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Care about the health of your family - Trust Crystal Clear Tank Cleaning Specialists to clean your rainwater tank

 

New hiace van is part of our fleet of Rainwater Cleaning ServicesMobile no.

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ADELAIDE HILLS FIRE DAMAGE INSURANCE CLAIMS.

Fire bombers use of fire retardant to extinguish the blaze unfortunately also lands on the roof and contaminates water stored in tanks.

Ash fallout from the fires will be likely to also contaminate the water and also give it a smokey taste .

Check with your insurance company as your stored water may be part of your claim.

  1. WE PRESSURE CLEAN ROOF AND GUTTERS.
  2. CLEAN RAINWATER TANKS
  3. SUPPLY CLEAN DRINKING QUALITY WATER.

We’ll help you get your water supply re-connected and the tanks up and running again. 

Crystal Clear Tank Cleaning have been cleaning and maintaining rainwater tanks in Adelaide, surrounding suburbs and the Adelaide Hills for over 35 years.

Crystal Clear Tank Cleaning Specialists know your water is important to you, that’s why we save as much of the clean water in your tank as possible, only removing the sludge and leaving you with crystal clear water. Our friendly staff are happy to help with not only your rainwater tank but also fit leaf-eaters and first-flush diverters. We’ll help with ideas on how to improve your collection system and get the best possible safe, clean drinking water.

For healthy, clean rainwater it is very important to have your rainwater tank cleaned every 12 months. Keeping your gutters free of dirt, moss, bird feathers, insects and vermin, greatly improves your collection system  but contaminants still get through and settle on the bottom of the tank.

We eliminate dirt, leaves, red worm and mosquito larvae .  Guaranteed.

Regular 12 monthly cleaning by Crystal Clear Tank Cleaning Specialists will ensure  your rainwater tank is clean and safe for your family.

Thanks for the amazing effort of our fire-fighters and emergency services staff and volunteers for all their work and dedication fighting the Adelaide Hills fires.