540 water drain Garage and Shed Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Hastings Lane
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crafted from white cedar horizontal rails complements the angular roof of the house and provides privacy along one edge of the property. Excess water drains into a bed of rounded river stones, and a generously sized, existing flagstone patio hosts a collection of moveable planters. An open lawn is bordered
“Line of fruit trees down driveway” — Mhairi Seccombe
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
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antique brick curbing and water gully.
can water be drained down driveway to street instead of underground?
The water drainage near the driveway
drain management. can see hooking it up to a drywell or swale
water drainage next to driveway
like this for a drain
front driveway drain idea
Side drains...driveway drain...water run off swale...drain and driveway...water flow...French Drain
“like” — kbleonard
A.GRUPPO Architects - San Marcos
4 Reviews
Rancho Encino Residence
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system). The pressure is provided by the pump. The bathroom lavatories and air conditioning condensate were connected to a separate drain line that collects water used for gardening.
looking at the sole water source for the family. Water is channeled via pvc pipe from the roofs into the tanks where it is stored. There is a supply loop that is powered by an "on-demand" pump and a series of micron and UV filters back to the house (exactly like those used by a typical water well system)
Rainwater catchment system designed to catch 2500 gallons of water off of 1" of rain. Family's sold water source.
Water Collection When living off-grid, a renewable water supply is essential. A private drilled well is common. Using water from a nearby lake or stream is another option. Once you identify your water source, the next step is
“idea for small building for water tank” — kcossette
Recaptured Charm
Recapturedcharm.com
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Love the look, thing tires great, will need to be sure small holes on bottom for excess water to drain.
“GREENERY IN TIRES.............” — giselemartin1953
Reclaimed DesignWorks
22 Reviews
Timber Framed
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I love the tiny cabin over the water. How do you build the foundation?
I have a small lake and want to build a small shed with a deck over it. No room for a pile driver do I need to drain the lake and put concrete footings in? The substrate is a mixture of gravel
draining the pond would make it easier but you could use these footing forms with a sonotube and fill with concrete, http://www.sonotube.com/products/sonotubeconcreteforms/tubebase.aspx
A little high off the water
“Rustic” — kmbd
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Montcalm Street
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want to walk into it.. lol I'm imagining moving a desk? chair? rug? into the space. Having a dog... Having a glass of wine and stepping into the water instead of the 12 inch square piece of dry surface? Things regular people would do. Sorry
I like the simplicity of this one, and the water feature out front (though I would also want a better "path" right outside the door.)
“guest” — kelleymerica
Frederick Phillips and Associates
Lakeside Greenhouse and Garden
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Like the floor with built-in drains just hose down
Concrete floor with drain
floor finished and drain
add to water inlet?
“Is this a green house?” — Marci Adams
Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Hen House
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Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from cables on a ceiling beam. Since the chickens love to scratch around and kick up the pine shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent
raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent. During the frigid Nevada winters, Dalley puts an electrical heat base on the container so the water won't freeze
on the container so the water won't freeze.
High nesting perches, where chickens love to sleep, go down the back wall on a diagonal. The bottom perch is close enough to the nesting box that the chickens can hop in easily. Galvanized metal water and food containers hang
“I sooo need this!” — Beverly McKinney
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