The pressures on water supplies, greater environmental impact associated with new projects, as well as deteriorating water quality in reservoirs already constructed, constrain the ability of communities to meet the demand for freshwater from traditional sources.
Water is a precious and essential natural resource that is often taken for granted. Along with the limited supply that comes with this resource comes the need for its sustainability. Rainwater Harvesting is an innovative method that collects rainwater that naturally falls on your rooftop, filters it and then reserves it within a cistern. Residentially, this water can be used for lawn irrigation, vehicle washing and toilet flushing. Not only is rainwater harvesting excellent for water sustainability, but it also reduces waste and conserves energy, which in turn cuts costs on your utility bills.
As we move forward we know we will see changes in storm water regulations and that will encourage the use of Rainwater Harvesting as a significant aspect of future storm water management.
Rainstorm Solutions primarily uses two different manufactures of Rainwater Harvesting components for their installs.
A rainwater harvesting system will collect up to 624 gallons of water per inch of rain, per 1,000 square feet of roof area.
Rainstorm Solutions provides expert consulting and design services in the areas of rainwater harvesting and storm water management. We work with home owners, builders, engineers and architects to develop the best, most efficient rainwater harvesting systems that fits their project’s needs.
We also believe in implementing certain aspects of rainwater harvesting systems today for what we fell will be required for future systems. We do this not only in an effort to be the best but also to help make sure our systems are going to be safe, long lasting, and low in upkeep and maintenance cost.
We provide design and consulting services for developers, architects, and engineers who desire to make water conservation a priority on their projects. Whether it’s for a LEED project as a requirement by a municipality, or just a request from the owner for a more sustainable Low Impact Development approach….
Rainstorm Solutions can and does partner with a licensed contractor(s) to provide turnkey solutions for your entire storm water plan. There are many civil site contractors with whom we’ve partnered with over the years that we would be happy to recommend. If you already have your site contractor in place, we will gladly work alongside them. Our ultimate goal is to make sure your project goes smoothly and as planned.
Our clients feel better about how their buildings impact the environment, the short and long term money saving and that they are part of the solution for a greener, more sustainable world.