In South Australia, any new home or home extension covering an area of more than 50 m2 is required by law to have an additional water supply in addition to being able to access mains water. The rainwater tank is also required to be plumbed to a toilet, a water heater, or to cold water outlets located in the laundry.
However, these are not the only ways in which harvested rain water can be used, and thousands of homeowners in SA also install rainwater tanks in order to access water for use in the garden, or elsewhere around the home.
Rainwater tanks in Adelaide come in a variety of shapes (they are available both as stand alone units or modular tanks designed to save space), as well as a range of sizes from 1000 litres up to 100,000 litres capacity. Rainwater tanks can be installed in a variety of locations around your home or property, such as along fence lines, on unused walkways, or even underground in order to best utilise the space you have available.
We not only specialise in the installation and connection of rainwater tanks and pumping systems, but Jack the Plumber can also source the appropriate rainwater tank for your home, based on your water needs and the location, size and dimensions of your property. As well as the tank itself, we can also install water tank pumps, downpipes and water diverters, along with leaf strainers and filters.
Payneham and Adelaide rainwater tank installation
Jack the Plumber offers a comprehensive Adelaide rainwater tank installation service, and our experience and expertise in this field also means we can advise you as to what sort of tank configuration will work best for you.
Call Jack the Plumber on 0421 570 166 or get in touch via email and we will be happy to discuss how you can save both money and precious resources by installing a rainwater tank in your back yard or garden.