Storm water is delivered with a whipping lashing motion which has the capacity to eat away the edges of concrete and break down local infrastructural elements. When you install multiple rainwater tanks on your roof you are actually formulating ways in which the environment can be saved. You are actually protecting the edges of your building, the linings of the gutter and the neighbouring roads from the torrents of rain.
Though this statement might seem paradoxical at the first glance there is a lot behind it. You will need to hire a certified and licensed plumber to do rain water tank installation in your home. Get multiple tanks installed at the same time and you will spare yourself the time and hassle of calling the plumber multiple times. Your plumber can also provide guidelines about local water utility requirements.
When there are lots of faulty connections around your rainwater tank. Some of these connections will go to your water outlets and a few will return to the tanks. After years of rough usage these connections start malfunctioning and this hampers the entire performance of the tank. Lack of proper maintenance and absence of strict cleaning process lead to thick layers of grime, dirt and mold on the walls. Even the harshest of scrubbing and cleaning processes will fail to remove the coats of waste on the water tanks. Acid usage will contaminate the water so the only effective option left to you is getting the tank replaced.