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Frontier 2424 300x200 Residential rainwater harvesting cistern installation special

Frontier Model cistern specially priced for 2012

There are many different types of cisterns available for rainwater collection systems, each one with its pros and cons. We install many different cisterns since each job has different circumstances such as budget, available room for the cistern, and cistern installation access requirements. In addition, there are price efficiencies that make certain sizes of cisterns more “attractive” for a homeowner’s budget. For example, a 10,000 gallon cistern may cost around $8,000 but the 20,000 gallon cistern option may only cost around $12,000. For only $4,000 more, you get twice the size of storage volume. Of course, this decision is only available if you have the space to increase the cistern size to a larger volume.

There are many variables that go into sizing cisterns for rainwater harvesting systems. We always try to provide the most efficient option for our clients, all the while trying to provide the most aesthetically appealing option. While you can use some of the various rainwater collection calculators available online, they don’t really give you a way to calculate the best rainwater storage volume. Therefore, it’s almost an art form.

One of our tank manufacturers has created a special pricing package for one of their cistern kits. They are offering the cistern pictured above for $15,000 (installed cost). This price is currently available for customers in the central Texas area. The cistern holds 24,000 gallons and is 24′ diameter with a side height of 7′-3″ and a peak roof height of 10′-0″. This particular cistern requires a concrete foundation for warranty purposes. The installed price includes 2″ and 4″ flanges, liner, shipping to site, and assembly.

This cistern is a great option for people who want to use rainwater for potable purposes. At 24,000 gallons and 24′ in diameter, it is a large tank that definitely requires some space. This cistern has a great look especially for homeowners who what to keep a rural feel to their homestead. This particular manufacturer produces a great product that will be an asset for your home and property. This cistern special is only available while supplies last.

If you are in the central Texas area would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us. You can find out more about our rainwater harvesting system installation services at our website.

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Chris Maxwell-Gaines
Chris Maxwell-Gaines
Civil engineer and urban planner focused on creating impacting and sustainable projects by identifying all of the hidden water conservation opportunities available. Particularly interested in working within the realms of sustainable site planning, conservation subdivision design, integrated water management and planning, and low impact development practices.
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    Nancy, thanks for commenting about your Eco-Vets idea. It does sound like a win-win for water conservation and returning veterans. Good luck with the Indie GoGo crowdsourcing effort!

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