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Tired of paying high water bills? Have you heard of the ways you can use a rain catcher to lower those bills? You probably also didn't know that 623 gallons of water can be harvested from 1 inch of rain on a 1,000-square-foot roof and as far as rain barrels are concerned, a typical 1/2-inch rainfall will fill a 50- to 55-gallon barrel. I'm sharing everything I know about making rainwater collection an efficient way to lower your bills and help the environment.
Looking for your next garden project? We have the full instructions for a DIY rain barrel out of a heavy-duty trash can.
Alison Vick saved to Outdoor Garden Structures
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Kris Atwater saved to Gardening.. Seasonal Prep
Before we start I'd like to thank The Rain Barrel Depot for sending me two of these kits! Gene has been so helpful and has answered every question I had and
Shaun Lindsey saved to Backyard/Garden
Smart Gardener Tumbler Rain Barrel Platform. Courtesy of https://smart-gardener.tumblr.com/post/51502712186/check-out-this-fantastic-rain-barrel-set-up-one-of
Everyday Old House saved to Rain Barrels
Learn how to make a DIY rain barrel with this easy DIY. All you need is an hour and $20, and you'll benefit from the easiest way to save rain water!
Louise Freeman saved to Outside she shed ideas
It's easy to set up a rain barrel to collect rainwater from your home and put it to good use. Here's how to get started.
Danielle Meyer saved to Green Living
There are 4 major ways to collect water on your homestead: drilling a well, collecting rainwater, pumping it from a river, and condensation.
Lou Ellen Garner saved to Science
Are you looking for DIY Rain Barrel Ideas for your homestead? Check out our ideas and modify your rain barrel to meet your needs.
Celia Adams saved to Garden
Add a DIY rain barrel to your home or garden . It's easy, affordable, and can be made a decorative asset to your landscape. Come see!
Farhana Hasnan saved to DIY