Rain Barrel Order Form
Complete the online form below if you are interested in purchasing a rain barrel and someone will respond to your request within 24-48 hours. No money is due by completing this form. ALL Barrels are created by volunteers and are based on availability.
Name *
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Home Address including City, State and Zip *
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Phone Number (where you can best be reached) *
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Email Address *
Your answer
How did you hear about our rain barrel program? *
Are you an Abington Township resident? *
*Abington Township residency is NOT required to purchase a rain barrel.
Rain Barrel Prices are as follows:
~ Unpainted Rain Barrel - $50 ~ $10 discount if you attend one of our rain barrel workshops
~ Painted Rain Barrel - $75 ~ $10 discount if you attend one of our rain barrel workshops
~ Custom Art Rain Barrel - starting at $100

Painted rain barrels are NOT in stock, are painted to order and are ONLY available mid-April thru mid-October.

Number of Rain Barrels *
Select Number of Rain Barrels
The rain barrel will be attached to which type of downspout? *
Rain barrels are connected to downspouts. Please answer whether it will attached to a round or rectangular downspout.
Unpainted or Painted Rain Barrel Color (Painted Rain Barrels ONLY available mid-April thru mid-October.) *
See color chart below. *The colors that appear on the screen or in print slightly differ from painted barrels*
Custom Art Barrel Description
Type in art barrel design ~ Specific designs can be emailed after you receive a response.
Your answer
Are you planning on attending one of our rain barrel workshops? *
Attending a workshop will qualify you for a $10 discount off of an unpainted or single color painted rain barrel.
Color Chart
Additional Information
Type in any additional information or questions or if you are planning on linking several barrels together on one downspout.
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