Wall-mounted water butt 100 litre

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Buy Wall-mounted water butt 100 litre: An attractive wall-mounted water butt that can be easily fixed to the house wall or outbuilding at a convenient height. The compact design will fit in to the tightest of places and the tap (included) can be fitted either side of the butt for easy access.<br><br>Holding up to 100 litres (22 gal) of rain water, the butt fits all standard round and square down pipes. There's also a built-in overflow system that automatically tops up the butt when it rains, diverting excess water back down the drain pipe so a rain trap isn't needed.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W46cm x D23cm x H122cm

An attractive wall-mounted water butt that can be easily fixed to the house wall or outbuilding at a convenient height. The compact design will fit in to the tightest of places and the tap (included) can be fitted either side of the butt for easy access.

Holding up to 100 litres (22 gal) of rain water, the butt fits all standard round and square down pipes. There's also a built-in overflow system that automatically tops up the butt when it rains, diverting excess water back down the drain pipe so a rain trap isn't needed.

Measurements:
W46cm x D23cm x H122cm

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Nice compact water butt

4

Ideal sized water butt where space is an issue. As it is wall mounted it can be fixed out of the way. Good medium sized water butt. Sturdily built with good quality wall fixings. Would recommend.

TansandTone

Isle of Wight

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Good Small Size Water Butt

4

This wall mounted water butt is perfect for small spaces or where you don't have room for a free-standing water butt. Easy to fit just so long as you have the necessary masonary bits to drill the wall mountings.

T&T

Isle of Wight

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Wall-mounted water butt 100 Litre

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