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Solar Shed With Rainwater Catchment The shed was built for longevity, using Hardiplank siding, metal roofing, a cement pad and an entry made from reclaimed hand-made clay bricks. Solar: Six Kyocera 135 watt panels are roof-mounted and actually supply power to our home. Water: The metal roof was installed for longevity but also as part of a clean, rain-water collection system. I've installed gutters on both the front and back of the shed which feed into two 65-gallon rain barrels.