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  • Katie Ausen

    DIY Rain Barrel for less than $100. This concept with metal barrels. right next to a garden shed or carport that collects rainwater.

  • Cassie Diver

    rain water collection with hose collection DIY rain barrel, trash can rain water collection,

  • Meredith @ Homegrown Friends

    DIY Tutorial: How to Build a Rain Barrel. Make use of rain water and save money at the same time. #rainbarrel

  • Marah Gelbaum

    DIY Rain Barrel. This is such a great idea.

  • Donna Wolfe

    The Family Handyman directions for DIY Rain Barrel

  • Lindalee Stovall

    Reusing rain water for your yard, and other creative yard art and gardening ideas.

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How to Build a Rain Barrel. This DIY rain barrel costs less than 100 bucks to build and works just as well as the expensive ones you can purchase.

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Rain barrel illustration. A very useful piece of equipment. Especially with the water shortages that we are experiencing in various parts of the world.


What genius way to save water!! Fill it up during the rainy season, use it during the summer.

Reuse rainwater with these barrels made from trash cans. Placed underneath your home's downspout, a rain barrel can help conserve water (and money) by capturing rain runoff from the roof. You can then use that water for the garden. You'll find a variety of barrels available online: Look for ones that have a spigot for a house attachment. Or make your own from large plastic trash containers. You can purchase a pump to help deliver the water through your hose, or a tap to fill your watering can.

Very nice for a lot of gray-water storage. I've seen this done before with hot water heaters.

Hanging Gardens ... another way to use old rain gutters as planters. A Great way to safe space and still have a garden

3 Drum Rain Collection System! This could save money on a water bill if you have a big garden!