Underground water tank alternative

It seems hard to believe but these lovely pictures above, are actually high strength and waterproof concrete tanks made by Landscape Tanks. They can be located underground. Why bury your water storage underground when you can turn it into a feature for any quality property.These space saving, brilliant looking Landscape Tanks are designed to go above ground and incorporate a planter box on top for growing plants and are popular as  retaining walls, front fences and even storm water detention systems. Imagine storing your rain water in your retaining wall or front fence – seems impossible and a great underground water tank alternative.The main reason people bury their underground water tanks is that generally water tanks look less than attractive around a property or that they don’t have room.

They add that WOW factor to your home.

They will also look as good in 100+ years’ time as when they are installed believe it or not.

Underground water tank alternative – consider

  • Attractive appearance.
  • High strength and waterproof concrete.
  • No footings required.
  • No excavation required for big savings.
  • When used above ground easy installation and may be buried to a height that suits.
  • Designed to last 100+ years.
  • May be buried or partly buried to suit any requirements.
  • Adds that WOW factor to your property.
  • May be painted or rendered to suit any decor.

Whether you have a need a for an underground water tank in Sydney or underground water tank in Melbourne these brilliant Landscape Water Tanks are a must for any quality property.

Plumbing is the same as a normal rain water tank and they are joined together using an inbuilt patented “O” ring seal. A 50mm pipe is then inserted between the tanks during installation in an amazingly simple process. It is possible to have the Landscape Tanks located anywhere around the property as well.

Please give us a call and we will be happy to pop out and share ideas and offer a no obligation free quote.

Contact us: 0499 19 22 82

Anything else will disappoint.

For more information on your rain water tank requirements contact:

http://www.sydneywater.com.au/SW/index.htm in Sydney or http://www.melbournewater.com.au/Pages/home.aspx in Melbourne.

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