Project: First Home, brainchild of PRTV’s John Aguilar, showcased the construction and completion of John’s first home, a two-storey house in the hills of Antipolo. The show aimed to educate its viewers on every aspect of building their first home, from picking the lot, to choosing the right materials and systems to suit your home. When it came to choosing the best water system for the house, Project: First Home turned to Bestank. Known as the leader in Water Storage Solutions, Bestank supplied John’s first home with only the best water supply system, starting with our TRIPLE-LAYER Polyethylene (PE) Water Storage Tank. Virtually indestructible, the BESTANK PE Water Storage Tank is manufactured with 100% pure Polyethylene encased in a seamless, uni-body outer Polyethylene shell. Using 100% pure polyethylene for the inner layer ensures that clean, potable water stored in the tank stays clean and potable. Setting it apart from other water storage tanks is the foam middle layer that acts as insulation for the water stored inside. This year, Bestank once more teams up with PRTV for its latest season called Project: Green Home. To be built at Treveia Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. The challenge is to build the house using only environment-friendly materials at the same cost of building an ordinary house. Bestank stepped up to the challenge by bringing in our eco-friendly products ranging from High Density Fiberboard (HDF) Doors by Doormaster to our “landscape-friendly” BESTANK Stone Series PE Tanks that blend into the landscaping that is to be used for rainwater harvesting, a water heating system that harnesses the heat of the sun, saving on electricity and a reusable, filtering septic tank made of 100% recycled plastic.