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We at Rain Brothers, LLC have been designing, constructing, and installing rainwater harvesting systems -- both residential- and commercial-scale -- in the Ohio Region for over six years, and we have used virtually every rainwater downspout diverter on the market. With the diverters on the market, there are recurring problems, including:
1) Difficult installation
2) Insufficient outlet size
3) Insufficient overflow, causing diverter to back up drainage
4) Working only with the smallest downspouts (i.e., 2"x3")
Our Flex-Fit Downspout Diverter addresses these issues and offers a thoughtful, high-quality, affordable solution by being:
1) Easy to install; there is no need to cut your downspout. Simply use a 2-1/8" hole saw to drill into your downspout and the Flexi-Fit Diverter fits right in
2) Large, 1-1/4" outlet allows plenty of water to pass to your barrel/tank
3) Large overflow opening allows water to easily pass back through the downspout once your barrel/tank is full
4) Works with both 2"x3" and 3"x4" downspouts
*Required for installation:
-(1) 2-1/8" hole saw
-(2) 3/4" self-tapping philips screws
Installs in three easy steps:
1) Drill hole in downspout (hole saw not included)
2) Insert diverter
3) Screw diverter into downspout and hook fill hose to diverter to start collecting rain!
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Posted by Mark on 3rd Apr 2014
The idea of making and using a rain barrel is a neat idea until you go to the local home center and try to figure out what it is that you'll need in order to build a diverter that also works as a bypass. Without the latter, the rain barrel will just overflow and you'll have a water problem.
This system requires that you drill 3 holes in a 2 X 3 inch downspout - one for the diverter and two for the screws that attach it to the downspout. Insert it, pipe it in to the rain barrel and you're done. In the Fall, take it out, plug the hole with the EDPM plug and the system is closed for the colder weather.
It's an absolutely elegant, simple system.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2013
It was easy to install and the simplest diverted I could find but yet works very well.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Oct 2013
It works and it was easy to install. Rain barrel fills up quickly with every rainfall.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Oct 2013
I gave this products 5 stars for the ease of installation We have not entered our rainy season yet so I am waiting to see how well it diverts the water
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Sep 2013
Haven't installed it yet. However, the diverter appears to be of excellent quality and well worth the price. I truly like this concept of a downspout diverter. I am sure I will be happy after I get it installed.
Posted by Bob on 20th Aug 2013
Installation was a breeze. The hole saw had no problem at all cutting a nice hole in the downspout. Maybe because I had someone holding the downspout so it wouldn't vibrate too much.
Then just compress it a bit and stick it in. I don't think there's a need to screw it to he downspout. It's in there nice and snug.
Looking forward to the first downpour!
Posted by Al on 5th Aug 2013
The best have one on a barrel never fails. Building a second rain barrel.
Posted by Well on 4th Aug 2013
Installation was very easy. It rained the other day and filled my barrel up quickly. The overflow design work out well too. I connected to the barrel using 1" PVC, it was a perfect fit into the diverter.
Posted by Butch from North Eastern Wisconsin on 26th Jul 2013
It's so easy to install. Took me all of 10 minutes.
It rained for a short time the night I hooked it up, full 55 gal drum in the morning.
As a previous poster mentioned if you have a 3x4 downspout use the 3" side if you can.
Posted by Jairy on 21st Jul 2013
This diverter was easy to install and works great. The instructions are well written and easy to understand. We get some heavy downpours in Texas and this diverter really did a great job of redirecting the water from our gutter to the rain barrels. I recommend buying the full kit since it comes with hoses and drill bits that are needed.
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