Storage Tips for Busy People

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Storage Tips for Busy People

When you are busy, it can be hard to stay organised. However, paradoxically, it's also essential for busy people to stay organised. Hi, my name is Warren, and I am a collector of stamps, old figurines, model trains, ancient coins, old magazines and antique metal pill containers. However, I also live in a small flat, which means I have to hire a storage unit, and I am a very busy person. As a result of necessity, I have learned a lot of organisational storage strategies and time saving tips, and I am here to share them with you. If you are a busy person with storage needs, I invite you to explore my blog.

Overcoming Space Barriers With Slimline Tanks

More and more people are becoming conscious of water conservation. As a result, rainwater tanks have been one of the main talking points. The concept of rainwater tanks is rather simple; rainwater is collected in a reservoir for general purposes such as drinking, washing, bathing and so on. With many people relocating to courtyard homes, smaller house blocks, apartments and retirement units, finding space for the installation of traditional round water tank becomes problematic. Space is especially a major barrier to water tank installation in most urban areas. So, what can you do if you lack the space for a conventional, space-hungry rainwater tank?

Working with limited space

While rural areas have the freedom of space and can comfortably accommodate large, 20,000-litre water tanks, the urban dweller must look for a water tank that can work with the available limited space. In this regard, the best option is slimline tanks. They are a popular option for residents who reside in urban areas. Contrary to round water tanks, they can squeeze into small spaces that ordinary tanks will not fit in, such as between your fence and wall or along your backyard border line.



So, how is a slimline tank able to fit in those tight spaces? Well, these tanks usually have a small diameter but are quite tall. As a result, they can fit in all those areas where conventional rainwater tanks wouldn't be able to.


Slimline tanks can vary widely in terms of water capacities, beginning at areound three hundred litres up to five thousand litre capacity. The capacity one opts for will be influenced by various factors, such as the amount of available space on your property, water consumption and budget. Moreover, slimline tanks can be set up in series, which means a few of these tanks can provide increased water storage capacity.


While some people hardly have a particular colour preference, slimline tanks come in a wide variety of colours including grey, green, black, white and burgundy. This is because colour choice can influence the decision-making process. You can choose the colour that complements the rest of your property rather than one that will stick out like a sore thumb.

Customers wishing to buy slimline tanks should remember that Australian standards apply to their manufacture and installation. The standards serve to ensure the tanks guarantee customers quality, safety and longevity. Buy your slimline tank from a reputable dealer.