Total Water Systems is a trading name of Ecoserve Nationwide Limited © 2019 All Rights Reserved. Registered in England .Co No: 10216330
We offer service, maintenance and repairs for any make or model of rainwater harvesting systems.
We service and maintain commercial rainwater harvesting systems for companies across the country, large or small.
We cover the whole of the UK from our base in Newark, without the use of subcontractors.
No unnecessary add-ons or hidden fees. Know exactly what you are paying for.
We like to keep our customers based on merit, not with contracts.
Please fill in the form below with as much information as you can. This will help us understand what kind of system you have and how we can access it, then click send.
We will be in touch as soon as we can. We may have a few more questions for you, depending on which type of system you have.
Once you have received your quotation and accepted it we can schedule you in for your rainwater harvesting system service and or repair.
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It is imperative that rainwater harvesting systems are serviced regularly.
Most systems will need a semi-annual or, at the very least, an annual service with a storage tank cleaning once every 2 to 5 years.
Lack of regular service and maintenance of your rainwater equipment will result in tens of thousands of litres of rainwater being put to waste.
How much does it cost?
The price for service and maintenance visits and packages varies depending on the type of system you have.
Please fill out the enquiry form below for a quote or contact us to discuss your service and maintenance needs.
As part of a rainwater harvesting system service and maintenance visit, the pre-tank, inline, and UV filtration (if fitted) with your system will be inspected and cleaned. This is paramount for a healthy rainwater harvesting system.
For instance, if the system’s filtration isn’t serviced it could lead to severe problems such as flooding, system failure, component failure, system contamination, etc.
Therefore, with regular service and maintenance, major issues can be avoided. The cost of a service and maintenance visit is significantly marginal to the potential costs of a rainwater harvesting system breakdown.
It almost goes without saying, a poorly performing pump equals a poorly performing system. Simply put, pumps that are well serviced will give optimum performance.
Pumps along with their controllers, level gauges, suction/discharge fittings, etc. can run into all sorts of problems if not well serviced and maintained. As part of a maintenance visit, these components are inspected for any sign of excessive wear and tear, malfunction, etc.
For example, a malfunctioning level gauge could be enough to make a pump, unnecessarily, turn on/off 100’s of times in a day, causing the pump motor to burn out. Essentially, this would result in needing to purchase a new pump.
The control panel is the brains of the system! Control panels come in many shapes and sizes with many different functions, depending on their type and use.
With regular maintenance, the control panel will continue to run your system within its set operational parameters, at optimal performance.
Also, this is where a lot of the system’s issues can be Identified and rectified at their early stages. Preventing major issues and breakdowns down the line.
If you have an issue with your system and are not quite sure what the problem is, this is a great service for you.
A rainwater harvesting engineer will be sent to site to fully investigate your system and report to you any fault(s) found.
Then, together, we can establish the best course of action to get your system up and running again.
If you have an older system that has been faulty in the past and continues to cause problems, then maybe it is time for a system refit.
This would usually entail replacing the majority of the components, such as the filters, submersible pumps, control panel, etc.
We offer free system health checks on commercial rainwater harvesting systems!
Along with regular rainwater harvesting system service and maintenance, rainwater storage tanks should be regularly cleaned too.
Usually they should be cleaned just after installation (before the system is operated), and then once every 2-5 years, depending on use and environment.
If you are experiencing foul-smelling or discoloured water your tank should be cleaned sooner rather than later to prevent further contamination and possible system errors.
We clean all types of water tanks, from1000-litre to 100,000-litre, above and below ground both commercial and domestic.
From a simple vacuum tanker cleaning to a full confined space (technician inside the tank) tank clean with a photo report.
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