New Additions to Guttering Invention for Gardeners
Hall’s Rainsaver recently launched various extensions to the award winning Rainsaver Gutter Kit range, installed in minutes to almost any garden building
Hall’s Rainsaver, the great new British invention designed to save water in increasingly unpredictable weather, uniquely solves the painful problem of fitting guttering to the many various styles of garden buildings in minutes via patent pending brackets. Recently, kits for longer length buildings were added to the range.
Demand for the new 8ft, 10ft and 12ft lengths and various extensions has presented a welcome challenge for the new company, who has also just launched a 4ft guttering kit for smaller gutter runs such as found on 4×6 sheds.
Not limited to sheds however, the novel water saving invention can be found on anything from luxurious log cabins to cosy chicken coups, enabling simple water saving from practically any sloping surface.
Keith Hall, MD explains “In September at the GLEE exhibition we announced the availability of various length versions of our kits, based on extensions to the 6ft size. Since then, orders have been rolling in at an increasing pace where we have been challenged to meet the demand particularly on 8ft and 10ft kits. We are fortunate to be in a position to dynamically respond to customer demands and I am delighted that we have delivered on our promises and to announce the availability of our 4ft kits.”
Each comprehensive Rainsaver kit of various sizes includes everything needed except the water container. All the kits are designed and manufactured in England from weather resistant recyclable materials and branded guttering, guaranteed for five years. The company is pleased to welcome orders large and small, and with weather uncertainty likely to continue, help save a shedload of water!
Hall’s Rainsaver Ltd was incorporated in September 2011, and since the product has been available from July 2012 it has garnered interest and orders from garden building manufacturers, garden centres, water authorities, allotment societies, city councils and the general public through the website http://hallsrainsaver.com and other online resellers via direct despatch.