As a family owned and operated business, Rainwater Tank Cleaning takes pride in the high quality service we provide our customers. Based in Nambour on the beautiful Sunshine Coast we service all areas in and around the Sunshine Coast, 7 days a week.
Cleaning Sediment quickly builds up in your rainwater tank if it is not cleaned every 2-3 years by a professional. Sediment can include dirt, leaves, dead animals and insects which can turn into harmful bacteria. We service all types of rainwater storage tanks.
Repairs Over time you may find that your rainwater tank needs some repairs. Whether your tank is broken, cracked or leaking, instead of having to call someone else we can fix most problems your rainwater tank may have.
Sealing Over time, tanks can start to deteriorate and may become brittle. This can lead to cracks and leaks forming in your tank. This is a natural process. However, to increase the longevity of your tank we can seal most crack and leaks.
Servicing Just like a car, rainwater tanks need servicing to ensure they operate efficiently providing you with pristine water at all times. Part of our servicing includes checking gutters, strainers and pipes for possible blockages and replacing faulty parts.
Water Saving By calling Rainwater Tank Cleaning we can remove the sediment without draining your tank resulting in a minimal loss of water. Tank sludge can be recycled onto your garden.
The Sunshine Coast metropolitan area is the third most populated in the State of Queensland. Located 100 km’s north of the state capital Brisbane its urban area spans approximately 60 km’s of coastline and hinterland from Pelican Waters to Tewantin. The area comprises several coastal hubs, being Caloundra, Kawana Waters, Maroochydore, Noosa Heads, with Nambour and Maleny the primary commercial centres for the Hinterland region. Sunshine Coasts’ towns began as simple ports or jetties for the timber industry during the 60’s and 70’s as the area had magnificent stands of forest but today the economy in the area is dominated by tourism, retail and construction. It is emerging as a “hotspot” for entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers with a focus on natural, organic and green knowledge based businesses across all sectors. There is also a cultural, creative vibe to the area, a taste of which can be seen at the famous Eumundi markets and through the many individual businesses throughout the region. Exhibiting a superb subtropical climate and home to more individual National Parks than any other Queensland region means recreational activities on offer for nature lovers is endless. Glasshouse Mountains National Park is perhaps the most iconic of these, with the tip of Mount Beerwah sitting at 556 metres above sea level, a site to behold, when driving through the Sunshine Coast. Pristine beaches for surfers and sunbathers alike, alfresco dining, cafe’s and world class boutique shopping in the quaint seaside towns prove why the Sunshine Coast is a centre of tourism attracting over 3 million visitors per year. Significant attractions are; Steve Irwins’ Australia Zoo, Underwater World, Aussie World with the famous Ettamogah Pub, The Buderim Ginger Factory and, opened in 1971 the Heritage-listed “Big Pineapple”. The Sunshine Coast also hosts the Mooloolaba Triathlon, Noosa Triathlon and the Sunshine Coast Marathon.