Gold Coast aquarium builder

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Hey guys I'm a aquarium builder on the Gold Coast and building aquarium Is my passion and no job is to small or to big..


Gold Coast aquarium builder

Gold Coast , QLD 4226
Australia
Contact Phone
P: 0452191705
Website
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Description

Hey guys If u looking for someone to build you a custom stand or hood to what you need, Well I'm the guy I been doing this longs as I can remember and no job is to small or to big. Building aquariums is my passion and the tanks I build are with extra timber for the extra strength, I don't want a tank on the ground so I don't use nails just batten screws that will not rust for the marine tanks I want my tanks to last foreva. The prices for the tank is all about what sizes you after and if you want doors and what timer so give me a call/text so I can try and help you out, as well if you text me send what you trying to do like a pic or size of stand LxHxW and with the hood how do you want it slopping hood or a high one for the marine tank. Build glass tanks n sump I only build in full tank packages witch is the best deal to get with no marking around its all ready to go Thank you Joel 0452191705

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Fridays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Sundays: 09:00- 18:00

Terrible Advice Tuesdays: Sumps are outdated technology. A canister filter is a far superior method of filtration over a sump. The rest of the story: Some things make me want to vomit and terrible advice like this definitely makes my stomach turn. Let’s look at some basic facts first: A canister filter can act as a mechanical, biological or chemical filter depending on what type of media you put in it. A sump can also act as a mechanical, biological or chemical filter. At this point it appears that a sump is just as good as a canister filter. Looks can be deceiving though and digger deeper, here’s where a sump starts to pull ahead: A sump adds water volume to your system and everyone knows a larger system is more stable than a smaller one. While it is true that a canister filter does add some water volume to your system, it won’t add near the volume that a sump will. Advantage: Sump A sump can also house a protein skimmer to remove waste from you tank. You can’t add a skimmer to a canister filter no matter how hard you try. Advantage: Sump A sump also houses other unsightly equipment such as heaters, pumps, probes, etc. If you have a sump, these pieces of equipment will be out of sight leaving you to enjoy the uncluttered look of your display tank. Advantage: Sump Here’s a big reason I prefer sumps: with a sump, you’ll see detritus building up, which is a sign you need to do a water change. And when you do that water change, you can easily suck out the detritus. Less detritus means less nutrient sources which will help keep things like algae out of your tank. Does a canister filter also collect detritus? Absolutely! But you won’t see that detritus and if something is out of sight, it’s likely out of mind. Unless you clean that canister filter frequently – as in weekly – then it will collect detritus and cause issues. Advantage: Sump Bottom line: Keep the sump and sell the canister filter to some freshwater person. Oh, buy some frags with the money you made! P.S. There are successful saltwater tanks run off canister filters and you’ll more utility out of a sump. Keep the sumps and NOT the canister filter.

Published on 2014-07-02 09:26:59 GMT

Terrible Advice Tuesdays: Sumps are outdated technology. A canister filter is a far superior method of filtration over a sump. The rest of the story: Some things make me want to vomit and terrible advice like this definitely makes my stomach turn. Let’s look at some basic facts first: A canister filter can act as a mechanical, biological or chemical filter depending on what type of media you put in it. A sump can also act as a mechanical, biological or chemical filter. At this point it appears that a sump is just as good as a canister filter. Looks can be deceiving though and digger deeper, here’s where a sump starts to pull ahead: A sump adds water volume to your system and everyone knows a larger system is more stable than a smaller one. While it is true that a canister filter does add some water volume to your system, it won’t add near the volume that a sump will. Advantage: Sump A sump can also house a protein skimmer to remove waste from you tank. You can’t add a skimmer to a canister filter no matter how hard you try. Advantage: Sump A sump also houses other unsightly equipment such as heaters, pumps, probes, etc. If you have a sump, these pieces of equipment will be out of sight leaving you to enjoy the uncluttered look of your display tank. Advantage: Sump Here’s a big reason I prefer sumps: with a sump, you’ll see detritus building up, which is a sign you need to do a water change. And when you do that water change, you can easily suck out the detritus. Less detritus means less nutrient sources which will help keep things like algae out of your tank. Does a canister filter also collect detritus? Absolutely! But you won’t see that detritus and if something is out of sight, it’s likely out of mind. Unless you clean that canister filter frequently – as in weekly – then it will collect detritus and cause issues. Advantage: Sump Bottom line: Keep the sump and sell the canister filter to some freshwater person. Oh, buy some frags with the money you made!

Published on 2014-07-02 09:29:17 GMT

Where do you think the best fish and coral are sold??

Published on 2014-07-20 07:26:04 GMT

Hey guys n girls If your buying a second hand or new tank and you can't move it your self well I can help from moving it rebuilding, plumbing cleaning (No replacing or fixing glass) and programming the computer from the proflux, tunze, Eco tec etc...

Published on 2014-08-12 20:17:49 GMT

Hey guys any one use a aquarium controller

Published on 2014-10-14 09:00:20 GMT

What every one doing to there tanks this weekend

Published on 2014-11-14 09:03:19 GMT

Scratches in a glass aquarium can never be repaired. The rest of the story: Glass that is scratched lightly can be repaired. By “lightly” I mean a scratch that won’t catch your finger nail when you pass your nail over the scratch. If you’ve got light scratches that annoy you enough to make you want to fix them, you aren’t out of luck. You’ll need to drain your tank (yes…take everything out), get this scratch repair kit, then take your time. Fixing the scratch isn’t easy, but it can be done so don’t think if you’ve got scratches you are 100% out of luck. For those of you with deep scratches, you’ll either have to deal with it, or use the scratches as a convenient excuse to upgrade your tank!

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