WaterBricks began as a smart way to transport water to impoverished countries while helping them build their communities. Now, WaterBricks have become a durable, vertsatile water storage option for millions of Americans!
Check out how WaterBrick started, how you might be able to use the WaterBrick and demonstrations on just how durable a WaterBrick can be!
Adams came up with the idea of the WaterBrick – an interlocking brick water container that could double as housing. The water would be delivered to those in need and then they would be able to use the bricks to create shelter and housing for their communities.
The Ready Store was the first company in the nation to begin selling WaterBricks back in 2010. Now, they are recognized as a high-quality, dependable source of water storage in the industry!
Building A House
WaterBricks were designed so that once the contents were emptied, you can reuse the container to create a transitional housing. It doesn’t require a foundation or mortar, just stack them and run a ¾” PVC pipe vertically along the grooves and it joins together. They are surprisingly strong.
Please note that WaterBricks are not an approved building product in the United States.
WaterBricks are great for camping, home water storage, boating or even transporting other materials in a food-grade container. Some people use them for transporting ammo, paintballs or other materials. You can even freeze the WaterBricks to make giant ice cubes.
With the interlocking peices, you can strap them to campers, RVs or even use them handles to carry them around.
The WaterBricks are so durable that they can stop a bullet! The bricks are 9 inches long and most bullets didn’t get half way through the brick.
We even decided to throw one off our roof to see what happened. Take a look: