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Our dams have received their lowest recorded inflow since records began, and we're using more water than ever before. So with our hot, dry summer weather, we really do need to act now.

Around 40% of household water use is in our gardens, so this is the best place to start.

By reducing sprinkler run times by just 2 minutes per station, we can all save enough water to make a real difference.

Tank Master supply a range of products to help you save water

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Watering your Garden

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Water either before 9am or after 6pm. Watering early is best as it allows the water to soak to the roots and be available to plants throughout the day when they need it most. And remember, only water once on your rostered watering days.

Improve your soil

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Good soil is the foundation of a waterwise garden, but sandy soil is common in WA and has a low water and nutrient holding capacity. Use soil improvement products and wetting agents to reduce water loss.

 Use mulch in your garden

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Apply 5–10cm of a chunky, waterwise mulch to significantly reduce evaporation loss and save water. It’s like sunscreen for the soil and can also reduce weed growth and improve the look of your garden.

Choose waterwise plants

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These are suitable for our climate and can live with less water. Group plants with similar watering needs so you can water efficiently, or get creative and transform the lawn on your verge into a waterwise garden.

Get to know your irrigation controller

irrigation-controller-webOur irrigation systems often need more attention than we give them, and they can waste a lot of water while we’re busy doing other things. Take a few minutes to:

 - Reduce sprinkler run times by just 2 minutes per station

 - Check the battery in your irrigation controller

 - Make sure sprinklers aren’t pointing at the footpath or driveway

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Weather

You can view the current weather radar map for Perth, WA on the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) website (opens in a new window)

The current 7 day weather forecast for Perth, Western Australia is as follows:

Clear
Monday Mon 17 Dec 2018 0%
High 28° / Low 13°
Clear
Mainly clear. Low 14C.
Clear
Tomorrow Tue 18 Dec 2018 0%
High 28° / Low 15°
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Sunny. High 28C. Winds S at 15 to 30 km/h.
Clear
Wednesday Wed 19 Dec 2018 0%
High 30° / Low 16°
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A mainly sunny sky. High near 30C. ESE winds shifting to SW at 15 to 30 km/h.
Clear
Thursday Thu 20 Dec 2018 0%
High 34° / Low 17°
Clear
Mainly sunny. High 34C. Winds SE at 15 to 30 km/h.
Clear
Friday Fri 21 Dec 2018 0%
High 36° / Low 22°
Clear
Mainly sunny. High 36C. Winds ESE at 25 to 40 km/h.
Clear
Saturday Sat 22 Dec 2018 10%
High 38° / Low 21°
Clear
Sunny. High 38C. NNE winds shifting to WSW at 15 to 30 km/h.
Partly Cloudy
Sunday Sun 23 Dec 2018 0%
High 36° / Low 20°
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy skies. High 36C. N winds shifting to WSW at 15 to 30 km/h.

Specials at Tank Master

Specials at Tank Master

Specials are always available at Tank Master. While we have a range of Rainwater Tanks, Pumps, Fire Fighting equipment and Garden Beds discounted for you.

These products are always changing so keep your eyes on this page. While we try to keep a regular range available, we also like to change things around from month to month.

If you can’t find what you are looking for here, don’t forget to check out the tank ranges here:

Poly Round Tanks (700 litres or greater) | Poly Under Eave (Slimline) Tanks | Poly Underground Tanks

Poly Cartage Tanks | Poly Diesel Cartage Tanks | Aquaplate Round Tanks | Aquaplate Under Eave Tanks

Steel Liner Tanks | Septic Tanks and Leech Drains

Or you can use the “search” function to find what you are looking for by clicking on the magnifying glass in the menu bar.

Litres to Gallons Converter

Use the form below to convert Litres to Gallons (UK) or Gallons (UK) to Litres

Inches to Millimetres Converter

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Rainfall Calculator

Use this calculator to estimate the amount of water you could potentially catch