The simplest ideas are the best. One of our hoses has developed a small puncture and as we have two others in the waterbutt stack we have bought three. Just a few days ago the butts were empty and it was only when refilled by the rain did the puncture become obvious. Do we wait for the water level to reduce or if the puncture gets worse go for exchanging old with new? The old will unscrew easily and the new will screw with a flick of the wrist as the fitting is another clever piece of design. Might get wet? Waterproof clothing or a hot day?
The simplest ideas....
These drain tubes become brittle with age and the weather and easily break. They require replacing after a couple of seasons. So it’s a good thing that, Rainwater Terrace, provide this facility.
Great product delivered really quickly and easy to assemble
This is an excellent idea as when there’s sufficient rainfall we can avoid using mains water. It’s labour saving and the individual watering spikes can be turned off as necessary. A longer length would be good