Monday, March 21, 2011
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Cloudstream Water has the only 100% Recycled Rain Barrel with a 100% Recycled Screen Top.
Our unique top design is like no other and will not fall apart like many on the market today
WHY USE A RAIN BARREL:
Plants thrive on this PH neutral, soft, oxygenated water— Unlike municipal water supplies that contain ammonia, fluoride, and chlorine.
Conserve this vital natural resource and reduce your water bills.
Control moisture levels around the foundation of your home.
Divert water from the municipal storm drain system.
Protect our rivers and streams from runoff pollution.
We also have Rain Barrel Stands!
We Sell Rain Barrels in Charleston SC
Hyams Garden Center
James Island SC
4853 U.S. 17 Awendaw, SC
29429-4932 (843) 928-3493
We Sell Rain Barrels in Augusta Ga
Thursday, September 17, 2009
CloudStream designs, constructs and maintains turnkey Rain Water and Gray Water harvesting systems for existing structures as well as new development.
CloudStream serves the commercial, residential and governmental sectors presenting immediate water and cost savings through the use of proven water harvesting practices.
We Build Rain Harvesting systems that store 300- 10k gallons of water to use for irrigation. Water is only going to get more expensive! We offer a way to set your water bills and pay back the cost of the system with the savings in short amount of time.
Monday, August 3, 2009
Wrought Iron Rain Barrel Stands
These are made in
Flat iron (the hoop and cross members) are new from short scraps. The decorative pieces and twists, etc. are reclaim.
Heights are 5 , 6, 9 , 11 at the top of the cross members.
The stands are a primer color, Black or Charleston green.
Contact info@Cloudstreamwater.com for more information
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Rain Harvesting Systems, Charleston, South Carolina, Augusta Georgia, Rain Water , Rainwater collection, capturing, filtering, storing rainwater
Contact Heath Timmerman
Cloudstream can present immediate water and cost savings through the use of proven water engineering practices. Our company designs, constructs and maintains turnkey Rain Water and Gray Water harvesting systems for existing structures as well as new development. Additionally Cloudstream conducts comprehensive water auditing and offers consultation services on water usage, water efficiency, storm water management.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Rain Water Harvesting
Sandy Springs has introduced a voluntary program designed to save water when building both homes and businesses.
The water conservation incentive program will grant fee rebates to developers, based on the measures they take to use as little water as possible.
If they go far enough to save and reuse water — such as creating rain gardens to filter groundwater and collect and filter water for irrigation — developers could end up paying nothing in building fees for their projects in the northern Fulton County city.
“This will go a long way to address this region’s water shortages and make us a leader in conservation,” Mayor Eva Galambos said.
The policy appears to be unique for the region, putting incentives in place of requirements for development. It drew support from such diverse interests as the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and the Council for Quality Growth.
“We approve of this as a market-based solution,” said Joe Padilla of the home builders association.
The basic conservation measures are grouped in levels called turtles. The first, called a Bronze Turtle, requires new construction to include low-flow toilets and showers and landscaping using drought-resistant plants and techniques. There is no rebate for this level.
The next level, a Silver Turtle, requires those basics plus three stricter conservation measures such as keeping large areas of vegetation intact. In return, the city will give back 30 percent of building permit fees on residential construction or administrative fees on commercial projects.
The Gold Turtle level will give back half of the fees for developers who meet the bronze and silver requirements and add yet another three strict measures, such as an interior irrigation system.
Developers who reach the Platinum Turtle level must complete every measure available, including designing the grading to capture and slow water runoff and eliminate the use of potable water — water fit for human and animal consumption — in landscaping. Those builders will get back their entire building fee.
How much the city will lose on fees depends on each developer and the level they achieve. Although commercial building fees vary greatly from project to project, the basic fee for single-family homes is $1,390. That means the city could lose as little as $417 for the silver level, $695 for the gold or all of it for those who reach platinum status.
Supporters argue the incentives will be worth the loss of fees, because they say they will cut at least 10 percent of the water used.“These incentives are for both developers and homeowners,” said Jason O’Rouke, a policy analyst with the Council for Quality Growth. “They will absolutely make a difference in water usage for everyone.
Friday, June 26, 2009
Rain Harvesting by: CloudStreamwater.com
The only local Rain Barrels that are made in Charleston, SC are the CloudStream Barrels. We encourage you to buy local. The other barrels you may see are shipped in from other states.
Our barrels have the only 100% recycled screen material on the market which keeps out bugs. We only use top of the line hardware that will allow years of rain water collection!
We retail our rain water barrels at Hyams on James Island and at Dwell Smart in Mt. Pleasant.
We also whole sale our Rain Harvesting Barrels.
Contact email@example.com or 843-388-5360