rainwater harvesting solutions

Call us for professional advice on a rainwater harvesting solution

in Pretoria, Centurion and Johannesburg

Rainwater Hopper Heads

Usually, rainwater hopper heads are located at the top of the downpipe or over the outlet on slabs.  Their purpose is to increase water flow during periods of heavy rainfall, increasing the usual third capacity to full capacity.  We custom design and manufacture rainwater hopper heads to the requirements and specifications of the project.

Leaf Catchers

Leaf catchers are an important part of a guttering systems where the building is close to deciduous trees or large shrubs.  The leaf catcher prevents leaves, small branches and other debris from getting into the gutters, which can cause the gutters to clogs and impair the optimal flow of water through the system.  Gutters can even overflow with heavy rainfall and damage walling.

We all have to play our part in conserving South Africa’s most precious natural resource: clean drinking water.

As specialists in figuring out how to ensure that your roof is correctly fitted with rainwater harvesting capabilities, Gutter Innovations has just what everyone needs!

We provide reliable guttering systems for any home or commercial building, so the excess moisture from rainfall will run off into collection points where they’ll connect directly onto tanks before being pumped up through plumbing pipes and sent downspouts near plants requiring extra irrigation – creating a sustainable solution without sacrificing aesthetics.

With water scarcity on the rise, it’s more important than ever to find ways of capturing and storing rainwater as a water banking system, a rainwater harvesting system to irrigate your garden or be integrated into the plumbing system of your home or a commercial building.

We design and install the appropriate guttering system up to the tank.

Ask your water tank installer to contact us for the perfect system leading up to the tank.  We will also be able to refer you to independent, verified installers of tank systems.

Harvesting rainwater for sustainable use is a great way to help control the impact we have on our environment. It can be done at any level, from simple harvesting systems in your backyard to complete installations that integrate with an irrigation system and household plumbing fixtures!

Rainwater harvesting is viewed as socially and environmentally responsible and promotes self-sufficiency.  You can reduce your dependence on municipally treated water by using rainwater harvesting systems to supply water for some or all of our water needs.

Rainwater can be used for irrigation in landscaping projects or directly ingested by plants as they’re not subjected to any chemicals that may harm them. Rainwater is FREE!  You only pay the initial installation cost, which will outweigh your spending on bottled drinking water or having a long-term sustainable water supply.

Harvesting rainwater is a great way to save money on your utility bill. You will be able to identify what areas are used mainly within the house and implement conservation methods there so that all residents benefit from lower household usage rates while still enjoying a lovely green garden.

Consider rainwater harvesting if you’re looking for an environmentally friendly way to cut your water use. The practice reduces soil erosion and flood hazards by collecting excess rainfall that would otherwise run off into rivers or end up as stormwater during heavy downpours – instead, using it all within the property’s boundaries!

Using rainwater for toilet flushing, washing machines and watering the garden save precious drinking water.

Please feel free to contact us today to become an eco-warrior.

Gutter Innovations

CALL US

012 002 0244  or 012 379 1157

463 Van Der Hoff Road, Pretoria,
Gauteng, South Africa

Email: info@gutter.co.za

    AREAS WE SERVICE:

    The greater Pretoria area, Cullinan and surrounding areas. Centurion. Midrand. Johannesburg and surrounding areas. Brits. Hartbeespoort and Rustenburg. We also service other areas in Southern Africa, dependent on the scope of the project.