Hall’s Rainsaver Rescues Allotment Gardens in “Wettest” Drought with Ingenious British Made Shed Gutter Kit

Despite the recent rainfall, allotment and remote gardens relying on natural rainfall for essential watering remain in jeopardy this summer with the worst drought in a generation. With water saving in high demand, Hall’s Rainsaver Ltd provides a welcome alternative solution to gardeners for storing water for future dry spells with their unique Hall’s Rainsaver Shed Guttering Kit.

Saving British Water with Guttering for Allotment Sheds

Saving British Water

More than half the country is now officially in drought (source: Environment Agency), and Rainwater harvesting has practically become a necessity in the worst affected areas, particularly in the South and South East. The Hall’s Rainsaver is an attractive alternative to existing rain diverter technology due to its unique features and benefits.

A world first, the hand-fit, unique patent pending bracket allows the Rainsaver to be easily installed and moved without tools, even from one side of a shed to the other, to fill multiple containers with rainwater, precisely where it is needed – in the garden or allotment.

The revolutionary Hall’s Rainsaver is now in production having been in secret development for almost two years and will be available to purchase in the second quarter of 2012. The company invites no-commitment pre-ordering at http://hallsrainsaver.com as initial stocks are expected to move quickly.

Commented Keith Hall, company director and co-inventor, “We knew the solution had to be easy to understand and fit and this is built into the design. Full water butts are too heavy to move so the ability to fill multiple butts with one Rainsaver is a key feature. We are encouraged to have received early interest from Water Authorities and will be looking to establish business relationships with other outlets in due course.

The kit includes everything required to collect rainwater (except the butt), and is made from weather resistant recyclable materials including quality brand standard guttering sourced within the UK. The company has recently begun production manufacturing and is now accepting pre-order registrations on its website in time for first shipments which are expected to be around the end of May.

Details can be found at hallsrainsaver.com


About Hall’s Rainsaver

Hall’s Rainsaver was designed to fulfil the needs of many gardeners and allotment owners by providing a shed guttering system that is not only really simple to fit, but allows for movement to fill up multiple water containers without any additional plumbing or DIY knowledge. Save a shedload of water!

One Response to Hall’s Rainsaver Rescues Allotment Gardens in “Wettest” Drought with Ingenious British Made Shed Gutter Kit

  1. Rich Williams -

    April 29, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    this is a brilliant idea, cant wait for it for my allotment shed, we have no on site water and only had rainfall to grow my veggies which last year didnt do too well. were flooded right now though with all this rain!

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