Water Tanks for the Win
Water tanks are essential to any household. Whether you live in a remote or arid area, need more water storage, or just want to save money, there's a tank for you. Water tanks come in all shapes and sizes, so there's something for need.
Domestic Water Storage Tanks Are Efficient and Cost-Effective.
Water tanks are containers for storing water for numerous applications such as irrigation or drinking water (filtered, of course).
For your home, an above-ground water tank will likely be the most convenient, efficient and cost-effective water storage. Here are some reasons why:
They're Cheaper to Install
Unlike in-ground tanks, you don't have to dig up your garden or hire a contractor—this makes them easier to install on your own. And while they may cost more upfront, they'll pay for themselves in labour costs and savings on your water bill over time.
They're Easier to Access and Maintain
They're above ground, so you don't risk your tank collapsing if the water table is high in certain seasons. Again, because these tanks are not buried underground, there's no need for lengthy irrigation systems or other complicated plumbing.
You can access your tank easily, so you won't incur massive expenses if there are clogs from debris. Above-ground water tanks are just more convenient and reliable.
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Water Tanks Come in Many Shapes and Sizes to Suit Your Circumstances.
Water tanks come in so many shapes and sizes that it's easy to find one that suits your needs. Pioneer Plastic Tanks are available in a range of sizes and designs. They're made from high-grade polyethylene plastic, which is UV stabilised for use in the harshest conditions. This means it can keep your water food grade if you'd like to use it for drinking.
Look at these tanks designed as flowerpots for your aesthetics.
Tips to Help Keep Rainwater Fresh and Clean.
If you live in an area with abundant rain, you may want to collect water for household use, including drinking water.
Polyethylene plastic is the most common material for water tanks for this reason. It is a tough, durable plastic that's non-toxic and non-leaching. You can enjoy fresh drinking water all year long if you store your tank in a low-light (shaded) area, apply a filter, and clean it regularly.
Tank liners help keep rainwater fresh and clean, too. They can be cleaned and are low-cost enough to be replaced when they are no longer usable. Tank liners are available in various colours to suit your home's exterior and are made from high-grade virgin material.
Rainwater Harvesting Offers Several Benefits
Rainwater harvesting is a great way to reduce the amount of municipal water you use. By capturing rainwater, you can reduce your household's reliance on tap water and save money. Rainwater harvesting can also help you reduce your carbon footprint by reducing the amount of energy needed to treat water before it reaches your home!
The Right Water Tank Can Help You Save Money and The Environment
Rainwater tanks are easy to install, maintain and use. They're also an investment that will help you save money on your water bills and reduce your environmental impact. A good rainwater tank will last for years and save you time in the long run.