Keep­ing tanks clean and your wa­ter fresh

Central and North Burnett Times - - CELEBRATING NATIONAL WATER WEEK 2012 -

SER­VIC­ING the Cen­tral and North Bur­nett area for the past 12 years, Jim Roun­tree of­fers a prompt and pro­fes­sional ser­vice.

Some­times if there are no ap­par­ent is­sues with­wa­ter, main­te­nance gets for­got­ten or ne­glected.

This is not ideal when you think about what gets washed into your tanks over time.

Apart from the gen­eral dust and rub­bish from trees, there are al­ways birds on the roof and frogs in the gut­ters and down­pipes.

A lot of Jim’s cus­tomers are hav­ing the sludge vac­u­umed out of their wa­ter tanks ev­ery two year­swhich is a good main­te­nance sched­ule.

“I can vac­uum a tank if it is full or if the wa­ter level is down to 18 inches deep,” he said.

“With this sys­tem you only lose about five inches ofwa­ter.”

Over the years Jimhas vac­u­umed lots of gov­ern­ment and coun­cil tanks as well as many pri­vate house­hold tanks.

“And I have a trip planned for the Cen­tral and North Bur­nett soon.

“I can of­fer very rea­son­able rates when you ring and book in formy next trip through your area.”

■ Phone Jim Roun­tree for a free quote on 0407 625 641.

Photo: Con­trib­uted

CLEAN AND FRESH: Jim Roun­tree will be in the area soon and of­fers a great deal to have your tank cleaned.

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