Determining exactly how much water you want to flow into your tank is an important first step. This means you need to take into consideration the size of the catchment surface, which is your roof. Keep in mind that the bigger your roof is, the more water will be collected in the tank.
Make sure you calculate an estimate for how much rain you get in your area. A formula exists for calculating the size of your tank. You should determine the size by multiplying the area of your roof by the average rainfall in your region. This value represents the maximum measurement of water that you can expect to capture.
Next, calculate how many days you expect it not to rain, and multiply that figure by your average daily amount of water usage. This will help ensure you have enough water long before any dry spell. A prime example is if you have a dry spell lasting for two months or 60 days, and you use 500 litres of water each day. For this example, you would need 30,000 litres of water. On the other hand, someone who uses only 100 litres of water each day would only need a tank with a capacity of 6,000 litres.
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