Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater
Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting with PerfectWater™ begins with advanced water catchment technology and high-capacity storage tanks and continues through purification, making the water useable for any purpose in the home such as drinking, cooking, and washing, as well as traditional uses such as irrigation and lawn care.

Contact us if you have any questions about rainwater harvesting. We can help make this step towards an intelligent and eco-friendly lifestyle.

Water Availability

Rainwater harvesting is your own personal water supply. If municipal water is not available, issues arise with well water sources, or if you simply wish to utilize this abundant resource, rainwater harvesting is a strongly recommended solution.

Self-Sustainability

Rainwater harvesting can make your home 100% self-sustainable if you want to be off the grid.

Stormwater Runoff

The challenges and cost of compliance with stormwater regulations can be significantly reduced by capturing rooftop rainwater.

Water Quality

Rainwater is the best natural water supply in the world. It's straight from nature's big distiller in the sky; naturally soft and tastes great. Use as primary water supply for indoor potable use and irrigation.

Water Cost

Rainwater is yours. You own it. It is an asset that falls on to your roof at no cost to you after initial investment. Low cost annual service is part of maintaining a successful system.

Stewardship

Consider your impact on the collective freshwater supply in your community. Positive community environmental impact.

Soft Water

Rainwater is naturally soft. Thus, one with rainwater harvesting gets to experience the MANY benefits of soft water. From protecting plumbing and appliances, to clear surfaces and dishes, to healthy and soft skin and hair.

Benefits

Rainwater Harvesting – An Alternate Water Source

Design, Installation, Start-up, and Service, we provide turnkey rainwater harvesting systems for residential applications.

1. Capture | Convey

Rainwater is captured on the rooftop. Sealed conveyance will be installed from each downspout and directed through pre-filtration to storage.

2. Pre-Filtration.

Prior to entering storage, all captured water passes through a centrifugal pre-filter. The pre-filter is a first flush device, filters below 300 microns, and oxygenates the water prior to entering storage.

3. The Storage Ecosystem.

Sealed conveyance and storage, pre-filtration, and various flow devices in the storage containment are designed to maintain superb stored water quality. Our unique design causes the natural formation of a microbiological deck, which maintains a storage ecosystem that results in clear, odor and color free water without the use of chemicals or need of maintenance.

4. Storage.

We offer a wide range of below and above ground storage options to best suit the needs of each custom job. From ridged polyethylene, corrugated steel, and timber tanks, to collapsible bladders and modular storage systems.

5. Pump, Filtration, and Purification.

Rainwater is naturally soft and great tasting having just come from nature’s big distiller – the clouds. Because the water in storage is kept clear and odor-free, filtration required for potable use is minimal. Filters are used to “polish” for taste and ultra-violet is utilized for sterilization.

6. Automatic Back-up.

An automated crossover to the secondary water supply (municipal, well, etc) is installed to assure seamless water supply in a drought condition. Sole source systems can be installed by including additional capacity for extended drought periods.

7. Capacity Regulator.

The capacity regulator is installed when the rainwater harvesting system is an integral part of the site’s stormwater management plan.

8. Use | Love Your Water.

 

Capture, purify, and reuse the best natural water supply in the world—rainwater!

I’ve worked with Perfect Water on two separate projects; the first was a commercial install which after completed looked Great. The guys I’ve worked with were professional and solved all our water needs. —Mark Levesque
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I’ve worked with Perfect Water on two separate projects; the first was a commercial install which after completed looked Great. The guys I’ve worked with were professional and solved all our water needs.

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PerfectWater is a wonderful company to work with. We have utilized their services in various custom homes. Their team is always professional, personal, and thorough. They go above and beyond and never fail our expectations.Their quality service and product is refreshing, and our clients are never disappointed. As a contractor, we want to utilize sub-contractors that we can trust, and that I know will fulfill their responsibilities and provide the homeowner with satisfactory results. PerfectWater provides this level of service, and more! I look forward to working with them for years to come. – David Ivey | Owner of Ivey Custom Homes
Rating: 5
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PerfectWater is a wonderful company to work with. We have utilized their services in various custom homes.
Their team is always professional, personal, and thorough. They go above and beyond and never fail our expectations.Their quality service and product is refreshing, and our clients are never disappointed.

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We always recommend PerfectWater to our customers. We know through the years of working together that our customers will be treated in a professional manner. They do what they say and have creative value oriented solutions for our customers. —Chuck Alexander, Executive VP, Hickory Construction
Rating: 5
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We always recommend PerfectWater to our customers. We know through the years of working together that our customers will be treated in a professional manner. They do what they say and have creative value oriented solutions for our customers.

From: Hickory Construction
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