The Home Stainless steel rainwater tanks are not as common as the corrugated iron rainwater tanks or the new poly rainwater tanks, but are fast becoming popular for several key reasons, mainly for corrosion resistance especially around coastal areas, fire resistance and water storage quality as well as strength and durability.

What are the benefits of stainless steel tanks? A stainless steel rainwater tank is not only a traditional alternative to the more popular poly rain water tanks, but it is also still very much a preferred option when choosing a water tank for storage of potable water around the home.

Why choose a Stainless Steel water tank over Poly? Not only does it come down traditional preference but stainless steel rain water tanks are also chosen due to their amazing strength and stability. Stainless Steel rainwater tanks are renowned for their durability. They do not bulge or stretch when they are full, they will hold the large forces generated by tonnes of water; they have been in use for more than 100 years, proving that these tanks have incredible longevity. In addition, they will not deteriorate under the Australian sun or in our harsh coastal conditions; making stainless steel water tanks a viable and stylish decision for the modern consumer.

Stainless steel rainwater tanks are less bulky than poly tanks. This is noticeable in the slimline range as they are usually a bit bigger to hold the same capacity due to the moulding required and the cross strengthening taking away from actual capacity. The same applies for round tanks where the flatter roof means more water right to the top of the tank compared to the unused air gaps in the slimline range. Stainless Steel tanks although traditional in style have become more requested due to the modern look of new homes.

They are more stylish and match well with other stainless steel building products. For personal service for your rainwater tank call now on 1300 88 94 90 Or Email you inquiry to