National Storage Tank is committed to quality craftsmanship and durability of all materials, knowledge and quality of product, punctual and professional fabrication, with integrity and ethical business practices.
We build relationships, durable and long-lasting partnerships with our clients. From the first phone call to the final walk-through, we are there, always. We are also committed to our community and our environment. We are not only good corporate citizens, we care and contribute to our community.
Be it at work with architects to achieve maximum LEED points on a project, or a city to develop rainwater harvesting program, a corporation to dispose of waste in a safe manner, or supporting a non-profit to preserve flora & fauna, we always give our very best.
National Storage tank is pleased to support the Boys Hope and Girls Hope San Francisco. Their philosophy and programs hmake a big difference in the lives of some amazing kids. Their mission statement is one we absolutely agree with Boys Hope Girls Hope firmly believes that children have the power to overcome adversity, realize their potential, and help transform our world. Children create these successes when we remove obstacles, support and believe in them, and provide environments and opportunities that build on their strengths.Visit their website for additional information and to make your donation as well. https://bhghsf.org/
National Storage Tank is proud to financially support SPAWN. A program developed by Turtle Island Restoration Network of West Marin County.
The video above was shot on 12/23/14 at Lagunitas Creek, on the Western end of Marin County, California. Lagunitas Creek, some 28 miles from Union Square – Downtown San Francisco, is home to the largest remaining run of Central California Coho Salmon. Imagine, salmon spawning less than an hour away from the very heart of San Francisco.
SPAWN is dedicated to the restoration and protection of Lagunitas Creek and its tributaries, providing salmon access to their historic spawning grounds. To find out more about SPAWN and the fantastic and far reaching conservation efforts of Turtle Island please visit their site: