A well tank is a vital part of any well water system, and provides a reliable, ample supply of water for homes, companies, irrigation use, campgrounds, subdivisions, and more. Well tanks come in a variety of sizes and styles, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs. Regardless of your needs, big or small, American Water Specialties is ready to help you make the best decision for your water situation and fulfill your needs with the highest quality service and products.
Some factors to consider when choosing a well tank include:
- Size: The size of your well tank will depend on the number of people in your household and how much water you choose. Discussing this information with our professionals at American Water Specialties can help you decide on the best option for your household, business, or for irrigation use.
- Style: There are two main types of well tanks: gravity-fed tanks and pressure assisted tanks. Gravity-fed tanks are the most common type of well tank. They are simple to install and operate, but they do not provide as much pressure as pressure-assisted tanks. Pressure-assisted tanks are more expensive and can be a good option for homes with high water demands.
- Materials: Well tanks are typically made of steel or fiberglass. Steel tanks are less expensive than fiberglass tanks, but they are much more prone to rust. Fiberglass tanks are more expensive than steel tanks, but are more durable and resistant to rust.
Once you’ve talked with our professionals at American Water Specialties and decided on the right well tank for your needs, we will be happy to install it with top quality service, preventing issues and leaks in the long run. Well tanks are an essential part of any well system, so by choosing us to install, maintain, and potentially repair your well tank and system, we ensure that you will always have a reliable source of clean, safe water for your home or business.