Those in the market for a concrete tank will want to make sure they are investing in a quality product.
These sturdy, onsite storage solutions should be the right fit for the property now, and well into the future.
Proven to keep water cool and free from algae and disease, concrete tanks offer a range of uses, especially as storage containers for potable and raw water.
They can even be placed underground, providing stable water temperatures, and reducing rainwater acidity.
But no matter what they are being used for, a concrete tank should be an investment, not an impulse purchase.
As someone who grew up in country Victoria, Terry Miller of Terry Miller Concrete Tanks understands the importance of quality water storage systems.
Based in Wodonga, Terry Miller works with clients who are located across the entire east coast of Australia, including commercial enterprises, small businesses, and individual land owners.
Given their experience in working with a wide range of industries, and individuals, Terry Miller Concrete Tanks are able to guide customers on the best choice to suit their needs, and the size of their property.
Speaking to their ability to tailor solutions to suit each client, manager Carol Freedman said the consultancy process was a part of what they have to offer.
“For domestic customers who are on hobby farms, with no access to town water, I always suggest a tank that holds 100,000 litres at least,” Ms Freedman said.
“Farmers always go for the bigger tanks, and our suggestions for industry and commercial clients depend on what the tanks will be used for.
“We also build tanks for domestic customers on house blocks in inner city Sydney and Melbourne.
“These customers are sick of paying expensive water bills, and enjoy the luxury of having their own water supply.”
Committed to using the best quality raw materials of concrete and mesh, Terry Miller and his team of experts are driven by their desire to provide customers with suitable solutions that are built to last.
While other companies use concrete blocks to hold up the inner framework, creating cold joins that could lead to future leaks, Terry Miller concrete tanks feature superior inner form-works supported by wooden blocks which are removed as the concrete is poured.
This method allows for a seal between the floor and walls, ensuring the tank is structurally sound.
“To improve the strength of the concrete, we use plasticiser and 40mpa concrete, as well as waterproofing,” Ms Freedman said.
- Visit: www.terrymillerconcretetanks.com.au or contact: 0419 462 814.