RainXchange Rainwater Harvesting
Waterfalls & Bubbling Landscape Garden Fountains provide homeowners with a unique and creative way to bring to life to their outdoor living space. Many New Jersey homeowners desire the soothing sounds of running water, but are unaware of the incredible effects capturing the rainwater for use in their gardens and topping off their water features. The RainXchange rainwater harvesting system can be used in many configurations to meet your outdoor watering needs. From rain barrels to custom storage tanks fro storing 10,000+ gallons we've got you covered.
Do Your Part, Save & Reuse Rainwater
Water is quickly becoming an "endangered species" on our blue planet. Urban growth around our area of New Jersey (NJ) increases storm water runoff, which in turn harms our natural waterways. All life requires water for survival. Becoming aware of the current state of our local area environmental condition is the first step in identifying viable solutions to ensure clean and healthy water for future generations to come. Doing your small part may not make a big difference, but if we all did our part?
Benefits of Reusing Rainwater
Why let good water go to waste when you can reuse it for another purpose? The benefits of harvesting rainwater are numerous, but some of the more prominent advantages include:
- Reduced water bills including city storm sewer charges
- Alleviate demand on municipal systems
- Avoid strict watering schedules
- Improved landscape growth Reduce flooding and erosion
- Efficient use of a valuable resource - water
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