Reduce water bills while maintaining your landscape & garden
Did you know that 1 inch of rainwater on a 1000 square foot roof is equivalent to 600+ gallons of water?
Most Californians are acutely aware that water is becoming an “endangered species” on our planet. California and the North Bay have faced increasing water worries and restrictions over the last decade or more and if weather patterns hold true, it will continue exponentially. Because all life requires water for survival the lack of water not only impacts us, but also has a dire impact on the wildlife around us.
Rainwater harvesting, simply put, is the collection and storage of rainwater for future use. The practice of rainwater harvesting dates back to the earliest days of civilization yet was nearly lost in the age of inexpensive and readily available municipal water supplies. This is no longer the case.
Becoming aware of the current state of our environmental condition is the first step in identifying viable solutions to ensure clean and healthy water for future generations. A wise second step would be to find a way to reuse rainwater.
We’ve chosen the RainXchange™ system for several important reasons. It maintains the beauty and value of your home and property because you don’t see it. There’s no above ground plastic tank, or unsightly contraptions to look at. The versatility of size, shape and strength allow us to install the system under patios, lawns, landscape areas and even dr