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This is stand alone offer and not available with any other offer
Free up your hand when it’s really needed
FREE Solar Panel with any building
•36 High powered LEDs for superior brightness •Solar panel can be mounted up to 5m from lighting unit •Powerful 1.5W Solar Panel included •Light turns off after motion stops (adjustable 10 to 80 seconds) •High capacity 3000mAh rechargeable batteries included •Adjustable light and sensor position •On/Off Switch •1 Year Manufacturers Warranty
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This is stand alone offer and not valid in combination with any other offer. Offer applied on standard specification buildings.
FREE 310L Rainwater Collector
The Basics on Collecting Rainwater
If you’re looking to cut some of your overall monthly bills and costs, collecting rainwater may be something to consider. The water caught can be used for a variety of things such as drinking and irrigation water. Understanding the best ways of collection and sanitization can help you create an independent source of water for you.
There are a few basic steps to setting up a rainwater collection system. First thing needed is a catchment area, such as slanted roof, that the rainwater will run down and into the conveyance. The conveyance is a series of pipes or gutters that will direct the water down to the storage area. Making sure to choose the right sizes of gutters for the amount of rainwater your area generally sees, can help maintain a proper flow and collection amount. From the pipes, the water flows into a storage tank. The water collected here should be kept clean from containments such as foliage or animals. Treatment for rainwater may be needed to disinfect any microbiological or chemical containment. Screens can be used to protect it from debris, while filtration and chlorinating systems can be used after it’s collected in the storage tanks.
Collecting rainwater can be a great asset not only to help reduce your overall monthly costs, but also as a backup in case of an emergency situation.
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Gravity alone is not allways enough to keep building secure in place. Stable Anchors now free with any timber building. This ground anchors will make sure your building will withstand any gust of wind and will keep building secure and level to the ground.
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