Protect your rainwater harvesting system with Australia’s best rainwater tank rated gutter guard solution: Tuffmesh® Aluminium. Improve the water quality of your water tank at the initial point of harvesting.
Our TuffMesh® Aluminium leaf guard filters your rainwater at the initial stages of the water collection process from debris and leaves, stopping sediment build-up in your tanks. A gutter guard prevents pest-related diseases from entering your rainwater distribution system. Importantly, our product meets the AS4020 Australian standards suitable for drinking water.
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Reap the economic benefits of collected rainwater, reduce water bills and avoid strict penalties. Look into incentivised rainwater tank installation cash-back rebate plans for local areas.
Rainwater harvesting for bushfire-prone rural and urban areas is to protect your property from bushfires. A blocked water supply in a rainwater storage tank is hazardous for your property.
Rainwater tank and water efficiency legislation and regulations mandate water collection for many new homes. Rainwater harvesting systems add value with a self water supply and stormwater management.
Enjoy the health benefits of drinking fresh water from rainwater tanks. Potable water supply undergoes water treatment; filtration systems give rainwater tank owners a chemical-free water supply.
Using a rainwater harvesting system for drinking water, indoor non-potable fixtures and garden watering will drastically for a low environmental impact. Minimises the effect of stormwater runoff in your area.
A Rainwater Harvesting Australia System is guaranteed to save water for your property. A rainwater collection system reduces dependency on mains water supply or compliance with water restrictions.
This versatile gutter guard product is suitable for general gutter protection and commercial projects such as box gutters and parapets. The thicker mesh is most suitable against possum and vermin attack. It is highly recommended for domestic application and its flexibility and strength also makes it a suitable bird proofing solution.
This product can be cut by the meter to suit any length or width and supplied in a kit.
ScreenTech supplies gutter protection for rainwater harvesting systems to local installation partners Australia-wide. We team up with the best in the business to ensure a comprehensive rainwater collection solution. Don’t hesitate – to call ScreenTech and get the name of your local supplier today.
Harvesting rainwater for human consumption requires rainwater catchment systems designed and maintained for water quality. Our TuffMesh® Aluminium meets AS2040 water standards to ensure your rainwater collection system meets potable and domestic use standards. encouraging airflow and optimising panel function.
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Rainwater harvesting Australia is the process of collecting and storing rainwater from impermeable surfaces of your property. Effectively it is rainwater collection, maintenance and storage in rainwater tanks.
Without a system to collect rainwater, rainwater runoff is collected in the stormwater system or the drain. Rain harvesting allows surface water to be captured and used to supplement or replace mains water for domestic applications, including in times of water restrictions.
A rainwater harvesting system consists of the following:
Rainwater harvesting is important for several reasons, the most significant being water conservation and the gains inside our homes, so we need to start looking outdoors for more opportunities.
Australians can harvest rainwater in two ways:
For domestic rainwater collection, roof rainwater harvesting is the most common water collection method with rain barrels or water tanks, dry systems (above ground pipes), and wet systems (underground pipes.)
Homeowners use rainwater harvesting for general purposes and supplement or even replace the mains water supply entirely.
Below are the following uses:
Homeowners can use rainwater for drinking and other potable purposes, as long as the water complies with effective water treatment and filtration systems. Below are some of the water uses: