Over 2,500,000 gallons of Rainwater Harvesting projects...
Trust the company that has installed over 2,500,000 gallons of rainwater collection volume in our projects.
Any contractor can put a downspout into the top of a cistern and call it a rainwater collection system. We believe a rainwater collection system is defined by the details. We provide systems that are designed with function, maintenance, and aesthetics in mind. Rainwater collection systems should not be eyesores.
We install systems throughout Texas but we focus on the areas around Austin which includes Dripping Springs, Buda, Kyle, Wimberley, San Marcos, Marble Falls, Round Rock, Georgetown, Pflugerville, and Blanco.
Not in the central Texas area? Don't worry! We provide design services for clients located outside our service area. We can provide the plans and specifications necessary for you to find a local contractor to assist you.
We believe that rainwater harvesting systems are the next frontier in water conservation gains for urban households. We have installed rainwater harvesting systems in urban areas for irrigation purposes, as a solution to drainage issues, and as a backup water source.
Some people install urban rainwater harvesting systems because they have found that rain barrels just don't hold enough water. As an added benefit to having free water to irrigate your landscape with, you can solve some drainage problems that you may be having on your property.
There is a tremendous amount of design variations in all of the systems that we install. We work with you to create a system that is attractive while fitting your needs and your budget.
Download our brochure (warning: large file) about rainwater harvesting systems for irrigation use.
We install rainwater harvesting systems to supply your whole household with potable water. If you are building a new house in an area where you have no access to municipal water, consider installing a rainwater collection system to supply your household water needs. Don't take a chance with drilling a well and the quality of the well water you could get. Rainwater is a high quality, naturally soft, water source that needs minimal treatment. Why fool with water softeners, aeration tanks, or ion exchange systems that you may need to make well water drinkable. Get off the grid with a rainwater harvesting system.
Reliability? We always size your system to provide adequate water even through low rainfall periods, but remember, we can't make it rain, so there may be times when you need water delivered to you. You always have the opportunity to fill your cistern with hauled water. There are many water haulers in the hill country and we will provide a list to you.
If you currently have a well that you are concerned about going dry or fed up with the water quality from the well, consider adding a rainwater harvesting system as another water source. We can create a hybrid system for you that will allow use of both well water and rainwater in your household. Watch out though, once you taste rainwater, you will never want to go back to your well water.
Download our brochure (warning: large file) about rainwater collection systems for potable use.
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Listed below are some of the local incentives to promote rainwater harvesting. These offers are available to residents of the respective cities or counties.
If you qualify for any of the rebates listed above, we will provide you with all of the necessary documentation for the rebate program.
Green building rating systems are becoming very popular. Several municipalities have green building programs which rate and classify homes based on a set of specified criteria. If you are building a new home and want to have it rated, you should definitely install a rainwater collection system. Check out these resources: