Collecting our most precious natural resource
Water Tank Sizes
When determining the ideal watertank size, you'll need to take into account a number of factors such as expected water consumption levels, water catching capacity, build space, and your budget to name a few. Click here for more on determining your ideal water tank size.
Rain Water Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting is the process of collecting rainwater from an impervious surface and directing it to a location where it shall be used or stored for later use. Click here to see what is actually involved in the creation of an effective rain harvesting system that results in a quality water storage solution.
Water Tank Pumps
Catching the rain water is only half the battle, as you are now faced with having to send your precious drops around the house, so you can actually use it. For this to take place, you're going to need a water pump. Click here to see what factors you need to be considering for the ideal water tank pump.
Water Tanks For Melbourne
With an average rainfall of 650mm, Melbourne provides ample opportunity to harvest rainwater for household, agricultural and pastoral needs. Utilising a water tank as a main or supplemental water source may allow for significant cost saving, as well as providing adequate water personal consumption needs.
There are a number of factors to consider when creating your ideal water harvesting and storage solution
When it comes to durability and longevity, you really can't go past a water tank that is made from steel. Within Melbourne, and throughout Australia, the highest quality water tanks are constructed with Bluescope© Steel. Click here to read more information relating to steel water tanks.
With a number of different rain water tanks styles on the market, you'll need to consider which one is most suited for your needs. From steel water tanks, to slimline poly tanks, we can help you work out what is best for you. Click here to check out what water tanks are for sale within Victoria.
Unsure as to how much a water tank will actually cost you? The answer will depend not only depend on the size of your watertank, but also the complexity of your water harvesting system. Click here for more in depth insights into how your water tank price can vary.
A water tank is only one component of a much bigger system
With a little foresight, you will be able to design and install a water harvesting system that will not only give you good quality water, but will also reduce your reliance on mains water. It is a well known fact that rain water that is captured, harvested and stored correctly is a safe, economical and sustainable source of quality water that can satisfy your complete water storage requirements.