Wednesday, May 21, 2014

The Benefits of Investing in a Water Tank

These days, more and more people are opting to invest in their own water tanks in and around their homes. Why? Because water is a basic necessity for life and business, but its supply cannot always be guaranteed; at least in the quantity and during the times you need it. Here are some of the top benefits of investing in a water tank.

Water always on hand
In a drought prone country like Australia, you can never truly trust in there always being a plentiful supply of water on hand. Especially in rural areas and in outback country, water is scarce, and the more of it you can secure for yourself the better off you’ll be in the long run. Investing in a water tank ensures that you’ll always have a ready supply of water at all times – even during the toughest of droughts. Never be caught dry. It even allows you to circumvent occasional water restrictions that only apply to off the grid water use. By having your own access to water, you can continue watering your crops, your garden or washing your car without penalty or stern looks from the neighbors.

Transportable water supply
Not all water tanks are permanent in nature. There are just as many portable and transportable designs that are absolutely vital in a wide range of applications: from an upcoming camping and road trip through dry central plains, through to supplying your work crew with water on site. Investing in a portable tank, such as the water bladder range of tanks supplied by Fabric Solutions gives you a temporary water tank solution that can be taken almost anywhere. They come in many shapes and sizes, and so can suit a wide range of applications and needs.

Doing your part for the environment
In case you’ve been living under a rock these past 10 years or so, there’s been a consistent call on behalf of environmental campaigners for the government, and the public in general, to adopt more sustainable living practices. One of the recommendations put forward by these groups is to cut down on our water usage, and install rain water tanks in and around our homes. Water is a precious natural resource often in short supply around the world, and the more water we can source from the heavens, the less we’ll use from our limited dams and reservoirs. That’s a great step forward towards a more sustainable future.

Chemical free drinking water
Unfortunately, a lot of our drinking water contains harsh and toxic chemicals, such as mercury, lead and dioxin – just to name a few. Although they exist in only minute quantities, over time they can lead to a wide range of health conditions (including cancers and other skin, blood and urine conditions). By having your own water tank, and sourcing your own supply from rain water, you can ensure a healthier future for you and your family.
So there you have it. There are a number of benefits in investing in a water tank. Not only will you always have a ready supply of water on hand at home, or wherever you need it, but you can also do your part for the environment, as well as treat your body to chemical-free drinking water and ensure a healthier future.
What other benefits are there to investing in a water tank? Please leave your comments below and contribute to the discussion today.

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