Today's top-of-the-line water tower holds three million gallons. It's a monument to modern, efficient engineering. You want at least 40 pounds-per-square-inch of pressure in the municipal water system to keep faucets, showers, and toilets flowing, and your new tower will exert around one pound of pressure per 2.3 feet of height. The larger the capacity of the tank and the higher the elevation, the stronger the water pressure in the surrounding neighborhood. You want the dishwashers and the automated lawn sprinklers and the washing machines to run at optimal effectiveness, you're definitely going to want a substantial water tower with a serious vertical thrust. The average one can be thrown together in as little as six weeks with pre-welded steel plates. They're built in the shape of suspended jellyfish to minimize surface area and painted light blue to reflect... More >>>