Aboveground Fiberglass

Advantages:

  • Can be an economical storage solution for water
  • Aesethically pleasing option since surface can be easily be painted whatever color or even with a mural
  • Can be manufactured individually for your system needs
  • Provides strength and durability for years of reliable performance
  • Can be food grade, NSF approved for drinking water storage
  • Offers best protection against environmental damage due to fiberglass stability

 

Disadvantages:

  • Outer surfaces of fiberglass tank can degrade with UV exposure
  • Must be delivered to site and craned into place so ample access to cistern location must be available
  • Manufacturing and distribution of fiberglass tanks can be localized, meaning they may be difficult to find in your area or costly to ship from their manufacturing facilities
  • If you desire a large rainwater storage volume, you would have to use multiple fiberglass tanks which could end up wasting space. Think about a round peg going into a square or a rectangle.
Multiple fiberglass tanks
Two 10,000 gallon fiberglass cisterns

Did you know...

During an average year of rainfall, a typical 2,000 square foot house in Austin could collect almost 40,000 gallons of rainwater.

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