91,081 water harvesting Home Design Photos

Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Portland
17 Reviews
Krause Small Cottage
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rain chain to "guide"water into storage container
Rainwater harvesting: How much rainwater do I need to water my garden? Well, that depends a lot on
other places, like the U.K., residential rainwater harvesting guidelines are emerging in response to water shortages caused by the stress of a high population
tank is a great way to harvest free rainwater for use on a thirsty garden, but it can also be connected to provide grey water for your toilet or washing
periods make gardening a challenge, governmental regulations restrict potable water use in gardens, encouraging many to set up rainwater tanks for irrigation
washing machine. Using rainwater will reduce your water bill and lessen your environmental impact. Your local council can provide you with information about
water harvesting and design for home
“Corrugated pipe” — csloop
Wyndhamdesign
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
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This is great. Use the water for potted plants or small
bird’s wings would direct all the water to the center, requiring only one spout and one rain barrel for water harvesting. (This photo was staged with a hose
annual rainfall will obviously have a big effect on how much water you are able to harvest and use. Some countries, like Australia, have a plethora of online
your grocery bills by using that water to irrigate an edible garden.” — Mariana PickeringWell, I’m sold on harvesting rainwater. But like many of you,
center, requiring only one spout and one rain barrel for water harvesting. (This photo was staged with a hose to show you how it all works.) During a drizzly
gallons of water during that storm. Obviously that would overflow any small DIY barrel. If there’s no rain, there’s no rain. But if you have a low-water xeriscape
“Chicken coop with large butterfly roof for water collection” — steph3
Chitra
rainwater harvesting
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bottom goes into what? and then is there a spout on the back to get the water out or what?
chains water is sent to this filter which has layers of sand, gravel , a mesh and charcoal. Two pipes are hidden within, which take the filtered water to an
How is the water handled? Is there a hidden reservoir?
293. rainchians from gutter to water catchment
good way to hide the water harvesting device
movement and calm of a water feature.Do you have a water-wise fountain you want to share? Or a question about how to conserve the water used by an existing
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“This is a great solution for my new patio in which I have to figure out where all the rainwater goes” — David Silva
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Cannon House - South Main, Colorado
Ideabooks470
Questions1
exposed fasteners (nails or screws), which have a rubber gasket, to help shed water from the holes. Specifically, these roof panels are corrugated and I believe
that, "it lends itself well to rain water harvesting. With its smooth clean surface, less filtering is required of water from a metal roof, compared to asphalt
that, "it lends itself well to rain water harvesting. With its smooth clean surface, less filtering is required of water from a metal roof, compared to asphalt
“Roofing!” — kamandat
Calico Studio
3 Reviews
Ames Lake Studio
Ideabooks4,067
Questions5
and how much is the rain water system? Also what is the capacity?
Love the water tank, where did you get it?
no the water in the cistern does not currently feedback to the building but we designed the system so that we could use the water as grey water. Currently
Currently we are unable to use it for potable/drinking water because of health codes. And yes we would need to add a filtering system.
water harvesting - nice looking collected
pvc pipe to metal water container--toilet?
Harvesting rainwater is another really good way to save water. Using it to irrigate lawns and even as the
work, build your own cistern to hold harvested rainwater.Other uses, in addition to lawn irrigation, for harvested rainwater include using it to wash cars
Is the water recycled back into the
“rain collection” — stephlwitte
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Sunny Slope with Drainage Wash, Perennials and Edibles
Ideabooks2,662
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landscape for a barren area or for an area outside plant roots, create water harvesting opportunities to benefit plantings and some visual interest by installing
DRY BED CREEK Southwest. Water management is still important this month. "Continue to monitor and reset
especially in the low and middle zones. As temperatures decrease, reduce the water needed," writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani. "If you are
decrease, reduce the water needed. If you are planning a landscape for a barren area or for an area outside plant roots, create water harvesting opportunities
landscape for a barren area or for an area outside plant roots, create water harvesting opportunities to benefit plantings and some visual interest by installing
“Color, Rock Dry Creek Look, Bog Area” — sjrain
Harding Construction & Sustainable Solutions
15 Reviews
Rain Water Harvesting / Drought Tolerant Landscape
Ideabooks216
Questions2
Rain Water Harvesting / Drought Tolerant Landscape
Thank you for your inquiry. That is a rain water harvesting cistern. You can see more pictures here: ...
walkway design. Rain water collector....Rain harvesting!...yard/water harvesting...rain water harvesting...water cictern
“creative drought tolerant” — spottydantar
Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
Ideabooks4,259
Questions1
up to a new shed, which has a green roof planted with sedums and a water harvesting system for the greenhouse. "The shed was a big part of the program
“Make smaller version to attach to the meditation garden” — ninapennewell
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