Retention & Detention Tank Installations
Retention and detention tanks. They sound ominous, don’t they? They’re really not. In fact, they’re very beneficial – especially in rainy communities like Auckland, North Shore, and the Eastern Bayst . It’s an excellent idea to have these in your home. Let’s break down the differences between these two very helpful home accessories.
What are retention tanks?
Water retention tanks remove the water taken from your property, from places like rooftops or water runoffs and store it in a large tank. That rainwater can simply get used for other matters around the home. This rainwater can be recycled throughout and can be used for things like watering a garden, filling up a swimming pool, watering your lawn, or other outdoor washing activities. In the long run, it can save you a significant amount of money.
How can we help with your retention tank?
If you’re interested in a rainwater retention tank, come and talk to us. The expert professionals at Parris Plumbing and Drainage can provide quick and easy rainwater retention tank installation. They can guide homeowners through precisely what the benefits of a rainwater retention tank are. Additionally, you maybe be required to install one of these rainwater tanks or something similar. Be sure to check in with the rules and regulations of your local community to see precisely what you need to do to be compliant with the local laws.
Parris Plumbing and Drainage is also proficient in repairing and maintaining the installed retention tanks. They are experts at providing special service and installation for underground retention tanks. These types of underground retention tanks add an advanced layer of protection and cost-saving to the average home’s water system.
Sounds like a top-notch addition to the home, right? Come talk to us about it!
What are detention tanks?
The other element of the water-saving systems Parris Plumbing and Drainage can install in the home is the water detention system. It may not seem like a gigantic difference between the two (it’s only one letter, after all) but there are some critical differences between the two.
As you can probably guess by the name, a detention tank is a place where stormwater is detained. The tank goes into action when periods of heavy storms come in. It will usually work in conjunction with the familiar retention or rainwater tank. As these tanks get full during the heavy rain, the excess water goes into the installed detention tank. The detention tank is then slowly released into the ground at a rate that helps to prevent flooding.
Working in tandem, retention and detention tank installations provide an effective defence against the heavy rains that can plague the country, especially for those in areas that face flooding or dangerous waters regularly. Let us know how we can help with retention and detention tank installations!
How can we help with your detention tank?
The team at Parris Plumbing and Drainage are experts in water detention tank and water retention tank installation. Working hand-in-hand with the client, the experienced and veteran professionals at Parris provide a close study of your home’s environment. They are experts at recommending the optimal rainwater retention tank and/or retention detention tanks setup to save you money and help out the land around your house. Along with that, the team at Parris can also provide continuous maintenance and repair of the stormwater retention tank or any other setup that you may have installed in your house. Give us a call and see how we can help today!
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