Installing Water Tanks for the Rainless Days
Living out of the city can be quite dramatic in terms of water. Drilling a well may be possible but this may not be able to supply enough water through the year. If you live in a place where summers get extremely dry the well might not be of so much help. When it is possible to drill a well, make sure that you do so but also get a water storage tank plus submersible pump (automatic one) plus a boiler for the storage tank.
The water storage tank can be hooked up to your piping so that you access water in all parts of the house. With the storage tank properly hooked up, you can use the water in the tanks but the automatic pump will replenish the water. There is also the issue of the hot water boiler that you will have to address when you are installing the tank. So basically the installation process will involve connecting the pump and the boiler.
The installation of the water storage tank hook up and hot water boiler may require some changes in the piping. This is to guarantee that the water movement is efficient to all the places you need water. Once you have installed the water storage tanks you will have to divert the piping to pass through the tanks. The boiler should also be connected to the tank. The path will therefore be from well to tank, heater and then into the house.
Installation of underground water storage tanks comes highly recommended nowadays. This is especially the case where one is limited by the space that they have available. There is no difference to installing the other types of tanks. You will still have to get a permit for the installation as well as registering the tanks that you are installing. This however depends on where you live; each place has its own laws. The pump will be very necessary in this case as the tank will be sealed underground.