 gallons from a 1″ rainfall, which happens to be the same amount needed to supply a 10’x10′ garden with 1″ of water per week– that’s 10 gallons/day for 60 days, or two months.

And 600 gallons = 4,800 lbs, thats 2.4 tons of rainwater.

What if you could save all that water, just by sitting there?

Have a seat. Or two. (That hold about 6 rain barrels worth inside each one)…


  • 300 gallon capacity (per plans)
  • Step by step, illustrated instructions
  • A shopping list of lumber to buy locally
  • DIY or use a local contractor, support your community
  • 8′ long x 3′ wide x 2′ tall, give or take
  • Can be built to 2 1/2′ tall and hold up to 420 gallons
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Built-in rainwater storage

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Here’s how one mom is inspiring her kids, and everyone around her…

On this short tv clip, the hosts discuss how to best achieve off grid water for the tiny house they are building. Tiny House Nation is a show that follows renovation experts and hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin as they travel across America to show off ingenious small spaces and the inventive people who live in them. Check out Tiny House Nation Monday nights at 9PM ET on FYI.


The plans you see in the clip, used to build the rain benches for the off grid home in this episode are included in the 300 gallon DIY kit as an immediately downloadable .pdf.

Create rainwater storage AND outdoor living space at the same time. This is huge.


 Well, at least it can be…

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