Impressions Bark 90 Gallon Rain Saver
This 90 gallon barrel is nearly twice the size of most barrels on the market. The molded barrel has the rough texture of large tree bark.It comes in nine colors, so it can fit in with any outdoor decor. It also has a deep welled planter on top, so you can plant flowers or a small herb bed on top of the barrel to soften its look.
The top also includes the Good Ideas original, integrated overflow channel. This channel automatically diverts all overflow water to the front of the barrel and keeps your foundation from flooding. The large intake opening can fit 2" x 3" or 3" x 4" downspouts and is covered with a soft, fine mesh plastic screen. This screen keeps out leaves, insect larva, and other organic debris to keep the stored water safe and fresh.
The barrel includes two spigot locations. The bottom spigot is good for filling a watering can or using the hose. The top valve can connect to an overflow hose or be used to connect two rain barrels together. Impress your friends and neighbors with the Impressions 90 Gallon Palm Rain Saver!
- 90 gallon capacity
- 7" deep planter on on top
- Rough, bark textured finish
- Meshed screen blocks debris
- Equipped with a sturdy brass spigot
- Routed channel diverts excess water away from foundation
- Two spigot locations
- 1-year manufacturer's warranty
- Made in the USA
- Dimensions: 44.5"x29"x29"
- Weight: 35 lbs
Good Ideas, Inc.
Good Ideas, Inc. focuses on selling high quality, sustainable and niche products. They seek out exciting new markets with high potential growth. Founded in 2001 by Greg Cronkhite, Good Ideas has steadily become one of the top composter and rain barrel companies in the U.S. market.
Studies estimate that over 5% of the US’s carbon footprint is from treating and distributing potable water. Water saving and reuse technologies are critical to reducing our global AND personal carbon footprints. While a 50 gallon rain barrel will only save 6-12 lbs of CO2 per year (a small amount of the typical personal carbon footprint), engaging in a society wide effort to reduce the amount of water we use on our yards and gardens could help us treat and distribute up to 15% less potable water! Check out this EPA WaterSense article for more information.
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