3P Technik Helena Water Butt - 300 Litres



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Add a touch of ancient Greece to your garden or decking with this Helena Water Butt. Manufactured from UV resistant polyethylene, this water butt has been crafted to give a realistic terracotta look and distressed finish on one side. It is a beautifully designed water butt that will also make an attractive garden feature.

The water butt features a brass ¾” connection point for the screw in tap and a side outlet for draining or connecting to another tank. There is also a removable lid for ease of access and a brass tap


Capacity: 300 Litres

Dimnesions: W78cm x 78Dcm x H120cm


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Good Quality and Look Great Joanna Osborne on 1 May 2020

I was looking for an attractive water butt for the garden as they were going to go each side of the front door. I was a bit hesitant that these would look a bit cheap but they look great. It is a shame they dont come with the diverter can get them cheap enough though. Also they came in good time within a week. Also they are huge.

Great value gary61 on 27 September 2019

Was considering the larger water butt but the 300 litre is huge and great value for money

Looks Good markpatmore on 29 May 2018

We were looking for something different to cover a plane wall and it does the job.

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Q & A

Q: What is the height of the tap from the floor?
A: The tap sits approximately 30cm off the ground.
Q: Can you connect Helena Water Butt amphora to a downpipe and use the downpipe for overflow as in a Water Sava?if so, how? or where?
A: The idea is you can position everything to suit your downpipe configurations, there is no fixed entry point, providing total flexibility at site level. The instructions have been added to our product page which may provide a better explanation
Q: Will water, stored below the tap ever get used or will it contaminate new water?
A: The water at the bottom will not contaminate new water , however, if this is a concern to you there is a drainage point at the bottom of the the water butt to allow you to drain the water butt completely.
Q: Helena Water Butt 300 Litre : DD8278D
Is it necessary to drain plastic butts during extremely cold/frosty weather ?
Thank you.
A: You should drain at least a quarter of the tank, and if we are experiencing freezing conditions, possibly even half. This is to allow for expansion if the water in the butt freezes.


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