Capturing rainwater for use in your home or garden is a great way for you to reduce your water bills and protect the environment from harmful stormwater flooding.
Rainwater tanks are available in a range of sizes, shapes and materials to suit your needs at home. Make sure you consult us as Planning Permits may be required and be sure to engage a licensed plumber to install your tank.
Benefits of Rainwater Tanks
- Stores large amounts of rain water that can be used in the garden or in your home
- Reduces the use of tap water in the home and garden, reducing your water bills
- Saves tap water in times of drought
- Captures water that reduces stormwater flooding from heavy rainfall
Buying and Installing a Rainwater Tank
- Select a rainwater tank that suits your needs
- Use a rainwater tank calculator to work out the tank size that suits you
- Find a licensed plumber to assist you (tanks must be installed by a licensed plumber)
- Check with us if you will need a Planning Permit to install your tank.
- Determine your budget; costs vary depending on the size, material and strength of the tank. Keep in mind that there may also be labour and installation fees
- Check what Government rebates are available to you. To be eligible tanks must be fitted by a licensed plumber. Ensure tank overflows are connected to your property stormwater outlet system
Types of Rainwater Tanks
Rainwater tanks are available in a variety of sizes, shapes, materials and colour. Check with your local retailer to find an option that suits you.