Downspout Filter
A successful rainwater harvesting project relies on properly pre-filtering the rainwater before it enters the storage reservoir.
Downspout Filter Cut Out
  • First Stage in Properly Filtering Rainwater - The Downspout Filter is installed at the base of the downspout ready to capture and remove a variety of debris that may be flushed into the system during a rain event. Incoming rainwater is passed through a series of mechanical filters that remove leaves, twigs, seeds, and small sediment that accumulat on the surface of the roof between rain events.
  • Utilize Aquascape's online RainXchange® Calculator to determine how many Downspout Filters your project will require.
  • Add a downspout filter onto a water feature and use rainwater to top off the water level.
  • Handles up to a 1,500 sq. ft. roof and more than 50 gallons per minute flow rate.
(Unit Weight: 10 lbs.)
#30166 MSRP $199.99

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RainXchange Rain Barrel
The RainXchange® Rain Barrel has a planter lid for flowers and the water harvested is healthier for your plants. Rain Barrels

Features:
  • Large 75-gallon capacity!
  • 5-year warranty
  • Requires no electricity
  • Large safety overflow keeps water in the barrel or away from the house
  • Lid can also be used as a planter
  • Thick plastic walls are durable and will withstand extreme conditions
  • Childproof lockable lid
  • Brass spigot for garden hose connection
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Terra Cotta Rain Barrel
(Unit Weight: 30 lbs.)
#98766 MSRP $259.99
Sandstone Rain Barrel
(Unit Weight: 30 lbs.)
#98767 MSRP $259.99