December 18

Robert’s Search For Fire Protection

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Robert Kelava from Tamworth, NSW 

THE PROBLEM

As part of a new build in Moore Creek, Robert had to meet a 20,000L minimum water requirement for the New South Wales Rural Fire Service (RFS). 

 

As well as a fire buffer, this water was to be used for the herd of cattle he manages on the property. 

 

Despite having existing poly tanks and concrete tanks, these storage sites were either too small to meet the requirement or were used for other water purposes. 

Robert Kelava

The two installers Michael and James did very well on the job – everything was completed in a single day. They were both professional and tidy.

Here sparked the search for a new water tank provider for the new build. 

 

What was most important to Robert in choosing this provider was having someone who has experience installing in the Tamworth region. 

 

This is where Pioneer Water Tanks Dealer Direct Network® member All Seasons Irrigation stepped in. 

water tank on property

THE SOLUTION

Rowie, Manager of All Seasons Irrigation, helped Robert choose the right size tank for his needs. 

 

“Originally I was looking for 60,000L, but he said I might as well go with 90,000L for the extra water and better value for cost,” says Robert. 

 

They settled on the GT90 Zinc. Robert also decided to invest in the geotextile underlay which protects the AQUALINER FRESH® tank liner from being compromised by sharp objects, as well as a Dipstik Level Indicator to keep an eye on water levels at all times. 

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Rowie and the other managers have been brilliant. They’re responsive, straight up, and get back to you very quickly,” he says. 

 

“The two installers Michael and James did very well on the job – everything was completed in a single day. They were both professional and tidy.” 

If you’re looking to meet requirements while using the water for other purposes, Pioneer Water Tanks can help you meet the standards. 

 

Get in touch today for a free quote. 

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