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Site Preparation and Pipework Installation for Rainwater Tanks

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Once you have ordered your rainwater tanks, your next task is to prepare the location (site) where your tank will be placed. This article goes through some basic steps for site preparation and piping installation so that you have a good idea what need to be arranged and considered before your tank arrives. Site Prepara ...

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Choosing a Location for Your Rainwater Tank

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If you are you looking to purchase a rainwater tank, then you should have an understand of what tank size you need. Once you have worked out how much rainwater you wish (and are able) to harvest, your next step will be identifying an appropriate location for a tank that size on your property. There ...

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How to Link Multiple Water Storage Tanks Together

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In a previous article, we covered the question of whether multiple water tanks or one single tank would be the best option. If you believe multiple water tanks are the best way forward for your situation, then reading this article will give you some understanding about how your tanks can be linked. When installing your ...

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Deciding Between Multiple Water Tanks or One Large Tank?

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When looking for a water tank, many just considering buy one to meet their needs. Yet, there are several reasons why getting two or more might be better. This article will explore reasons why you might wish to install multiple water tanks rather than one large tank or vice-versa. Factors to Consider When Choosing Choos ...

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3 Benefits Water Pressure Pump Covers Provide

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Water pressure pumps cost a few hundred dollars and they often need to be placed in an outside area. While many pumps are made to function in the open, without any protection they will be hit with the Sun’s harmful UV rays, soaked with rain and hail, and face the extreme weather which hits Australia. ...

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