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Domestic Rainwater Harvesting System Installation

Installation

As Easy As 1,2,3 ...

It doesnt matter what level of technical expertise you possess, installing Monsoon® from Stormsaver is simple and straight forward.

Property Developers
If youre a property developer or competent builder looking to add rainwater harvesting to your latest development, then our clear and easy to follow step by step installation manual will guide you through the process of connecting the Monsoon® system to your property.

Self-Builders & Individuals
People familiar and confident with plumbing should have no problems installing the Monsoon® system, but if you need any help or assistance or want to find an expert in your area who can install the rainwater harvesting system for you then simply contact us and well do our best to help.

Maintenance
With just one part to clean - the pre-tank filter - looking after your Monsoon® rainwater harvesting system is straight forward. Just slide out the pre-tank filter, clean off any algae or debris, replace the filter and youre done! It is always good practice to make sure your gullys and guttering are cleared of any blockages too.

Rainwater is channelled from the roof into the storage tank passing an integrated filter to remove large debris, leaves etc. Water then enters the tank via an inlet calmer preventing disturbance to fine sediment on the base of the tank. Tanks are shallow dig, so simple to install as a deep excavation is not required

Excess rainwater flows out of an overflow. The system is designed to skim the surface particles bi-annually keeping water quality high.

Inside the building, the control panel calls for rainwater on demand from the appliances. Rainwater is then sucked via our clever 90W suction pump, through the second floating filter in the tank, to the control panel. It is then distributed via pressure to the toilets, washing machine and outside taps.

More on our rainwater harvesting systems

All of the Stormsaver rainwater harvesting systems will make the most economic use of the local rainfall with predicted water consumption.

It is recommended that you speak to our expert staff to help you choose the correct type of system for your application and that you choose low water consuming products to complement the system, furthering a reduction in overall consumption.

All Stormsaver Monsoon systems come with a 12 month parts warranty.

Find out more about Our Domestic systems

“We installed the Stormsaver domestic rainwater harvesting system 8 years ago. The savings on our mains water consumption have been amazing. We are a 4 person household, with 2 kids so lots of baths and clothes washing! We use around 56m3 of mains water a year the same as an average single person household without rainwater harvesting.  Our systems provides rainwater for toilets, laundry and irrigation and has reduced our water bill over £200 a year. I specialise in designing and building low energy housing and it is important that I not only research the best available products, but actual experience using them. The Stormsaver system has been simple to install and maintain with very good after market care, I will be using their product again.”

Charlie Luxton - Architect and TV Presenter

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