ACT Concrete Water Tanks is located in Canberra.
ACT Concrete Water Tanks operates between the hours of 7am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.
No. ACT Concrete Water Tanks focuses purely on building high-quality concrete water tanks for customers in Sydney, regional NSW and the ACT.
ACT Concrete Water Tanks repairs and services the concrete tanks that it builds. We don’t repair concrete tanks that we haven’t built, but we can usually refer you to someone who does.
Yes. If an existing water tank has been damaged in a storm, bushfire or by some other event, we’ll work with your insurance company to replace it as quickly as possible.
There are a number of builders, drainers and construction companies in Canberra, Sydney and regional NSW that buy and recommend our concrete water tanks on a consistent basis.
Payment can be made via bank transfer.
A 20% deposit is required prior to tank construction, with the balance (other 80%) due 7 days after installation.
Yes. ACT Concrete Water Tanks guarantees its concrete water tanks for 25 years. Please read our Terms and Conditions of Sale for further details.
Yes. ACT Concrete Water Tanks services all suburbs and districts in Canberra, including Belconnen, Gungahlin, Jerrabomberra, Majura, Molonglo Valley, South Canberra, Tuggeranong, Weston Creek and Woden Valley.
Yes. In addition to Canberra, ACT Concrete Water Tanks services Sydney, the ACT and regional NSW.
No. ACT Concrete Water Tanks believes that it’s better not to use vinyl, rubber or plastic tank liners. In our experience, concrete tanks (without liners) help to neutralise the slight natural acidity of rainwater. The natural acidity in rainwater can also “eat” away at tank liner materials (vinyl, rubber, plastic) over time.
Our standard concrete water tanks aren’t designed for buoyancy, but can be customised (at additional cost) for buoyancy. If you’re seeking buoyancy in your concrete tank, you must discuss this with us prior to construction.
No. Our concrete water tanks are available in only four sizes: 10,000 litres, 20,000 litres, 90,000 litres and 120,000 litres. The reason for not building custom tanks is that we use large metal formwork and pour through the middle.
Yes. All our tanks are compliant with both Australian Standards: AS3600 (Concrete Structures) and AS3735 (Concrete Structures for Retaining Liquids).
No. The excavation / backfilling, drainage and associated plumbing is done by others (a separate cost is involved); however, ACT Concrete Water Tanks can refer you to reputable professionals in these fields.
No. A Development Application (DA) from a government body, such as a local council, is the responsibility of the customer.
ACT Concrete Water Tanks services and cleans the tanks it builds; however, we don’t provide a tank cleaning service in general.