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The legislation for soakwells Perth, Western Australia states that all stormwater, which lands on a property, is to be retained on the same property. This essentially means that water from a property may not flow onto public, neighbouring or other properties.There are a number of ways a property owner can retain water on site. The traditional, tried and tested method, which is most commonly used, would be soakwells. When installed by Perth Soakwells, we ensure that your rainfall will lead to a soakwell system which would then aid the dispersion of water from your property. The exact volume required or recommended differ between councils and shires which are responsible for various areas. The stormwater requirements will be determined by the size of the building, zoning of your property, residential density, council stormwater capacity, soil type and various other factors. There is a large amount of false information which surrounds the topic of soakwells.

1. First untrue statement -“It is law to have soakwells” This is untrue as various other stormwater systems exist that retain water on site, such as rainwater tanks. Additionally while some councils do recommend soakwells, some councils have no recommendation regarding soakwells such as the City of Joondalup regarding residential properties. However, if a stormwater drainage system is not installed, it becomes more difficult to defend your home against flooding, soil erosion and rain damage. It also becomes more challenging to prevent your water from flowing into neighbouring properties. Essentially we still recommend soakwells in most soil types, however, it is best to consult your specific property and building plans as well as your council recommendations to determine your appropriate stormwater drainage system.
2. Second untrue statement - “One soakwell per downpipe is inadequate” This statement is false and uneducated. If your property does not require a drainage system, then any additional stormwater implementation would be beneficial, regardless of size, volume or material. Additionally, the adequacy of one soakwell per downpipe can only be determined by the size of the soakwell, the soil type and amount of water expected to be flowing down the particular downpipe. A general rule of thumb is that a single 175 litre soakwell services an estimated 17sqm of impermeable area in sandy soil.
3. Third untrue statement “PVC soakwells are inadequate” This statement is untrue as our own premium polypropylene soakwells drain 40% more efficiently than a concrete soakwell of the same size. Most councils do not specify materials, only volumes.
Beware of uninformed installers who attempt scare tactics on the trusting client.
Perth Soakwells has your property and its drainage as its priority.
Make the right choice for your soakwells  Perth.
Perth Soakwells [tm] provides a no fuss stormwater Perth solution for your property in the Perth, Western Australia.
Soakwells Perth has installed soakwells and stormwater drainage and soakwells systems throughout the Perth area for over 10 years, with more than 40 years experience in the construction and stormwater Perth industry. We are the soakwell Perth experts in soakwell installations for Perth Western Australia .

We proudly install soakwells Perth for builders such as:
VENTURA, HOMEGROUP WA, PLUNKETT,AUSSIE LIVING and many other respected builders.
Soakwells Perth installs small soakwells, big soakwells, concrete soakwells and polypropylene soakwells with anti-leach mechanisms and anti-flowback stormwater systems. 

As a leading stormwater company we refuse to us use low grade, cheaper PVC soakwells and products to simply to save costs.  We don't cut corners because your stormwater Perth depends on it.

As  the top soakwell installation company, we guarantee our work, therefor we ensure to use only the best in premium concrete soakwells  and polypropylene soakwells.
Soakwells Perth works closely with stormwater engineers to ensure our installations are of the highest quality.
We are the original and superior modern stormwater Perth specialists for Perth.
Perth Soakwells is the trusted and referred soakwell installer for Perth by Perth builders and Perth owners.
Soakwells Perth is familiar with clay drainage, sand drainage, rocky soil drainage because we've provided stormwater drainage Perth in all soil types.
We take pride in our soakwell installations and always value our stormwater clients, pre- and post - stormwater installation.
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Before the construction of a new house the builder or homeowner should give special consideration to the stormwater runoff which will result from the roof and impermeable area of a new construction in Perth, Western Australia. Prior to construction on a brand new property, rainwater would have soaked into the ground and subsequently disperse. However, after construction, rainwater will land on surfaces such as a roof, paving or driveways and gather above ground, having nowhere to flow to. Any area, which is able to absorb water, will essentially be absorbing a significantly higher amount, leading to flooding, soil erosion and undermining of foundations.
By law in WA, homeowners must have soakwells installed to dispose of all their rainwater, and stormwater. With this in mind, we install the best possible products available, and also offer a 15 year warranty, to give all our customers peace of mind. We are long term members of the Master Builders Association , having been checked and verified by their board of approval. We are a proud member and ensure that are installations will always withstand scrutiny and the test of time. We offer free soakwells quotes and can beat any genuine written quote.