Rainwater Tank Installation

A rainwater tank is designed to catch rainwater that falls on your roof, funnelling the water into pipes and then into a tank storage system.

The yield of rainwater if you have a good tank is very impressive and could lower your water bills and environmental footprint significantly.

Depending on your personal preference, you can use this tank water for your garden hose, your dishwasher or your bathroom.
At RPG Plumbing, we have a wide range of high-quality tanks designed for safety, efficiency and longevity.

What’s more, our team of professionals will have it installed and supplying water around your house in no time.

Rainwater Tank Installation

What is a Rainwater Tank?

A rainwater tank can be made of several materials, depending on the climate, house structure and manufacturer. Some of the most common materials are steel, fibreglass and plastic.

Usually, all good rainwater tanks will have defense measures to prevent water contamination, insects entering the tank and any other particles or debris from the air or rain.

It is a great way to save money with rising water prices around in Brisbane and around the globe. You also have the added benefit of knowing your environmental footprint is lower than those around you. At RPG Plumbing, we can install rainwater tanks that hold anywhere from 300-5000 litres in water, meaning whatever your water usage needs, our team of professionals have you covered. Would you like to know about how to install a rainwater tank? We’re happy to explain our rainwater tank installation process.

Rainwater Tank Installation
How to Install a Rainwater Tank

Our RPG Plumbing professionals will have your tank installed in no time.
We use only the highest-quality materials and plumbing systems to ensure your tank lasts for years and it keeps your water bills low, time and time again.

Here are the general steps we follow for rainwater tank installation:

1

Measure your space to determine what size of tank is possible.

2

Protect your gutters from falling debris.

3

Install rainheads to further prevent debris or insects from entering the water tank.

4

Connect the rainwater tank to a fill-up system, which will rely on mains water when rainfall is low.

5

Fit pumps and pipes to connect to rainwater tank to desired area (eg. toilet).

6

Install measurement mechanisms to allow you to check tank level.

Get In Touch Today

At RPG Plumbing, our team are the top of their fields and have many years of experience in rainwater tank installation. We only recruit tradespeople who have an unrivalled work ethic and respect for their customers’ needs, which is why we’ve become a leading plumbing company in the Brisbane area. We know exactly how to install a rainwater tank the right way.

Give us a call today for a free consultation to find out how our team can help you with your rainwater tank installation!
We are available by phone or email to help with any queries you may have.