Phone : 08 8244 2544
Address : 295 Main North Rd, Enfield SA 5085 and 535 South Rd, Regency Park SA 5010
Round Water Tanks, Maxicube Slimline Water Tanks, Slimline Water Tanks
500 Litres – 22,500 Litres
When considering your return on investment from buying a water tank in South Australia, how do you make an informed decision?
A water storage scheme in one of Australia's driest states almost always brings the right rewards, but Maxiplas has helped to improve buyers' understanding by creating a rainfall guide and calculator.
By entering your average rainfall and roof catchment area online, you can get a good idea of the amount of water that's able to be collected and stored in a tank. Then, by entering your current water tank's dimensions, you'll soon see if you have the right product to optimise your water storage efforts.
After all, in somewhere like Adelaide - a city with an average annual rainfall around half that of Sydney - every drop counts. If you can collect and save rainwater in the wet season, you can put this to use during the frequent dry spells.
Not only does this give more security to households or businesses in areas likely to experience water shortages, it has the added benefit of reducing a utility bill substantially. In essence, you're using water that is free and arrives in the most natural way possible, so it's a smart way to save.
However, there are things that need to be considered when buying a new water tank, not least of all whether it can stand up to the formidable Australian environment.
Hot summers and stormy winters typify the SA climate, so a tank needs to be built with quality in mind to suit the challenges faced in the Festival State.
Maxiplas are local experts, running a family-owned business, to make sure their water tank products are built with South Australian communities in mind. The company manufactures and sells tanks of all sizes to fit almost any application.
For instance, the smallest tank weighs in at 500 litres, so those households with limited space can collect and use a modest amount of water throughout the year. For those with a bit more room to work with, Maxiplas's slimline water tanks collect up to 3,000 litres of water.
Then, when a business or property decides they want to save serious amounts of money, the company engineers products with a 22,500-litre storage capacity. These include round and underground polyethylene water tanks, so there are plenty of options available.
So, if you're looking for a new water tank or are interested in starting your very first water storage scheme, be sure your tank is sourced from a reputable manufacturer with a high level of service, such as Maxiplas.