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Slimline corrugated steel water tanks - Water Tanks NZ

Tanksalot® Slimline Tanksintroducing 8,000 & 10,000providing Auckland and throughout New Zealand Our Corrugated slimline water tanks are built for narrow spaces with limited access, and are ideal for the sides of houses or fences. Tanksalot Slimline corrugated tanks are available in a range of popular colours, Tanksalot® slimline corrugated rainwater tanks come with a corrosion […]

Detention & Retention Water Tank Specialists - Water Tanks NZ

DETENTION & RETENTION WATER TANK SPECIALISTS Are you looking for Detention tanks that slows the release of stormwater, or Retention tanks that can store water for your house or garden? Tanksalot® manufactures quality custom made Slimline, Round or Square Detention and Retention tanks for homes in Auckland and throughout NZ. Our rainwater Detention and Retention tanks […]

This week's how-to garden article and corresponding podcast is all about how to collect and use rain water for watering your flowers, garden and more! Using rain water for your landscape is not only a great way to conserve on your city, well or community water supplies, it also has huge benefits for your plants. In fact, more advantages than you might ever imagine! See how you can start collecting and using rain water for your outdoor gardening needs!

This week's how-to garden article and corresponding podcast is all about how to collect and use rain water for watering your flowers, garden and more! Using rain water for your landscape is not only a great way to conserve on your city, well or community water supplies, it also has huge benefits for your plants. In fact, more advantages than you might ever imagine! See how you can start collecting and using rain water for your outdoor gardening needs!

"The rain water collected from off the roof helps plants and flowers grow bigger, faster and better and has done wonders for our garden. Hose water contains chlorine and fluoride which would have hindered their growth."

RGG started carrying rain barrels in the Spring of 2012. Since experiencing how great they are, we decided to take it to the next level. Instead of having the w…

Rain Barrels - Water Harvesting by Graf

View photos and information on our selection of high quality rain barrels and water harvesting containers and accessories from manufacturer Graf.

30 DIY Rain Barrel Ideas to Be Frugal and Eco-Friendly with Water

To lessen your monthly water bill and be more eco-friendly, creating a DIY rain barrel water collecting system is a wonderful idea. Let us show you how!

Taylex - Rainwater Tanks

Concrete is capable of withstanding fire, heat, ground movement… even bullets! It is a natural insulator, able to keep the stored water at a constant, cool temperature, in a dark environment which controls any algae growth.

Gardens   | — Sue Meli Sue Meli landscape design

Sue Meli Landscape Garden Design Gisborne and Macedon Ranges create the foundations of beautiful gardens from the ground up encompassing all aspects of design, construction and maintenance. Prescribing to a contemporary style, Sue Meli Landscape Designs aim to respect and respond to the landscape, the architecture and the clients needs.

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Corrugated stainless steel water tanks made to measure by Designer tanks. Discover the best and most sustainable steel water tanks on the market. Our products ...

Essentially, my garden is annoyingly far away from larger sources of water (although I have and do use the hose from the house in the heat of the summer and I do have two IBC totes about 50 yards away connected to the outdoor shed) but I had these smaller rain barrels that could never be adequately filled due to lack of a roof to funnel the free rain water into them.   Pinterest at the time didn’t have any good designs so this is what I finagled together.  Basically it is a butterfly roof angled

Essentially, my garden is annoyingly far away from larger sources of water (although I have and do use the hose from the house in the heat of the summer and I do have two IBC totes about 50 yards away connected to the outdoor shed) but I had these smaller rain barrels that could never be adequately filled due to lack of a roof to funnel the free rain water into them. Pinterest at the time didn’t have any good designs so this is what I finagled together. Basically it is a butterfly roof…