How Does a Rainwater Tank Work?
Rainwater tanks store rainwater run-off from catchment areas like your roof.
In most cases, the water from your roof is funneled along your gutters and into downpipes connected to your tank. If you are going to install a rainwater tank, alterations to your guttering may be required.
To get the best out of your rainwater tank, it's important to install appropriate screens to stop debris and insects entering the tank.
Your experienced Mr. H2O plumber can advise on the most suitable installation for your home.
For all your rainwater tank installation needs and advice look no further than Mr H2O. We strictly follow Melbourne Water’s guidelines when it comes to rain water tanks and only install the highest quality tanks.
Not only do rainwater tanks help take the pressure off our limited water resources, but also save you hundreds of dollars a year on your water bills, since you’re using recycled rainwater. The stored rainwater can be used for flushing toilets, watering gardens, washing cars and for washing machines.
Melbourne Water also offers a rebate for households that install a rainwater tank. To qualify you must install a new tank with a 2,000 litre capacity or more, which was purchased on or after 20 October 2002.
Contact Mr. H2O for more details on rainwater tanks and the rebate.