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Loomis Tank Online Store

Just a friendly reminder to our customers that you can purchase water tanks and septic tanks at our safe, secure online shopping site.  Check it out when you get a chance at shop.loomistank.com.
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Tips for Disaster Preparedness

Is your water supply secure in the case of a disaster? Many homeowners, farmers and business owners make a wise decision in storing water for tough times. In some areas, this may even be required by city or state ordinance. Click here to Read more.
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What is an Infiltrator Septic Leach Field System?

Many people still install septic systems the “old fashioned way.” This typically involves several truckloads of crushed rock, PVC pipe, multiple laborers, a backhoe, etc. If you are still doing it this way, you need to know there is a tried-and-true product on the market that will cut costs and time significantly. It’s called the Septic Leach Field Chamber by Infiltrator Systems. Click here to find out why we believe this product is far superior than traditional septic systems.
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New Aquifer Low Profile Cisterns

Loomis Tanks is pleased to announce that we are now stocking the new “Aquifer” 2500 gal Low Profile Poly Cistern manufactured by Ace Roto Mold, a division of Den Hartog Industries. These strong, durable tanks are manufactured from FDA compliant resins and are designed for bulk collection and storage of potable or non-potable water. They can be used for below-ground or above ground applications. These cisterns are available at any of our 9 retail locations or can be shipped to you factory direct. Aquifer cisterns are also available in  1000, 1500 and 2000 Gal. sizes. We are not currently...
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Jesusita Wild Fire Photos Near Santa Barbara, CA

Attached are some photos of this catastrophic wild fire that began on May 5, 2009 and was fully contained on May 20, 2009.  A total of 160 structures were destroyed by the fire, as well as an additional 18 structures which were damaged.  1,857 personnel were dispatched and 30 firefighters were injured.  The estimated cost of the fire was 17 million.  The cause is still under investigation. These photos show some of the devastation that this extremely hot fire caused.  Several of the images are of Loomis polyethylene water tanks purchased and installed by Jeff Brown of JJ Brown Construction,...
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