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Did you know that your home is a potential powerhouse of rainwater catchment? For example, a home of 1,000 square feet can capture over 10,000 gallons of rain a year in an area of moderate rains. This free water can be used to irrigate your garden and lawn, refill your toilets, wash your laundry and many other uses.

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  • The monthly high and low temperatures for your area
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