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Last year's rainfall was measured at 11.92 inches

so the potential gallons harvested was 7,152 gallons per 1,000 feet of roof

Here's some numbers:

On a 1,000 sq. ft. roof

with 1 inch of rain

​can produce up to 600 gallons of water

Pipe Per Foot

6" Culvert -- $8.43 p/ft 
8" Culvert -- $11.13 p/ft  
10" Culvert -- $13.80 p/ft 
12" Culvert -- $16.98 p/ft   
15" Culvert -- $21.05 p/ft

18" Culvert -- $25.15 p/ft

Rain Catchers are an amazing way to collect the natural renewable resource that falls from the sky. Harvesting the Monsoon and Winter rain.  

Rain Harvesters

are too big to move, so they are build on site.


4’ Culverts INSTALLED on site

4’x5’    470 gallons    $2,450.00
4’x6’    564 gallons    $2,500.00
4’x7’    658 gallons    $2,550.00
4’x8’    752 gallons    $2,600.00
4’x9’    846 gallons    $2,650.00
4’x10’    940 gallons    $2,700.00
5’ Culverts INSTALLED on site
5’x5’    735 gallons    $2,550.00
5’x6’    882 gallons    $2,650.00
5’x7’    1029 gallons    $2,750.00
5’x8’    1176 gallons    $2,850.00
5’x9’    1323 gallons    $2,950.00
5’x10’    1470 gallons    $3,050.00
6’ Culverts INSTALLED on site
6’x7’ 1484 gallons     $3,250.00
6’x8’ 1696 gallons     $3,350.00
6’x9’ 1908 gallons     $3,450.00
6’x10’ 2120 gallons    $3,500.00


Raincatchers are heavy, but movable​.

**Includes cement base, screened metal lid, all the plumbing and delivery**
       2’x4’    93gal.        $360.00                                3’x4’ 210gal.       $570.00
    2’x5’  117gal.        $390.00                                        3’x5’  262gal.       $660.00
2’x6’  140gal.        $420.00                                        3’x6’  315gal.       $750.00
2’x7’  163gal.        $450.00                                             3’x7’  367gal.       $840.00