Get Ready for Rainwater Harvesting What you Need to Do
The rainy season around the corner
Pretoria is one of the few areas in South Africa that receives the larger part of its rainfall during summer – January in particular. So with the rainy season around the corner, we would like to remind those with rainwater harvesting systems to prepare early by cleaning roofs and gutters and making sure that your systems are rainwater ready. For those who do not have rainwater harvesting systems – what are you waiting for?
Why get a Rainwater Harvesting System?
South Africa’s mainline water supply is under huge pressure. We have already witnessed the effects of water shortages in the city of Cape Town and in some smaller towns around our country. We have an opportunity to learn from what is happening and take necessary steps to prevent the same from happening to us. Rainwater Harvesting Systems make is possible for you to use alternative fresh and safe water opposed to using water from the municipal mainline water supply – leaving more water to be used where it is needed the most.
What are the benefits of Rainwater Harvesting Systems?
A Rainwater Harvesting System is a system that can be installed at your home. It collects rainwater that falls on your roof and redirects it via gutters and pipes to a storage facility. From there you can use the water as you please. Rainwater is safe to use in and around your home be it for irrigation or in-house usages like in the kitchen or bathroom. It’s free water that you can you use when you want and as much you want. These systems are extremely user-friendly and designed to last for years. They are easy to install and required very little maintenance when up and running.
Rainwater Harvesting Systems is an easy and affordable solution for a serious water shortage problem in our country. We can all do our bit by reducing the pressure on our mainline water supply by installing such systems before it is too late. Be part of the solution. The best time to save water is when there is water to save.