Find the Right Underground or in Ground Concrete Water Tank with the Help of Sydney Water Tanks

So you’ve decided to purchase an underground water tank for your property in Sydney. Perhaps you are tired of hefty water bills and want to find a way to spend less money. Maybe Sydney’s water usage restrictions are making it difficult for you to do everything you want with your landscaping and you want to solve the problem. Either way, the big question now is this: what size tank do you need?

At Sydney Water Tanks, we specialise in manufacturing and selling underground concrete tanks to homeowners throughout the Sydney area. Because our products are situated underground, tank size matters less when you are shopping with us than it might if you were buying from someone else. With above ground tanks, you have to worry about how the tank looks in your yard and how much of your property space it is occupying. With concrete underground tanks from Sydney Water Tanks, aesthetics and space are both less pressing issues.

Choosing the Best Tank Size for Your Underground Water Tank in Sydney

With that said, tank size is still important to consider. At Sydney Water Tanks, we have four different tank sizes, and they differ fairly dramatically:

  • 3800 litres
  • 6100 litres
  • 10000 litres
  • 11500 litres

To choose the right underground water tank for your property in Sydney, you will want to consider a few different factors. These include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Your intended uses: Ask yourself about your intended uses for the rainwater your tank will collect. Are you just hoping to use it for gardening, watering the lawn and other landscaping purposes? Or do you want to use it to wash clothes, flush toilets, wash your car or keep your swimming pool full? The more you intend to use harvested rainwater for, the bigger the tank you will need.
  • The terrain: To put a concrete tank underground, you first have to excavate the area. What’s important to remember, though, is that some areas are easier to dig up than others. If you live in an area with extremely rocky terrain and are worried about an excavation, then a smaller tank might be ideal for you. When the tank is smaller, there is less to bury.
  • Your budget: Of course, tank size also affects tank price. If you are working on a tight budget, you might opt for a smaller tank. If you have a higher price allocation for your tank, higher capacities should be more appealing and accessible.

Call Today for Help and Advice

If you are ready to invest in a concrete underground water tank in Sydney but still aren’t sure which size or capacity is right for you, call Sydney Water Tanks today. We are happy to walk you through the different dimensions, weights and prices for our various water tanks so that you can make the most informed decision possible. Reach us by dialling 1800 041 111 today.