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    Water butts are ideal for collecting our own rainwater and re-using it on your garden. We have a wide selection of water butts including slimline water butts and tall water butts perfect for gardens with little space. All these water butts are made using the strongest weather resistant plastic.

    If you are tight for space try one of our space saving slimline tank. Ideal for small tight spaces, our water butts are available in many different capacities from 85 litres to 2800 litres

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    Water Butt FAQs


    What are the water butts made from?
    All our water butts are made from a very strong plastic called MDPE (Medium Density Polyethylene).

    Do I need to empty the water butt in the Winter?
    No, should the water inside the water butt freeze, the water butt will expand but not split.

    Can I access the inside of the water butt?
    Yes on all our water butts a vented lid (size will depend on the volume of the water butt) which will give you access to the inside for cleaning etc.

    Whats the holes in the middle for?
    The holes are called "baffles" and are made with the intention of transporting water as these water tanks are also used as Baffled Water Tanks for the cleaning industry.

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