What will you feel when you turn on the tap in the early morning, only to find out that there is water disruption at your house? I am used to experience this kind of problem for the past two years as my house is not installed with water tank, which is supposed to be a must-have to all houses. But I was left with no money after my house was fully completed in early 2007. So, I decided not to have one until my savings account grew, which it never did! Furthermore, I resorted to not having an internal roof-top water tank for fear that the water tank will collapse and fall apart on me while sleeping at night!
But I was wrong. The new housing area where I live is actually a water-disruption prone area. It is a norm to have water disruption at least twice a week. So often it is until I have to store the mobile phone number of the Air Kelantan Sdn Bhd senior technician in Tanah Merah. When this problem occurs, I give him a call straight away. If I notice a leaking pipe in my area, he is the one who I will turn to.
Come this school holiday, I will build an outdoor water tank stand which is able to store water in emergency. At least I can depend on the water for 24 hours before it dries up.