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The Juxtaposed Paradox
(Where two objects are positioned side by side in contrast to one another, seemingly contradictory, yet true.)

Double Barrel System  $760
59" L x 30" W
Bottom Rack add $90 (see pictures below)
Support Railing add $80 (see picture on right, below)
Black Railing End Caps add $20 (see picture on right, below)
8 Pavers add $120 (includes edging, spikes, sand and/or gravel, weed barrier, and labor)

Quadruplex System 
59" L x 59" W
Bottom Rack add $180 (see bottom picture, below)
Support Railing add $130 (with extended posts and end caps, see bottom picture, below)
Black Railing End Caps add $20 (see bottom picture, below)
16 Pavers add $186 (includes edging, spikes, sand and/or gravel, weed barrier, and labor)


One is the same as the other and yet completely different, as you can see in the photos below. Both barrels are cedar cladded, stained with a Honey Gold color, and banded with 1 1/4" steel strapping. Both are umbilically connected using underneath and concealed plumbing with ball valve technology. Individually, they each hold more than 55 gallons of rain water, yet they are as different as night and day.




Full Flow Four Barrel


One barrel has a rain chain going into it, a lid with a 12" opening, a removable 600 micron debris screen, and an overflow with a 12 foot, 1 1/2" dia., flexible drainage hose. The other barrel has none of these. It is a closed unit that would normally be attached to the Water Saver Diverter, which, as you can see, it is not. Two barrels, juxtaposed together as a true Rain Harvesting paradox.

Quadruplex System

Note: The Quadruplex System is now built without the two railing center posts.

Rain Chains & Accessories

Special Note: These systems should be completely drained with the spigot left in the open position to prepare for a cold snap. 

Setup and Delivery Rates

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