Rain Barrel HQ.com Launches New Website
Rain barrels serve as the perfect reservoir for collecting rain water in an eco-friendly way. Water barrel utilization can prove to be instrumental in healthy organic gardens, going green, water conservation efforts and lower monthly water bills.
- (1888PressRelease) November 18, 2011 - Rain Barrel HQ.com today announced their new website, http://www.RainBarrelHQ.com, and new water storage business is open to the public. The online store is focused solely on rain barrels, rain barrel kits and accessories that are used in water harvesting systems. A wide variety of sizes, colors and styles of rain barrels are available that blend in well with the landscape. Decorative rain barrels are a popular item with an adorning look and feel.
Rain barrels are tools that can be used for making a definite impact on water conservation and environmental goals. Rain Barrel HQ provides an opportunity for customers to double recycling endeavors by offering five rain barrels that have been recycled or made of recycled materials. In essence, the process would entail recycling water with a recycled rain barrel.
Rain water barrels are an asset to environmental activities. The water saved in a rainwater barrel deters the amount of storm water runoff that occurs during moderate to heavy rains. The runoff picks up chemicals, contaminants and other pollutants on the way to drains. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, up to 70% of water pollution found in streams, rivers, lakes and even the ocean are due to storm water runoff. Ground erosion is also slowed down by minimizing the amount of water flowing at an extremely fast pace.
A water harvesting system, whether opting for one or for several rain barrels, can capture a substantial amount of natural rain water. The water accumulated is chemical free and mineral rich. Gardens and plants thrive on the organic rain water.
The products at Rain Barrel HQ are a cost effective way to store water. Experts have determined that a ½ inch rain fall will fill a 55 gallon water barrel. The EPA estimates that a typical residence can save about forty percent of water used during summer months, or approximately 1300 gallons of water. That amount of recycled water will significantly reduce a water bill.