It’s Raining, It’s Storing

November 16, 2009 by

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This fat boy isn’t snoring, he’s storing rainwater from your roof while also functioning as a wall.

Rainwater is a valuable resource and it is falling on your roof for free. With Waterfall Fatboy,  you can capture and store a significant amount of rainwater for use in your garden or home without losing valuable space.

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Despite the name, the Waterwall Fatboy tank has an excellent size-to-capacity ratio, holding 650 gallons while being just over two feet wide.

Waterwall tanks are made to exacting standards- the UV stabilized high density polyethylene ensures light does not enter the tank, preventing algae from growing in your tank water. Solid, thick walls keep the tank strong and prevent bulging over the many years of service. See more pointers here on what to consider when choosing a rain water tank.

Even in these dry times, an average size house can collect a considerable amount of water.

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via Home Design Find

2 Comments »

  1. Jenny Peterson said:

    No way! It looks like one of those rock climbing walls! This is a much cooler alternative to the usual big ugly barrels.

    — November 17, 2009 @ 09:29

  2. SUNfiltered : Fresh culture daily. » Blog Archive » Rain harvesting design: the Waterwall Pingback said:

    […] of companies out there are creating more pleasing designs that also capture a lot of rain water. Urban Gardens and Home Design Find recently took note of Waterwall’s Fatboy storage tank, which holds 650 […]

    — November 23, 2009 @ 13:47

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