Watertanks do break down eventually, no matter how well you take care of them. You need to prepare for this situation as best you can. We can aid you in repairing any damage that has occurred. All you have to do is reach out to us and we’ll be there in no time at all.
Historically, steel tanks have been the go to design that individuals use for water storage applications. However, they do come with their limitations. In recent years, plastic alternatives have become more popular, and there are some very good reasons why. What we’re going to do is look at some of the advantages of these models.
One thing to note about plastic watertanks is that they don’t weigh as much. Depending on the circumstances, a steel tank might require a crane to install it. Plastics on the other hand are lightweight, allowing you to move them by hand. This works in your favour if you’re working with a rough or hilly terrain.
Positioning a plastic tank is easier as well. With heavier steel modules you may need to prepare the site before installation. For example you could require a concrete base and some pricey rings to prevent the bottom from rusting. Plastics don’t need as much support. As a result you can position the tanks on almost any flat surface, including loft boards. This is as long as nothing sharp exists underneath. There are even some that you can place underground. This is ideal if you want to keep them out of sight.
At Nationwide Water Solutions, we have worked with a variety of different watertanks made from various materials. Regardless of the material or size, we will come up with a solution to your problem. We even offer linings if there are problems such as wear and leaks.
If you believe that there is an existing problem with a watertank, please give us a call.