Articles on rainwater harvesting, water quality, and more.
Your Well Just Went Dry. Now What?
What do you do if your well has been acting up or not producing water at all? Luckily, there are options, and one option, in particular, may completely change how you think about getting water to your house.
Rainwater Harvesting Laws You Need to Know About (2023)
Dry Well Alternative - Rainwater Harvesting for Your Entire Home
Wells have served an essential function in our homes for a long time. While they can still serve a purpose, technology has advanced, and other options are available to you no matter where you live. If your well is having issues, you will want to know about another option that may be perfect for you!
Gutter Water Catcher - Meet Rainwater Harvesting
Some people have been harvesting rainwater for years and even generations. Still, the way we harvest rain has improved since the days of a gutter leading to a barrel. So, before you install a gutter water catcher, consider how a whole-home rainwater harvesting system could be a better option.
Is Rainwater Harvesting Legal in Tennessee?
If you have considered installing a rainwater harvesting system in Tennessee but aren't sure if your region gets enough rain, the answer is that it probably does. Tennessee has no laws or regulations about how you capture and use rainwater and their stormwater retention laws point to the fact that rainwater harvesting is rather encouraged in the state.
Rainwater Collection Tanks
Though they could easily be described as a big container for water, rainwater harvesting tanks are much more complicated than that. A lot goes into which tank is right for you and how to properly install and maintain that tank.
Is Rainwater Safe to Drink?
Those not connected to a traditional water source rely on rainwater for all their needs, from drinking water down to the water they use to grow plants. So, what do you need to know before you drink water from the sky?
Rainfall Amount By State
This article answers the question, does my state get enough rain to justify rainwater harvesting?
Why Rainwater Harvesting Makes More Sense Than City and Well Water
Many may think of a rainwater harvesting system as a backup plan, but there is an argument to be made that it should be your first and only source of water. You will think so too when you find out that your traditional water supply is not as trustworthy as you think.
The Importance of Rainwater Harvesting
Emergencies are not the only reason to have rainwater reservoirs on hand, as you will come to find out there are plenty of reasons to start collecting rainwater now.
Rainwater Harvesting System Design
In this article, we will discuss the stages of successful rainwater harvesting system design and its benefits.
Water Filtration in Nashville, TN
Are you a homeowner in Nashville? Have you considered your water quality? In this article, we break down water contaminants in Nashville and what can be done about it.
Using Rainwater Harvesting for Cabins
Rainwater harvesting is an excellent solution for a whole-cabin water supply. Don't worry about water for your cabin anymore.
How is Rainwater Harvested for Home Use?
Rainwater harvesting isn’t only for commercial and irrigation applications – it can be a total water supply for your home!
Cost Comparison: Bottled Water vs. Reverse Osmosis
If you are buying bottled water for drinking and cooking, purchasing a reverse osmosis system might be the better solution.
What is Rainwater Harvesting Like in The Winter?
Have you ever wondered what rainwater harvesting is like during the winter months? Read on to find the answer!
Is Rainwater Harvesting a Wise Investment?
Is rainwater harvesting right for you? We dive into the many “returns on investment” that you can expect with rainwater harvesting.
Purified Drinking Water - What Homeowners Should Know
Let’s talk about drinking water purification!