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RTS Home Accents 50 Gal. Rain Barrel with Brass Spigot
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RTS Home Accents

50 Gal. Rain Barrel with Brass Spigot

  • 50 USG Flat Back Rain Barrel
  • Whiskey Barrel Style
  • Highest Quality Brass Spigot / Aluminum Screen
$9341 /box

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Product Overview

Explore all the opportunities that fresh, soft, and free rainwater have to offer with the RTS Home Accents 50 gal. rain barrel. Our authentic oak barrel texture is molded into each barrel and will not fade, rot or risk insect infestation. The unique flat back design allows the barrel to sit flush against any wall and is equipped with a durable brass spigot with hose hook-up, dual overflow, and a screen to keep out debris and insects.

  • 50 Gal. capacity, dual overflow
  • UV protection from sunlight
  • Flat side to sit flush against a wall
  • Brass spigot with hose hook-up
  • Screen to keep out debris and insects
  • Linkable to other barrels for increased capacity
  • Heavy duty rotational molded construction - long lifespan
  • Authentic oak barrel appearance
  • Able to withstand extreme weather conditions, will not crack, chip or fade
  • Help reduce the strain on water consumption while providing your plants with pure natural rain water
  • Flat back rain barrel

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Roof debris run-off

We put a new roof on our house and we are still getting the fine little pebble like debris running off the roof shingles when it rains. Is the screen on this unit fine enough to filter this stuff out?
Asked by: Sher
it is also possable to make a p-trap to catch shingle debis using 90 deg fittings that fit your gutter downspout.
Answered by: maginty
Date published: 2017-03-24

is a pump needed for the hose? how good is the water pressure when using the hose?

Asked by: bkbkbk333
If the flow is not enough for your needs, Home Depot has a great "solar" powered pump. No electric needed.
Answered by: summergirl
Date published: 2016-10-20

Is the barrel completely round or does it have a flat/flush back side?

Asked by: jak
flat backing to anchor against the structure.
Answered by: alwayhave1project
Date published: 2017-06-10

does this barrel come with an overflow outlet or must you make one at the knobs on the side?

Asked by: leroy
There is an overflow port at the front center of the barrel. It is about an inch above the two ports on the side. Any water overflowing will drain down the front of the barrel unless a true diverter is used on the downspout.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2017-03-22
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50 Gal. Rain Barrel with Brass Spigot is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 409.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A year or so ago, I purchased a 30 gallon rain barrel from another company. It was 20 dollars hig... A year or so ago, I purchased a 30 gallon rain barrel from another company. It was 20 dollars higher and had a plastic spigot. It developed tiny leaks and I had to trash it. This one is WAY thicker material and holds 50 gallons. I use the rainwater to water my plants on my back porch and they love it. My guess is that rainwater collects nitrogen as it falls and that's why the plants like it so much better. I would absolutely recommend this product to anyone considering a rain barrel. Mine sits in hot Florida sun all day and holds up great.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have 3 of these and they are great the only problem is that sometimes the brass spigot leaks ar... I have 3 of these and they are great the only problem is that sometimes the brass spigot leaks around the edges so have some teflon tape ready and before you screw it into the rain barrell wrap teflon tape around the threads and you won't have that problem. I also put silicone around the screen on top so the water can't get mosquitos in it!
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far, So good. I needed this for a... So far, So good. I needed this for a unique drainage problem. I have the newly-repaired gutter draining into the barrel, then out to a garden hose - to take the water to a 'safe' area. It was a quick (& temporary) fix to a potentially big problem. [a 'Band-Aid' until I can resolve the the root cause situation]
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was very easy to install. I made a raised platform about 2 feet high on which I placed the rai... It was very easy to install. I made a raised platform about 2 feet high on which I placed the rain barrel. So, water flows by gravity and I am able to connect a hose to the faucet and water plants 50 feet away with no problem. i also use the hose attached to the faucet in the rain barrel to fill containers at various spots in the garden. So, in addition to the 50 gallons in the barrel, I get another 30 to 40 gallons collected at different points in the garden. Of course, this means I go out in the rain to move the hose or to close the faucet which fills the rain barrel.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product This rain barrel came with everything I needed for a great price. I hooked my rain barrel up to my shed. Living in Oregon, it filled in 2 days off of 20 square feet of roof space. It is so easy to set up. I stacked 12 by 12 bricks under my barrel. I do recommend plumbers putty at the spigot. This one has a brass spigot, plastic ones don't last. After testing this one, I purchased another one and linked them together. Again, very easy for a 45 year old female. I hooked up a garden hose to mine. I love conserving water. It is a great investment. This is a must purchase. I believe we can all start conserving more water in this country!
Date published: 2014-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value deficeits based on low price I now have 4 of these. Screwing the spigot into the barrel IS an issue. There are NO REAL THREADS in the plastic barrel. This means that you MUST push the brass spigot down into the hole AS you turn it with a wrench. It will not be pulled in automatically and it will 'cross thread' very easily. The brass is actually cutting its way into the plastic. BE CAREFUL - work slowly, keep the spigot straight and it will work. If you are buying this barrel GET THE STAND also!! Without the stand you will not be able to screw a hose onto the spigot and when the barrel is full it is too heavy to move and then all you will be able to do is flood the area where the barrel is sitting.
Date published: 2012-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The packaging was just aweful. I went to lift the box up off my porch to move it to my backyard ... The packaging was just aweful. I went to lift the box up off my porch to move it to my backyard where it was going to end up and the barrel and screws fell out of the bottom. It's simple, I love it. The shape works against the house. As soon as it filled up though, the back flat side of the barrel bowed, aesthetic issue only. Also, when I put the plastic strainer on the top it laid flat, 24 hours later the thing was bowed up. Easy fix, I'll just have to undo the screw and lay it back down. This was a pretty easy project for me.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a rain barrel As previously noted in the comments, installing the spigot is not fun. It is not a well drilled, nor straight hole, and there are no threads. After several attempts, and skinned knuckles, I finally got it in. The good news is that it does not leak ( I did use plumber's tape). I kind of wish there was a way to take the top off to get at the water from the top. I have not yet attached the "3-foot hose" to the spigot. I'm happy (here in drought ridden CA) to have a rain barrel. It is full. Hoorah! AT $99 it is a bit expensive for a large plastic bin. I think they should install a metal female fitting so that spigot installation is less of a challenge.
Date published: 2015-07-30
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