Rain Harvesting – Part 3

Harvesting Systems into Gardens While through most of the year, outdoor water use accounts for just 7% of the total water we use, in the summer this rises dramatically to over 50% at peak times, according to Waterwise. One rather unusual option would be follow the lead of former architectural technologist Jonathan McGee. His home looks, […]

Rain Harvesting – Part 2

Systems That Plumb Into Homes If you’re looking for an RHS that will allow you to use the water to flush the toilet, wash clothes in the washing machine and even clean the house, as well as water the garden, and you’re prepared to excavate your garden, one of your best options is a Graf […]

Rain Harvesting – Part 1

Rainwater harvesting systems (RHS) – as you might expect from the name – harvest the rainwater that has fallen freely from the sky, typically onto the roof of your home. In contrast to the humble water butt, which typically captures about 200 liters of rainwater, a rainwater harvesting tank can easily filter and store up […]

Fungal Growth

Pictured here is a wall where severe and prolonged water damage occurred without repair. Dominant mushrooms are now growing off the wall, prior to remediation and repair of the water source. For more info, visit our website at Biowashing.com