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By : Sonia Smith    99 or more times read
Collecting rainwater is a wonderful method that is used by modern homes and buildings nowadays. This process can greatly benefit every homeowner. Rainwater collection greatly helps to lessen the carbon footprint of most homes. Nevertheless, the method of collecting water dates back as far as three thousand years ago during the ancient times or even farther. Water is a basic human necessity. No civilization, great or small could survive without water.

Gathering and storing rainwater is practical and economical ways to maximize the use of sustainable and free resource that can help save on our consumption for the conventional water source. The rainwater that you have collected could be stored in special drums and containers that are meant for this purpose.

When you store and gather rainwater in the right way, it will serve as potential option for drinking and could be used for your other personal needs. Actually, water is cooler and more refreshing compared to other conventional water sources. It has natural chemical-free components that helps in rejuvenating your body and is more capable of quenching thirst. Additionally, it provides you with a more invigorating water source for your bath and various personal uses.

Two methods of collecting rainwater:

  1. A great method to catch rainwater is the groundwater catchment method. Smaller communities instead of individual homes normally use it. This method channels rainwater from the catchment place and guides the water to a storage container. Its use is guaranteed to supply water in places where there is scarce or no rainwater at all. Using and designing this system needs careful and precise installation since it is a potentially great way to gather and store substantial water that could supply an entire community.

  2. Another method is the roof catchment process, which directs the rainwater falling on the roof towards a container or storage. This is achieved using gutters or pipes that channel the water source. First, you do not store the first flush of water because it could be contaminated. This could cause health hazards because of the content and quality of the water that could be affected by other components in your roof like dusts, rusts, bird droppings and many more.

Rainwater resource is definitely a good option for every homeowner. It helps cut on your monthly water bill. You need ample supply of water to irrigate your lawn, water and maintain your garden and other foliage located on your property. You can lower or eliminate the added cost with rainwater while continuing to cater to the water needs of your home. Country people even make use of rainwater collected to provide for their livestock and pets.

Collecting rainwater is a sure way to help you conserve water. It is making use of free resources from nature. The key is right knowledge, correct installation and using the right methods for a successful rainwater collection and for you to make the most out of this beneficial and greener venture.

It is time together up those containers and drums, so when the next raindrop falls, you will have a supply of free and clean water for all your household needs.
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