Resources 


American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association

Texas Rainwater Catchment Association

​Texas Water Development Board

Texas Commission On Environmental Quality 
​Texas A&M University Agrilife Extension

​City of Austin: Water Conservation


Interested in what kind of tank you'd need for your project? Check out some of these sites.

​Texas Metal Tanks - Custom Metal Cisterns for smaller systems

Acer - Featuring Pioneer tanks - perfect for larger storage needs

Poly-mart - Plastic storage tanks made right in Austin, TX

Norwesco - Plastic storage tanks "imported" from Fairfield, TX

About us


​​Harvested Rain Solutions was founded in 2008 to make better use of the tens of thousands of gallons of water that run off roofs every year in the Austin area. Rainwater harvesting is a solution to water shortages that originates literally right over our heads!  HRS can also tame many stormwater issues (really just poorly behaving rainfall!) with cistern based detention/retention systems for commercial and residential projects.  HRS is a Texas State Licensed Irrigation Contractor and can help with the full development of an RWH system from collection to use.

Copyright 2008 - 2017. Harvested Rain Solutions. All Rights Reserved.

​​Irrigation License # 21205 - "Irrigation in Texas is regulated by the Texas Commission On Environmental Quality (TCEQ) (MC-178). PO Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087. TCEQ's website is: www.tceq.state.tx.us."

11183 Circle Dr. Suite D Austin, TX 78736

Serving Austin & Surrounding Areas 

​​1.877.693.2166

Contact Us

Ron Van Sickle

Ron obtained his Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. He started Harvested Rain Solutions in 2009 because of a well water shortage at his own residence. Previously, he spent 20 years in the electronics test and automation industry and designing custom homes. When Ron isn't designing and installing RWH systems, he enjoys working on projects around his home and traveling in his Bluebird Wanderlodge. He also enjoys meeting other rainwater harvesters and has visited with many in the US, Japan and Ireland to learn about best practices in different climates, supply chains and markets.