Specialists in Custom Fish Tanks,
Luxury Aquarium Design and Installation
Soothing, engaging and endlessly interesting, an aquarium is a wonderful thing to have. Whether you’re an experienced fish keeper or are thinking about welcoming some fish to your home or office, you will soon find out how fascinating they can be.
A large part of keeping an aquarium is ensuring that your fish are healthy, happy and comfortable in their environment. While fish are often thought to be low maintenance and easy to care for, they have unique requirements when it comes to their upkeep. In fact, depending on the type of fish you choose, you might even find that they’re not quite as simple as you expected!
To help, we offer friendly and professional advice about naming and caring for your underwater friends. If you’re a beginner, we’ll walk you through on how to feed, clean and maintain the basics of your new Aquarium. We will also advise on how choosing the right food to suit your fish’s needs and feeding style. We can even help you learn and understand about fish well being and how to help recover from illness as well as understanding your fish’s behavior.
Keep in mind that the type of care you give your fish, as well as the type of environment they live in, almost always depends on the species of fish you choose. Our expert team will advise on the best Aquarium solution to suit your budget, lifestyle and experience,
Tropical and Marine Tanks
Tropical fish are generally those fish found in aquatic tropical environments around the world. Fishkeepers often keep tropical fish in freshwater and saltwater aquariums. The term “tropical fish” is not a taxonomic group, but rather is a general term for fish found in such environments, particularly those kept in aquariums.
Saltwater fish, also called marine fish, are fish that live in ocean water. Saltwater fish can swim and live alone or in a large group called a school. Saltwater fish are very commonly kept in aquariums. Most saltwater fish will eat Microalgae. Many fish eat red, green, brown and blue algae.