It sounds crazy but you could be paying too much to water your garden. The average UK household bill for water has crept up to £393 per year. Much of this water is actually used outside to water plants,lawns and wash cars.
Most people don't know that if you install a water butt you can do all this for free, the savings soon mount up if you are watering hanging baskets, containers and garden boarders on a regular basis. A water butt can fill up over night with a good downpour, this water can then be used over the following week to keep plants well hydrated.
Rainwater Terrace water butts are simple to assemble and install, they look great too so they do not need to be hidden away.
Rainwater is the best thing for our gardens, its natural, what our gardens are used to and best of all it is free!
With water meters being rolled out across the country and the price of water rising installing a water butt is a great investment. With Rainwater Terrace water buts not only are you saving valuable rainwater but you can create a stunning flower display or mini grow your own plot right on your doorstep. Rainwater Terrace really is the modern stylish way to save rainwater at home.
No longer do you need to hide your water butt away behind your shed; out of site out of mind. You can have your Rainwater Terrace water butt standing proud on your patio within easy reach for watering hanging baskets, containers, garden plants and indoor plants.
Rainwater Terrace water butts have some clever features which make them fun & easy to use as well as practical additions to any garden.
Designed and manufactured in the UK you can be sure that you are getting a high quality product, all parts are made out of tough heavy gauge UV stable plastic suitable for all weather conditions.
See how a Rainwater Terrace keeps the water moving.
Each time it rains water is flushed through the system replenishing the store of water which reduces stagnant water build up.
Rainwater is diverter into the Rainwater Terrace through a rainwater diverter attached to a down pipe.
Container 1 fills from the bottom and then overflows down the central column to planter tray 1.
Planter tray 1 is filled with water as container 1 overflows, this will water the planters on this level. When the planter tray is full this overflows to fill container 2.
Container 2 fills and then overflows down the central column to planter tray 2.
Planter tray 2 is filled with water as container 2 overflows, this waters the plants on this level.
Container 3 fills and then overflows down the central column back to the drain.