South Africa is currently drought-stricken in many parts of the country and everyone is looking for water storage solutions to avoid running out of water.
Cape Town is on level 6B water restrictions as we speak, which means individuals can only use 50 litres of water per person per day. To put this in perspective, one flush of the toilet uses 9 litres of water, one load of washing in a front loader uses 54 litres. Thus, 50 Litres of water isn’t much when you do the calculations.
More and more people are looking at finding other water sources such as boreholes and while it’s a great option, installing a borehole on your property can be a costly exercise. If you have one, however, a borehole conversion might be the answer you’ve been looking for.
So what other water storage solutions are available?
Water Storage Cape Town offers a solution that might be right for you. By installing a backup system from your current municipal water source, you too can have running water should your water be disconnected.
How does it work?
A water tank, that is connected to the council water supply, is installed on your property. A pump is connected which feeds the water into the main supply of your home. The tank gets filled and topped up with council water and once the taps run dry, water from the tank is pumped into your home.
It can also be connected to a rainwater system and a filtration system to make the water safe for consumption.
Don’t be caught unprepared when there are viable water storage solutions available. Take control of your water source and speak to the team at Water Storage Cape Town today. Get in touch by giving them a call or request a quote on the website.