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Finding Your Perfect Fit: Choosing the Right Size Water Tank




Imagine a scenario: your crops are thirsty, your livestock restless, or your family faces an unexpected water shortage. This is where a reliable water storage solution, like a fiberglass water tank, becomes your hero. But navigating the diverse options and choosing the perfect size can feel overwhelming.


At Edwards Fiberglass, Inc., we've been crafting high-quality fiberglass tanks in Sedalia, MO for over 40 years. We ship our tanks worldwide, catering to a variety of needs and applications. When it comes to storage tank manufacturers, we lead the way in quality and service.


Today, we'll delve deeper into the crucial factors to consider when selecting the right size fiberglass water tank for your unique situation. We'll help you answer the question, "How do I choose the right size water tank for my needs?"


Step 1: Unveiling Your Water Demands

Daily Consumption: 

This is the foundation. Calculate your daily water usage - consider everyone in your household, their water habits, and any water-guzzling appliances (washing machines, pools, etc.).

For businesses, factor in production needs and cleaning requirements. Remember, honesty is key here! Downplaying your usage can lead to an empty tank at the worst possible moment. We work with you to determine your total water consumption and storage nees.


Application Specificity: 

Not all water is created equal. Are you collecting rainwater for irrigation? Do you require drinking water for emergencies or extended power outages?

Perhaps you need a reliable supply for livestock? Each application has unique demands. For example, livestock require constant access to fresh water, influencing your tank size choice.


Step 2: Rainfall - Friend or Foe?

For those harnessing nature's bounty via rainwater harvesting, understanding your local rainfall patterns is crucial. Research average rainfall amounts and dry periods to estimate how much water you can practically collect and store. Don't be fooled by yearly averages; focus on dry season data to ensure your tank doesn't run dry when you need it most.


Step 3: Embrace the Buffer: Building Your Safety Net

Planning for your minimum water needs is just the starting point. Add a safety buffer of 20-30%. This accounts for unexpected usage spikes, seasonal fluctuations in rainfall, or unforeseen emergencies.


Remember, having more water than you need is far better than facing a scarcity when it matters most. Imagine a summer heatwave increasing your water consumption beyond expectations. A buffer ensures you're prepared.


Step 4: Think Ahead: Growth is Good!

Life is dynamic, and your water needs might evolve. Opt for a modular tank system from Edwards Fiberglass. These allow you to easily add additional tanks when your needs expand.


This provides the flexibility to grow without the hassle of replacing your entire tank later. Imagine starting with a smaller tank for your current needs and effortlessly adding more as your family, farm, or business grows.


Step 5: Partner with the Experts: We're Here to Help!

Choosing the right water tank is an investment. At Edwards Fiberglass, our experienced team is at your service. We offer personalized consultations to assess your specific needs and recommend the optimal tank size and features for your situation. From intricate calculations to application-specific insights, we guide you through the selection process with expertise.


Beyond the Basics: Diving Deeper into Fiberglass Tanks

Now that we've covered the core considerations, let's explore some unique advantages of corrosion resistant fiberglass tanks:


  • Durability: Fiberglass tanks are renowned for their longevity and resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and UV rays. This translates to a reliable water storage solution that stands the test of time and proves to be quite cost effective. Unlike metal tanks, which are prone to rust or plastic tanks susceptible to sun damage, fiberglass tanks will stand the test of time.

  • Lightweight Design: Compared to their metal counterparts, fiberglass tanks are significantly lighter, making them easier to install and transport. This is a crucial factor for situations where easy handling is essential.

  • Aesthetic Appeal: Let's face it, functionality doesn't have to compromise aesthetics. Fiberglass tanks can be custom-colored, blending seamlessly into your landscape or complementing your property's design.

  • Scalability: As mentioned earlier, modular systems offer unmatched scalability. Start with a smaller tank and expand as your needs evolve. This flexibility caters to dynamic water requirements.

Remember: Choosing the right size water tank is not just about capacity. It's about finding the perfect fit for your unique needs and future aspirations.


By considering your daily usage, specific application, local rainfall patterns, safety buffer, potential growth, and expert guidance, you can select a high-quality fiberglass tank from Edwards Fiberglass that will serve you reliably for years to come.


Contact us today to schedule your personalized consultation and discover how Edwards Fiberglass can be your trusted partner in water storage solutions. Together, we'll ensure you have the perfect water fit, keeping your crops flourishing, livestock hydrated, and family worry-free, come rain or shine.


Whether you're nestled in a bustling city or a countryside haven, Edwards Fiberglass is here to guide you towards a secure and sustainable water future. Reach out today and let's embark on this journey together!


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At Edwards Fiberglass, Inc., you won’t only find what you need; you’ll get the best quality at a fair price. With years of experience in the industry, we have the expertise to thoroughly and efficiently serve our customers to ensure they’re never disappointed.


Whether you’re a one-time buyer or looking to buy in bulk, you can count on us to provide great products and excellent service, every step of the way.


Edwards Fiberglass, Inc.

1415 E Boonville St, Sedalia, MO 65301, USA

Ph: (660) 826-3915 | Fax: (660) 827-2793

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