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