On this page you’ll find all of the water butts we supply.
The key technical considerations are:
- Size of tank - Use this water butt sizing guide to learn more
- How water will enter the tank - Use this rainwater diverter guide to learn more
A water butt is a container used to collect rainwater typically used for garden irrigation. In a rainwater harvesting system, rain water flows from the roof down a downpipe (drainpipe), through the diverter, and then into the water butt. Typically all diverters act as the overflow when the water butt is full - when installed at the correct height. Some of the diverters we supply also act as filters. Use this rainwater diverter guide to learn more.
The alternative way to capture rainwater is to allow the downpipe to enter the water butt directly. In this scenario an overflow is required to prevent the water overflowing the water butt.
We're often asked what capacity is required? This will typically depend on the current watering regime (demand) and the number of days drought protection required. Use this water butt sizing guide to learn more.
Water butts are often made from plastic and are usually placed on the ground. However, they can also be wall mounted.
We offer the full range of options, from small water butts to large water butts and in a range of styles and colours. Some water butts are supplied with diverters included while others do not, check the options to select the diverter required.