Filling your Wood Fired Hot Tub with Harvested Rainwater
So you've just purchased your new wood-fired hot tub from us, and now you're looking for the most cost-efficient ways to fill and maintain your new investment. One great solution is harvesting rainwater. This can help you save money and contribute to an eco-friendly lifestyle. With the right equipment, such as barrels or tanks that collect runoff from the roof of your house, and proper maintenance and care, you will be able to have a reliable source of additional water that keeps your hot tub filled without breaking the bank.
What is Harvested Rainwater?
Rainwater harvesting is the process of collecting and storing rainwater that has been gathered from a variety of sources. This water can then be used for a variety of purposes. Harvesting rainwater is becoming increasingly popular as an eco-friendly and cost-effective way to conserve resources, reduce pollution and save money.
Setting up a rainwater harvesting system is relatively simple and can provide an affordable and eco-friendly source of water for your home and for filling your wood fired hot tub. You will need to choose the right equipment and make sure it is properly installed, filtered and maintained in order to get the most out of your system.
The first step is to install a rainwater harvesting system. This can be done with a few simple tools and materials, like gutters, downspouts, storage containers and water filters that will catch the rainwater as it falls from your roof.
Next, you need to connect your storage tank to the hot tub. This can be done with a hose or other connecting device that will transport the water from your tank to the tub. Make sure you have a shut-off valve and backflow prevention system in place to prevent any contamination of your stored rainwater.
Once connected, it's time to start filling your hot tub! You will need to adjust the water level and test the temperature before you can start soaking.
No matter where you live, harvesting rainwater is a great way to save money and help the environment. With a little effort, you can enjoy eco-friendly hot tubbing all year round!
Harvesting rainwater in remote/rural locations
Harvesting rainwater in remote or rural locations without access to electricity is a great way to help conserve resources and save money. The most basic setup requires no more than a barrel or tank, placed in an area where it can collect rainwater runoff from the roof. By positioning it properly and using a quality filter, you can ensure that only clean water is collected for use in your wood fired hot tub.
- Harvesting rainwater is relatively simple and can provide an affordable, eco-friendly source of water for filling your wood fired hot tub.
- You will need to choose the right equipment and make sure it is properly installed, filtered, and maintained
- Collect rainwater from your roof either by using barrels, tanks, or other specialized systems
- Filter it to ensure only clean water is collected and deposited into your hot tub.
- Consider adding pumps or other devices depending on your specific needs
- Proper setup, maintenance and care can help you get the most out of your system
So, what are you waiting for? Start harvesting rainwater today and fill your wood fired hot tub with clean, renewable water! Your wallet and the environment will thank you.
Article written by Hannah Walters
Hannah is a freelance writer, having previously worked for a marketing company as a content writer. She says: "my love of writing and ability to cover multiple topic areas with my work experience lead me to take the lead to freelance. It's been an exciting, but also daunting experience."