DNS Investment Trust trading As Get Tanked Water Tanks


Ph  0411089337 or 0478054515

email : gettanked@optusnet.com.au

If we don’t pick up your call, we might be out loading tanks so please leave us a message and we will respond.

Melb Meto $60

Greater Melb $90

Mornington Pen $90

Geelong $145.00

Ballarat/Bendigo $225.00

We accept EFT, Credit Card over the phone(credit card fees apply) or cash on delivery.

It is sensible try to select the largest possible tank capacity for the available area. In rural locations, space is not always a problem and so a traditional round tank is usually the most cost effective solution. However, in residential areas space can be a real problem, particularly if you are limited to locating the tank down the side of a house or in a small backyard and so a slimline tank may be more practical.

Before making your final decision consider the following points:

  • Carefully measure the space where you are going to place the tank. Don’t be afraid to ask some one to help with the measurements as it is critical to get them right. A mistake with the measurements can prove costly later on. Measure the available width allowing sufficient space for a person to pass between the tank and the fence once it’s installed. Measure the available length, checking to make sure the tank won’t obstruct doorways, windows or external air conditioners tree trunks or other obstacles;
  • If sitting the tank next to the wall of the house, measure the height under the eaves to ensure you have plenty of room to fit the tank. Remember to leave sufficient space between the eaves and the top of the tank so you can connect the tank to the spouting with an appropriate filter and first flush device (if required);
  • If you are connecting the tank to the toilet, try and locate the tank next to the down pipe closest to the toilet. This will reduce the amount of piping required and help keep your plumbing costs down;
  • Having decided where to locate the tank, work backward from the site to your front drive checking to see if you have room to move your tank to its desired location. Check for narrow paths, gateways, outdoor obstacles and overhead obstructions. You may need to reduce the size of your tank to ensure it will fit. Remember, provided you have sufficient space, you can always join a couple of smaller tanks together to increase your capacity;
  • Will you be connecting a pump to the tanks or use gravity/buckets to water your garden? A pump should be fitted by a qualified tradesman and will require a weatherproof external power outlet to be installed.