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

RTS Home Accents

50 Gal. Rain Barrel with Woodgrain Brass Spigot

  • 50 USG Flat Back Rain Barrel
  • Authentic Woodgrain Finish
  • Highest Quality Brass Spigot / Aluminum Screen
$11350 /each

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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. this specific barrel is hand painted to give it the most authentic look in the market.

  • 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
  • Help reduce the strain on water consumption while providing your plants with pure natural rain water
  • Able to withstand extreme weather conditions, will not crack, chip or fade
  • Flat back rain barrel

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the top removable?

Would like a removable top for ease of maintainance
Asked by: Jerry
yes the screen just sets on top of the opening.
Answered by: BooYeahKashaw
Date published: 2016-07-28

Can multiple barrels be linked together?

I want to link 2 of these barrels together. I notice that other brands sell a linking kit - does RTS have something similar? I don't see anything on the Home Depot site. Thanks.
Asked by: DoItYourselfGuy
yes, need to use hoses to link them together.
Answered by: eawallace2
Date published: 2015-12-27

Is a stand included?

The second picture shows it elevated on a stand. Is this included or a separate purchase? I don't see a stand on the website.
Asked by: Keith
Answered by: Eugene
Date published: 2016-03-06

What happens when is rain barrel is full? Is there an overflow spout?

Asked by: GG
it come out of the pipe nozzle at the front center near the top. You can also cut open the nubs on either side of the barrel to connect a second barrel for increased storage.
Answered by: BooYeahKashaw
Date published: 2016-07-29
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Customer Reviews

50 Gal. Rain Barrel with Woodgrain Brass Spigot is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 140.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ordered the 50 Gal. Rain Barrel. When it arrived it had a hole. I called customer service about ... Ordered the 50 Gal. Rain Barrel. When it arrived it had a hole. I called customer service about the hole and asked if it can be replaced. They willingly replaced. The second rain barrel arrived, but had lots of scratches and dents. The paint was coming off. Not worth the $$ I paid for.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The barrels are well made and the way they are painted makes them look from a distance like they ... The barrels are well made and the way they are painted makes them look from a distance like they are flat-on-one-side whiskey barrels. I just installed them next to our summer home so I don't have any idea how they will age out in the sun. Time will tell.
Date published: 2017-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love it, hold water form the roof for the garden love it, hold water form the roof for the garden
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from expensive and defective The spigots don't fit in the holes properly on either of the two barrels we bought. And since the problem was consistent on both barrels, it must be a design issue. Now we are stuck with two huge barrels and will have to fight public transportation to return them to home depot. We specifically bought the more expensive ones this time b/c my last home depot rain barrels (around $80 each) only lasted one season. Now reading other reviews with "easy" instructions to fix the problem involving belts, suspenders, plumbers tape, and silicone spray. Is this a joke? There are two pieces, this was not supposed to be a weekend project.
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The product was overall very good. I ordered four rain barrels just prior to gutter installation. This made it easy to have gutter drains installed to accomodate them. I have been pleased with the barrels. A light rain will easily fill the barrels. I use them to water all the trees, bushes, and the garden. I purchased four stands for the barrels and would suggest doing it. They look great and set the barrels high enough to allow easier water draining. The only problem that I have been having with the barrels is when filled completely sometimes the screen on the top will float and slide down the front of the barrel. Sometimes they will fall onto the ground or into the barrel water and float to the bottom. I solved this problem by placing a medium size rock on one side of the screen. I recommend the manufacture comes up with a solution to this problem for future barrels.
Date published: 2013-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product! Just what the doctor ordered! However, using a water hose is a bit challenging as you have to keep the watering end "below" the height of the spigot. We have it about 15" high on landscaping bricks, but the water flow is insufficient. (for our needs) Naturally, you can't use the last 4" in the barrel because of the spigot, but I just turned it over to empty it out. Plus, the daisy chain connections allow you to add multiple barrels, which we are going to do. 50 gallons fills up VERY fast! *Note: it is NOT round as the backside is flat to fit up against the house. YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE THIS BARREL!
Date published: 2012-07-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good, bad, but not ugly Aesthetically, the barrel is great. The wife and I love how it fits into our overall landscaping. Although the flat back side of the barrel cuts down on it's capacity (one good rain fills it), it's nice to have it flush to the garage with the gutter draining directly into it. The 2 major problems with this product involve the spigot. 1) The spigot location is at the very bottom, which is great for allowing a more complete drainage of the barrel. However, it also requires that the barrel be raised to attach a hose to it. Landscaping blocks under the barrel and some mulch piled up in front solved this problem in the landscaping, but does not solve the problem if placed on a patio or other surface that cannot be camouflaged (which is where we wanted to put it). 2) The spigot itself is well made, but its female counterpart in the barrel is poorly drilled and almost always produces cross-threading (as mentioned by many others). Be sure to use plumbers tape and a lot of patience when inserting the spigot or you'll wind up with a $100+, aesthetically pleasing, raised drain with no holding capacity.
Date published: 2013-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Rain Barrel The rain barrel is constructed very well and it works great. Other people have apparently had problems screwing in the spigot, but I did not. I've purchased two of these (and I'm thinking about another one), and I was able to thread the spigots without a problem. I laid it flat on it's back and began threading by hand. As it got tight, I applied pressure with one hand, and tightened with a wrench in the other hand. They threaded tight with no leaks. As others have advised, the rain barrel needs to be raised off the ground to attach a hose. I used decorative concrete blocks from my local HD.
Date published: 2015-11-29
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