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Aquascape RainXchange Rain Barrel – Product Review

Rain barrel technology is largely a new, untapped market. While the rain xchange selection of rain barrels is starting to grow, there’s still a limited amount of attractive, innovative rain barrels on the market. However, the Aquascape RainXchange Rain Barrel easily breaks the mold with its attractive design and ground-breaking equipment.

 

Constructed of thick, high quality plastic this rain barrel is constructed to withstand extreme weather conditions. It can quickly and easily be incorporated into existing gutter and drainage systems. The internal overflow allows the rain barrel to handle excess rain water without ugly pipes and attachments on top of the barrel. This also allows water to flow away from the house so you don’t have to worry about water spilling over onto your homes foundation. Better yet, water restrictions do not apply to rain barrels so you can maintain healthy plants in the driest conditions. Rain water is also more beneficial for plants than municipal water.

 

Product Features:

  • LARGE 75-gallon capacity
  • 5-year warranty
  • Requires no electricity
  • Large safety overflow keeps water in the barrel or away from the house
  • Lid can also be used as a planter
  • Thick plastic walls are durable and will withstand extreme conditions
  • Childproof lockable lid
  • Brass spigot for garden hose connection
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Having this water collector in your yard or garden is sure increase the aesthetics of your outdoor space.

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2 comments:

Tony said...

Anyone have an idea how to keep the sand from my roof out of my rain barrels?

Anonymous said...

try covering the filter with some strong ladies' tights, the support kind. I read a comment from another rain barrel user who did this.