Rainwater Harvesting / Storm Water Manufacture Canada
Rainwater Harvesting / Storm Water Manufacture Canada
"Manufacturing and Installing Rainwater and Storm Water Systems Across Canada Since 2012"
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Residential Rainwater Harvesting Systems

Services in Canada


 Full design and Engineering services for storm water and rainwater harvesting systems.  


We manufacture in Canada a complete line of rainwater harvesting and storm water systems.


We have multiple options to provide a professional installation of your storm water or rainwater harvesting system. 


We offer maintenance services for both storm water and rainwater harvesting systems. 

Trusted Across Canada (the popular choice)

Cleanflo Water Technologies is trusted by homeowners and professionals across Canada.

 Such as architects, engineers, builders, contractors, and homeowners.   

Our Canadian manufactured systems are designed for use in Canada.  

Understand first hand why Cleanflo Water Technologies is the popular choice in Canada. 

​Rainwater Uses


Rainwater is a good source of water for plants with no chlorine and is naturally soft with a neutral pH. 

Non - Potable 

​Rainwater is perfect for Toilet and Laundry use. Save money and reduce water bills up to 70%.

Potable Drinking

Rainwater is one of the cleanest and purest source of water, making it more cost effective to treat than other water types. 

Alternative to a Well

Drilling a well is a GAMBLE !  Rainwater harvesting can supply all your water needs.  Many homeowners are choosing to use rainwater harvesting as their sole source of water!

Above Ground Rainwater Harvesting Tank

  • Cost effective compared to below ground
  • No excavation is required for installation
  • Will freeze in winter if located cold climate
    • Requires draining and winterizing
    • If placed in heated space can be used all year
  • Takes up space in the yard or building

What type of Rainwater Tank do I need?

RainSeeker Systems are available in both above and below ground configurations. 

 Depending on where the projects is located and what your using the rainwater for will determine the right type for tank for your project. 

Below Ground Rainwater Harvesting Tank

  • Less cost effective compared to above ground
  • Excavation required for installation
  • Will not freeze if buried below frost zone
  • Will not take up space in the yard or building

Rainwater Harvesting Tank Types

Poly Above Ground Rain Tank

Poly Below Ground Rain Tank

Fibreglass Below Ground Rain Tank

Steel Above Ground Rain Tank

Concrete Below Ground Rain Tank

Poly Below Ground Rain Tank

Rainwater Harvesting is two separate technologies working together! 

Rainwater Collection System

The process of collecting rainwater from a roof surface and storing the rainwater in a rainwater tank (as pictured above)

Rainwater Reuse Appliance 

The process and technologies used for pumping and filtering rainwater so the stored rainwater can be reused safely. 

Made with passion.

The RainSeeker Maximus Plug n Play Rainwater Harvesting System is designed to be installed underground or below ground and connected to any type of building. Utilizing roof, gutters and downpipe to direct roof top rainwater into the  RainSeeker System.

How It Works.

Cleanflo rainwater harvesting system proactively limits contaminants by utilizing the preventative approach to water supply. 

This is accomplished by utilizing a 4-step self cleaning system. An improvement compared to the current avenue to water treatment of retroactively removing contaminants from the source water (i.e. well, lake, river or pond water). 

System Benefits

Never Clean The Tank

RainSeeker tank Never need to be cleaned 

with the 4-step system.

Internal System

​Integrated internal components ensure your stored rainwater stays "Safe, Fresh and Clean"


RainSeeker system incorporates self-cleaning 3 in 1 "Basket-less" pre filter technology which includes:

First Flush, Pre Filter and Aeration

Ready To Install

RainSeeker systems are designed to be integrated with Canadian homes, cabins and buildings. 

Rain Reuse Appliance 

Built In Canada!

The Vida Rain Reuse Appliance is the FIRST complete Rainwater Harvesting Appliance that meets CSA B805 Standard for rainwater harvesting. 

  • Pumping System
  • Triple Stage Filtration
  • Reusable Filter
  • UV Disinfection
  • Tank Level and Rainwater History Monitor
  • 7" Color Touch Screen

How It Works.

Vida Rain Reuse Appliance incorporates everything for rainwater reuse in a single appliance.   Simply make up to four connections and turn the system on.  

  1. Rain Water Inlet
  2. Clean Water Outlet
  3. Optional Make Up Water (well water, city water, etc)
  4. Power Supply (Single Point Connection) 120 VAC

Built In Electronics

Vida Rain Reuse Appliance incorporated Cleanflo Control electronics which provides  complete control of your rainwater harvesting system.   With an integrated Cleanflo circuit board and touch screen give you control and monitoring you would expect.   Boosting a single point power connection making installation simple and streamlined.

Finish Options

Vida Rain Reuse System is available is two different finishes

  • Powered Coated Gloss White Aluminum 
  • Checker Plate Aluminum 

System Benefits

Complete Solution

Plug and Play ready to use rainwater re-use appliance. Integrated pumping, treatment and control in a single rainwater re-use appliance


Systems designed specifically for irrigation, with options to integrate with automatic irrigation systems. 

Non Potable 

Systems designed specifically to integrate with your interior plumbing system.  Option for automatic switch over from rain to city water.

Alternative to Drilling a Well
​(Potable Drinking Water)

System designed specifically to produce safe clean drinking water.  Providing constant pressure exceeding standard city water experience!

​Installtion Options 

Your Builder or Trades

Using our documentation and technical drawings any bonafide sub-contractor can install our system. 

Authorized Installer

Cleanflo can install your rainwater harvesting system using one of our authorized installers. 

Supervisor Onsite

Cleanflo supervisor onsite to provide technical support and installation guidance.

​Design Services 

A Few Words About Design

We offer professional design and consulting services for rainwater harvesting systems on residential projects. We specialize in rainwater harvesting systems that are used for irrigation, toilet, laundry, potable drinking water, fire suppression and storm water management
Our goal is to design a rainwater system that both efficiently collects rainwater and that can be installed within your budget!   We can meet any design requirements and overcome any roadblocks that your project may face.

Too often rainwater harvesting systems are either not designed or under designed. In those cases,  it’s put on the builder or contractor to figure out the design and installation!  This process may result in cost overruns or even cutting the rainwater harvesting system from the project altogether from improper planning. 

Who Uses This Service? 

  • Anyone who needs a “tender ready” rainwater design package to get quotes from a builder or contractor.  

  • Purchasers who need to determine an installation process - Cleanflo can provide or support installation.

  • Homeowners who are building a new house!  Our designs will makes sure the system meets local building codes and is properly integrated into your house/property. 

  • Architects and Engineers who are designing a rainwater harvesting system into their project can get complete designs and specifications.

Drinking Water Rainwater

Rainwater is one of the purest forms of water.   Making it cost effective to treat and ensure it is safe for drinking.   With a properly deisgn and insatlled rainwater harvesting you can be sure your rainwater is safe for you and your family. 

Six Step to Rainwater Harvesting

The Six main stages to Rainwater Harvesting

The six stages of rainwater harvesting:

  1. Catch the water – Clean Flo uses rooftop-harvesting systems, as they are the most widely used; easy to construct and maintain; and, the most affordable system available.

  2. Conveyance – Water is transported from the roof to the tank via gutters and pipes.

  3. Pre-filter – Pre-filters are designed to remove larger debris and particles present in the rainwater when it first comes off the roof. 

  4. Tank – Tanks vary in size and style including the following options: above/below ground, slim line next to a house, and larger scale located away from buildings or property.

  5. Pump – Pumps are optional on DIY systems and vary in size depending on the system.

  6. Treatment – The water is treated depending on the end use (i.e. outdoor, laundry/toilet flushing, or potable/drinking).


Clean Flo is proud to offer its customers a variety of solutions from simple residential garden systems to large commercial multi-tank underground systems.

Information About Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting Information

Rainwater can be harvested and stored for a variety of uses in residential, commercial and agricultural settings. It is a renewable, sustainable, high quality and free water source available to anyone. Almost pH neutral and free of additives, rainwater provides cleaner water than that obtained from groundwater sources. 

Given this, rainwater is an ideal replacement for or supplement to conventional treated municipal water or well water. Filtered rainwater has a variety of uses, and depending on how it is filtered and treated, it can be used for outdoor irrigation, for indoor laundry and toilet flushing, and finally for drinking and cooking.

Harvesting rainwater has a number of economic and environmental benefits, including:

  • Saving a lot of money on water and energy bills as demand for treated water from the municipal water supply is reduced significantly and the need to use energy to pump water also decreases. (Up to a 50% saving on water bills);

  • Convenience – no hauling required;

  • Water is naturally soft and chlorine free;

  • Conserving water;

  • No water shortages;


Clean Flo designs and installs small to large-scale rainwater harvesting systems.  A rainwater harvesting system is essentially a large-scale rain barrel that is integrated right into a building’s infrastructure. These systems are built to code (local, provincial and national).

Professional consultation, support and customer service are available throughout the entire process to ensure you are comfortable with your new system.

Imagine if you could replace a significant amount of the water used in your home or business by harvesting rainwater – a free and readily available source of water – instead of paying to pump and use municipally treated water or hauling water over long distances? Clean Flo Water Technologies are experts in rainwater harvesting and can help you do just that.

Clean Flo specializes in designing and installing innovative and proven products specifically engineered for rainwater harvesting in residential and commercial settings. These systems, which are pre-designed and tender ready, can be incorporated into a new build or retrofitted into an existing building for a variety of uses (outdoor, toilet flushing/laundry, potable). 

Clean Flo manages the entire process, from consultation to design to installation.  This process includes a complete site analysis to determine the best system for the desired use, as well as the recommended tank and pump sizes.

System designs are based on end use and newly released Canada Safety Association (CSA) Standards:

  1. Outdoor (irrigation) – no sterilization required (CSA R1)

  2. Indoor Limited (toilet flushing, laundry) – moderately sterilized (CSA R2 & R3)

  3. Potable (drinking water) –  (CSA R4)

As these large rainwater harvesting systems are integrated right into a building’s infrastructure, they are considered mechanical systems and require multiple building permits (electrical, plumbing, structural, etc.).  Clean Flo takes care of supplying the required engineered drawings for permitting purposes. These drawings can be purchased in conjunction with a system, or by engineers, architects and other design professionals as stand-alone documents.  Complete system drawings can then be worked directly into project plans.

The Clean Flo team can also incorporate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria into rainwater harvesting projects and can maximize LEED points related to rainwater harvesting and storm water management.  They also provide support for clients desiring green building credits through the LEED program by incorporating credits under the following criteria:

  • Water use reduction

  • Innovative wastewater technology

  • Storm water design; quality control

  • Water efficiency; landscaping

  • Innovation in design

Not only does Clean Flo have years of experience working with architects, engineers and other design professionals, the team is experienced and educated in water resource engineering technology and are accredited American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association professionals. 


  • Save money on water and energy bills and water hauling;

  • Chlorine free;

  • Naturally soft;

  • Conserves water - commercial rainwater harvesting systems have a greater impact due to volume gathering capabilities of large roof.