Choose Heavy Haulers to Transport Your Water Tank

At Heavy Haulers, client satisfaction comes first. Not only do we want to create a long-term relationship, but we hope, that by doing outstanding work, you'll recommend us along the way. Our well-seasoned, professionally trained drivers have operated vacuum trucks long enough to adapt to any situation. We also have an online team that is at your service 24 hours a day to answer any questions you may have when it comes to transporting your water tanks.


Three Water Tanks Being Transported on a Step Deck Trailer
We'll Ship Any Sized Water Tank!

No water tanks are too big or heavy, no distance is too long, and of course, no task is too urgent for Heavy Haulers. Our team of seasoned experts will safely transport any sized water tanks and deliver them anywhere in the United States, Canada, and even Mexico.



We Can Haul Any Sized Water Tank

When it comes to water tank transport, we have a wide array of trucks to choose from. Oversized water tanks are no problem! Call and speak with an elite logistics team member, and they'll put your mind at ease. Our experienced drivers will handle loading and transporting them to your destination safely and on time. Heavy Haulers services are rated the best in and out of United States. So, trust the professionals to handles all your heavy hauling needs.

Recent Water Tank Shipments

Six water tankers transported on a step deck

Six Steel Water Tanks Transported on a Step Deck Trailer

  • Shipping From: San Francisco, CA 94121

  • Transporting To: Benning, GA 31905

  • Specs: Steel Water Tanks; 32L X 10.6W X 10.7H

  • Transport Specialist: Stephen Ladd
    (754) 203-9230

Plastic Water Tank Transported on a Step Deck Trailer

Plastic Water Tank Transported on a Step Deck Trailer

  • Shipping From: Spokane, WA 99209

  • Transporting To: El Paso, TX 79900

  • Specs: Plastic Water Tank; 16L X 8W X 10H

  • Transport Specialist: Brian Hatfield
    (754) 203-8979

Multiple Plastic Water Tanks Transported on an RGN Trailer

Multiple Plastic Water Tanks Transported on an RGN Trailer

  • Shipping From: Monument Valley, AZ 84536

  • Transporting To: Lewiston, ME 04240

  • Specs: Plastic Water Tanks; 40L X 11.11W X 11H

  • Transport Specialist: Brian Goncharsky
    (754) 203-9267

Large Iron Water Tanks Transported on a Step Deck

Large Iron Water Tanks Transported on a Step Deck

  • Shipping From: Rockford, IL 61104

  • Transporting To: Hamilton, MO 64644

  • Specs: Multiple Iron Water Tanks; 13.6L X 11.75W X 11H

  • Transport Specialist: Brian Hatfield
    (754) 203-8979

Metal Water Tank Transported on a Step Deck

Large Water Tank Transported on a Step Deck

  • Shipping From: Cookville, TN 38501

  • Transporting To: Tamarac, FL 33319

  • Specs: Metal Water Tank; 40L X 11.11W X 11H

  • Transport Specialist: Brian Hatfield
    (754) 203-8979

Loading Multiple Water Tanks on a Step Deck Trailer

Loading Multiple Water Tanks on a Step Deck Trailer

  • Shipping From: Ogden, UT 84401

  • Transporting To: Nevada City, CA 95959

  • Specs: Alloy Water Tanks; 13.6L X 11.75W X 11H

  • Transport Specialist: Brian Hatfield
    (754) 203-8979

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Transport Water Tanks with the Professionals

There is a large variety of water tanks, and each of those tanks come in various shapes and sizes. Each type of tank has its own requirements when transported. Our versatile fleet has its own variety of trailers, ready to take on any type of tank. A member of our logistics team will help determine what works best for your freight, to ensure its delivered safely.





Alloy Tanks



Alloy water tanks, such as stainless steel, are considered to be one of the best choices overall. With corrosion protection, longevity, and mobility, these are often used for storage, treatment, and distribution of drinking water. These are becoming even more popular, as they're able to help minimize environmental loss, thanks to the ability to combine seismic and corrosion performance.

Carbon Steel Tanks



Carbon steel tanks can be as small as 25 gallons, or up to 30,000 gallons, which means, when it comes to transport, we're ready for anything. These types of water tanks can be above ground, underground, horizontal, vertical, or rectangular. That means you need an expert that's knowledgeable enough to know just how to transport your equipment safely and efficiently.

Emergency Water Tanks



Emergency water tanks are just that. They're backups in case the water goes in instances such as hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small water bladders to large drum barrels. Reservoirs can hold up to 550 gallons of water. When transporting multiple emergency tanks, you want a driver who knows how to strap them in properly, so they arrive at their destination safely.




Fiberglass Water Tanks



Fiberglass water tanks are available in above ground and underground models. They often have a long life span, and they're ideal for storage solutions when it comes to rain water harvesting, oil field storage, irrigation water storage, and more. Because these tanks are made with resin and glass, they require a delicate touch when transporting. At Heavy Haulers, we understand this, and make sure to take the utmost care in transport.

Horizontal Leg Tanks



Horizontal leg tanks are made from plastic. These large containers are primarily used for transporting a large amount of liquid. Depending on the need, these tanks come in various shapes, sizes, and weights. That means, when it comes to transport, it needs a trailer that fits it perfectly. Our versatile fleet is waiting to transport your horizontal leg tank today.

Industrial Water Pumps



Most of the industrial water pumps are large and super heavy, which means they require special care and proper skills to ensure their transport is safe and secure. These water pumps are used throughout various industries to transport and transfer liquids, including water, oils, chemicals, sludge, and more. Our experienced drivers know that these pumps can have an awkward shape, and they also know how to make sure they're strapped down properly for transport.



Metal Water Tanks



Metal tanks are often used for well water storage, portable water storage, irrigation, and even as fire suppression tanks. These versatile tanks also come in various shapes, with dome or pitched roofs, and their weight varies based on the amount of water it's meant to hold. Because of that, the loading and securing of the tanks may vary from transport to transport--and that means it's time to call our team of experts to get started.

Mixing Tanks



Mixing tanks are used in virtually all industries and production lines. Based on different needs, these tanks can come in small, medium, or large sizes, ranging anywhere from 50-100,000 gallons. They can also come in different shapes, with various types of robust mixers and agitators to get the job done.

Mobile Water Towers



Most people know what water towers are. When you drive through a town or city, it often stands tall, proudly representing it's location in bold letters. Portable water towers are self-contained and can be used pretty much anywhere. These are often pressurized and designed specifically to meet the client's needs.



Nitrogen Tanks



Did you know nitrogen comes in gas or liquid and can be used in construction, as an alternate cooling method, metal fabrication to prevent oxidation, and in so many other various ways. So, when it comes to tanks, they come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, based on the customer needs. It makes sense that such a versatile element would need versatile storage--and that means you need versatile transport.

Poly Tanks



Poly tanks are plastic water tanks used for storing safe drinking water, rainwater collecting, and are great as emergency backups. They are often found on farms and by commercial businesses. They are popular because of the availability and cost-effectiveness. Poly tanks are usually molded as a single piece, which means they can't be broken down for transport, so you need an experienced driver who knows how to handle it with care.

Open Top Plastic Tanks



These translucent tanks are used for temporary liquid storage or as a secondary containment for vertical tanks. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from 2 gallon all the way up to about 7,000 gallons. Because of the broad range of product, these Open Top Tanks are a great choice, depending on the need.



Pressure Tanks



We are specialists in the heavy hauling industry. Neither the distance nor the size of the pressure tank you need to transport is a limitation to us. We carry equipment of all sizes which range from heavy water equipment, construction equipment, and agricultural equipment.

Pressure Vessels



Pressure tanks are generally used to give consistent pressure to a home's water system when they have a private well. They prevent pumps from cycling on and off each time water is turned on--and can increase the life of your pump. The size of this type of tank varies based on gallons per hour (gph) and the number of plumbing figures, including outdoor figures such as spigots.

Scrubber Tanks



Scrubber tanks are used for air, as opposed to liquid. These large and versatile tanks ventilate, purify, and clear chemical fumes, while cleaning the air. They can often be found in industrial settings to neutralize exhausts or atmospheric gasses. Because these tanks are usually designed to specification, the come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and weights.



Septic Tanks



Septic tanks are important for people who doesn't have their plumbing connected to the city. Wastewater flows from the home, through a pipe, into the septic tank, which holds it long enough for solids and liquids to separate. The three common types include concrete septic tanks, plastic septic tanks, and fiberglass septic tanks. Each type of tank requires unique transportation.

Underground Water Storage Tanks



Also known as water cisterns, these tanks are used for underground storage of potable drinking water, fire suppression systems, and rainwater collection. Underground takes come in a wide variety of materials, including steel, aluminum, poly, composite, and fiberglass. The size, type, and weight of these tanks are all factored to choose the right transport equipment for safe delivery.

Vertical Plastic Water Tanks



While these tanks are great for water storage, they are also used for liquid fertilizer, waste vegetable oil, industrial and agricultural chemicals, as well as car wash tanks. They can range from 10 to 200,000 gallons. They are made from linear polyethylene and work for indoor or outdoor use.



Water Harvesting Tanks



Also called rain barrels, rainwater tanks are typically used to collect and store rainwater for later use. Often, the collected water is used for watering gardens, or as emergency reserves for flushing toilets. It's not often used as drinking water, unless filtered, because of the possibility of contamination.

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Determining the Best Route to Ship Your Water Tank

Water Tank Shipping

Once mileage is calculated, we can determine the truck and trailer that is best suited for transport. Our elite logistics team understands the regulations concerning road weights in every state, and will determine the best route to ship your cargo. They will be in constant communication with our skilled drivers to ensure your equipment reaches its destination safely and on time.



On Time Delivery

You can lose a lot of business opportunities if we don't deliver the tanks on time. Our vacuum trucks run at a standard speed that will ensure we reach our destination on time. We also do regular service to the transportation trucks to avoid any inconvenience that is caused due to breakdowns. We value you and your time, so we work both day and night to make sure that the tanks arrive at their final destination without any delays whatsoever. Water tanks are delicate and that is why we have personnel in charge of handling the cargo to avoid any damages. Our fleet has a wide array of trailers that fits your needs.

Common Trailer Types Available from Heavy Haulers

Heavy Haulers specializes in hauling heavy loads such as construction equipment, oil field rigging and Super Loads. We are wideload experts! We offer an extensive range of trailer choices, including:





Common Equipment Manufacturers Heavy Haulers Transports

Trust Heavy Haulers to transport any load-type of any shape and any size. Most of our drivers are experienced heavy-machinery operators who can safely maneuver your loads aboard our trailers. Some brands we've shipped include:




Heavy Haulers Ships Across All 50 States

Alabama - Alaska - Arizona - Arkansas - California - Colorado - Connecticut - Georgia - Hawaii - Idaho - Illinois - Indiana - Iowa - Kansas - Kentucky - Louisiana - Maine - Maryland - Massachusetts - Michigan - Minnesota - Mississippi - Missouri - Montana - Nebraska - Nevada - New Hampshire - New Jersey - New Mexico - New York - North Carolina - North Dakota - Ohio - Oklahoma - Oregon - Pennsylvania - Rhode Island - South Carolina - South Dakota - Tennessee - Texas - Utah - Vermont - Virginia - Washington - West Virginia - Wisconsin - Wyoming


The hauling weight of Your water tank also determines the shipping cost

Water tanks come in a large variety of shapes, sizes, and weights. Of course, the heavier the weight, the more it costs to ship. Knowing the details of your specific tank will help our elite logistics team not only find you the best price, but also the best equipment for transport. For instance, heavier tanks require machinery that has a lower center of gravity to enhance their stability. Call today and we'll work to find the best prices and equipment to get your tank to where it needs to be.








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    CLIENTS SATISFIED



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