Rainwater Harvesting Systems

Exothermic Installations Ltd professionally installing and maintaining rainwater harvesting systems in the Swindon, Newbury and surrounding areas.

Design and Installation of Rainwater Collection and Recycling Systems

In the UK approximately 100,000 litres of rainwater falls on the average 4 bedroom detached property in a 12 month period. Thats a lot of water which just ends up down the drain. According to the Environment agency we use an average 150 litres of mains water per person per day. For a family of four thats a staggering 219,000 litres a year.

We cant stop using water - but we can stop wasting it!

Our rainwater harvesting systems can help you conserve water and save money.

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Figures vary slightly depending on their source, but according to according to Environment agencies water usage chart for 2009 -10 we use 12% of this water for clothes washing, 7% outdoors and 26% for toilet flushing. That equates to 45% or 98,550 litres of water per year. The amazing fact is that this 98,550 litres of water does not need to be mains water. i.e. it does not need to be "wholesome" or fit for consumption. Thats where Rainwater Harvesting fits in. All of this none wholesome water requirement can simply be provided by the water that falls on the roof. If you further factor in the natural softness of rainwater, then you reduce the need for chemical de-scalers and reduce the need for chemical detergents and fabric softening agents among other things, which all affect water quality and the environment.

How Do I Choose the Right Rainwater Collection System?

There are several different types of Rainwater Harvesting systems available, generally they are direct or indirect. A Rainwater Harvesting system usually consists of a large underground storage tank, that rainfall is diverted into and thus harvested. It is then pumped into a building "directly" to services as required. Or it is pumped into a building and into a small storage tank. From here it is piped to services as required, this is known as indirect. Both systems have mains water back-up so that if a rainwater store runs dry, there is always water available for use.

The average domestic rainwater harvesting installation costs approximately £3,000 - £6000 installed. Costs are affected by type of system used, size of property and location of equipment and services. It also depends on the amount of ground works required too. Correctly sized it will provide all of the household washing machine, toilet flushing and garden water requirements, complete with automatic mains water back-up.

The Benefits of Rainwater Recycling

Rainwater collection reduces household mains water consumption, cuts costs and cuts carbon emissions, saving money and the environment. It can give a property a higher score on its energy performance rating and help achieve a higher level on the code for sustainable homes. We provide a complete installation and maintenance service from start to finish on all of our rainwater recycling systems. We are experienced installers as well as Registered Plumbers (RP) with the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers (CIPHE). We take on full responsibility for the specification, design, installation, set to work, commissioning, handover and maintenance of our Rainwater Harvesting systems. We are fully insured and guarantee all our work, parts and labour for at least 12 months.

Contact us today and speak to an experienced and qualified installer to see how we can help with installation or maintenance on your Rainwater Harvesting system.

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