Based in Maitland, our rainwater tank installation specialists service the Hunter Valley, Dungog, Port Stephens and Newcastle areas. We’re available 7 days and offer emergency, after hours assistance. Contact our team for rainwater tank supply and installation service. Broken or leaking rainwater tank? Speak to us about our rainwater tank repair service.
Water is such a precious resource. Rather than waste the rainwater flowing from your roof space, a rainwater tank is an ideal way to conserve your water for usage within your home property.
Rainwater Tank Installation
We can supply and install rainwater tanks to suit all property types, space available and budgets.
Slimline tanks range from 1 – 5,000 litre in size and are ideal the residential properties as they can fit in small spaces like down the side of a property.
Under deck rainwater tanks are also available and are a perfect way to utilise a previously unused space.
Large rainwater tanks, suitable for large properties and rural areas, can range in size up to 40,000 litres.
Contact Danny for an onsite rainwater tank site inspection and quote.
Rainwater Tank Filtration System Installation
When collecting rainwater on your property, it’s important to set up a stage 3 filtration system. A rainwater tank’s filtration system is designed to remove sediments, fine particles and potentially harmful contaminants from the rainwater collected in the tank, making it safe for drinking, cooking, bathing and irrigation.
Sediment Filter: The sediment filter is designed to remove larger particles such as sand, silt, and debris from the rainwater. Additionally, it helps prevent clogging and protects subsequent filtration stages.
Carbon Filter: A carbon filter (activated carbon or charcoal) removes chemicals, odours and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the rainwater. The carbon filter can effectively eliminate chlorine, pesticides, herbicides and some heavy metals.
Micron Filters: Micron filters are capable of removing smaller particles that are often measured in microns. They can effectively capture fine sediments, rust, bacteria and other microorganisms that may be present in the rainwater.
UV Sterilisation: Ultraviolet sterilisation utilises UV light to kill or deactivate bacteria, viruses and other pathogens present in the rainwater. This provides an additional layer of disinfection.
Automatic Backwashing: Some advanced rainwater tank filtration systems include an automatic backwashing feature that periodically cleans the filters to maintain their efficiency and prolong their lifespan. This helps prevent clogging and ensures consistent water flow.
The specific components and design of your rainwater tank may vary depending on the system manufacturer and the quality of rainwater being collected in your area.
Lately we’ve had a lot of enquiries about rainwater tanks. Why pay for water when you can store it and use it to maintain your garden. We installed a 2000 litre Slimeline Rainwater Tank for Liz at New Lambton last week who said she’s been thinking about getting one for a while and throughout the rainy periods we’ve had recently she realised how much water went down the drain and thought wouldn’t it be good if she could keep some of it for her garden.
I’m really happy with our new rainwater tank. Danny helped me choose the best size and style of tank and his price was good. I was impressed with how quickly he and Luke installed the tank and how tidy they were. I would definitely recommend Limeburners Plumbing, they were very professional and did a great job. I would call them again – Liz, New Lambton