Waterteck specialise in rainwater harvesting systems for homes and businesses
Rainwater is by far the best water for household use including drinking water. By fitting a filtration system this system will give superior quality water in comparison to well or mains water.
Rainwater collection tanks range from 200 litres to 40,000 litres, depending on the requirement.
You can have a tank and pumping system only or the complete pumping and filtration system. There are various types of pumps depending on water pressure and flow rate required.
Having many years experience in dealing with water from wells and mains supplies which contain high level of minerals and impurities (hard water and chlorine being the most common irritant to skin) we know rainwater is pure and does not contain any chlorine and high level of impurities.
Advantages of Rainwater Harvesting
- Use of Natural Resource
- Easy to maintain
- Reduced Water Bills
- Adds value to property
- Reduces total consumption on mains by up to 55%
- Softer rainwater for washing - less detergents required
- Less energy required to heat, due to low mineral content
- Softened water improves the efficiency of hot water and heating systems
- No chlorine in water so - ideal for garden and washing cars
- Reduces cost of any future investment in projects for new water development
What are the deciding factors in using Well water or Rainwater?
Well water supply with hard water
- It is cheaper to install a water softening system than a rainwater harvesting system.
Mains water supply and it is hard water
- It is worth considering rainwater rather than installing a water softening system.
You are building a new house with water supply yet
- This is the ideal time to install a whole house rainwater harvesting system.
Commercial premises (e.g. Hotel, Factory, Farm etc.)
- Rainwater harvesting is worth considering depend on roof area available to you. A better option might be installing your own Well water system.