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  1. Hi everyone, im looking for a choppy and a sparky who can help me with installing a fish tank into a wall. i need the wall cut out, light switches moved, power sockets moved and walls remade and then maybe some painting. would prefer someone that has done this before, but looking for know how and experience more than anything. Please make recommendations if you know anyone. thank you
  2. Pretty excited lately to start this little project. After keeping cichlids for almost all my life, thought i would have a go at at keeping a marine/reef tank. Engaged the help of a builder to get it done right ...... I am the first to admit i know didley squat about marine life though, but i have started learning/reading and listening..... This is a small room off the hallway leading to the bedroom, a cool place to just chill out. Tank is 5x2x2.5 Step 1 [/img] Step 3 [/img] Looking from inside chill out room [/img] [/img] [/img]
  3. Hello all. I have just come back from NZ and have a photo I thought you night enjoy. It's of some moss growing on top of a wall and although it's not been done on purpose - at least I think not - it looks really good. I think I will use it as inspiration for my next nano planted tank. 3
  4. Just got the tank on Tuesday, absolutely stoaked with how it looks in its new place.. had three heckelii before the move and acquired my old two surinamensis and another heck off my friend as he was shutting his tank down... they dont even know themselves and my rams are loving the hollows and caves in the wall.. pretty amateur with the camera, cant seem to get the shutter speed right.. its a nikon coolpix p500
  5. We put together a tank using the Hamburg Matten Filter system. With the goal of hiding what some say is a detractor from overall beauty.(IMO water quality comes before anything else. Hence I worry not for a little bit of blue foam) The foreground of the tank was meant to be grown out in Glossostigma and the wall was planted out with 3 types of Java Fern, African fern is on the root and Java moss and Anubias fills in the gaps. Aquarium-60cm x 45 x 45 Co2-citric acid and baking soda 2 x 20w T8`s Tank is stocked with neons and 2 discus we were gifted recently. We created the hill using Flourite and Poret. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDJAkOiRLYA The discus arrived a little unhealthy with internal flagellate due to bad bad water quality in previous owners tank. Fish weren't able to eat. I don't believe in antibiotics. So we raised the water temp to 32c, this increased their metabolism and allowed their immunity to build up. After a while they started feeding and were fed food soaked in 3%solution of Epsom salts. After a bit of a photo session we noted pre-spawning behaviour. Cleaning of the root and shivering shaking posturing. This morning the root was covered with eggs. Parents seem to be into the caring of the eggs. Other than the Glossostigma struggling we are extremely happy with the setup and how its going. Water parameters are perfect and filter maintenance is non existent. A perfect aquarium for modern day living.
  6. Does anyone know where I can find a piece of hard plastic mesh. Wanting to use for a moss wall. Currently use gutter mesh but it bends if fishing line too tight. So Looking for a piece about 30cm x 50cm or at least a large size that is hard and won't bend. Hopefully in brissy or available over net???
  7. im just wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction to find a fake rock wall backing for a 5ft'er, actual measurements r 1480L x 560H (or something similar) as u can see, im way out in the sticks, but any help would be appreciated cheers pete
  8. Yay my wife has given me permission to cut a big hole in the wall(between the living room and my fish tank room) to put a 6 footer into the wall. It looks like we have to get builder to let us know if the wall is a load bearing wall as it may be more difficult then. The only downfall is that if I go ahead I loose a lot of my tanks in the fish tank room as it backs onto the fish tank wall so a lot of the width of the wall tank will be in this room. I am hoping to get a 6x2.5x2.5 in the wall and then picture frame the side in the living area. Has anybody on this sight done this before and if so do you have any tips or do and donts for this project. Any info appreciated. Thanks. Mark
  9. I'm setting up another tank and wanted a way to separate the plant substrate from the sand i want to use at the front (for my cories) So i decided to build a wall, quite pleased how it turned out actually All that was used was foam, silicon and black quartz sand. Full wall 'rock' Close up
  10. dim: 10 x 15cm asking for $10 each or $15 for both HI ALL I HAD THIS POST UP HERE YESTERDAY, BUT THE POST IS NOW DISSAPEARED FOR SOME REASON, IT WAS SOLD TO SOMEONE ALREADY BUT DUE TO LOST POST AND LOST PMS, WHICH ENDED UP WITH LOST CONTACT WITH THE BUYER, I DECIDED TO POST IT AGAIN, BUT ITS NOT BACK FOR SALE, WHOEVER THE BUYER IS, CAN U PM ME AGAIN PLEASE CHEERS
  11. Hi all, I have a cupboard under the stairs that I wan't to use to put a fish tank in (Harry's all grown up now and needs a larger room). Is it as simple as cutting a hole in the plaster board and prettying up the edges with some sort of trim and setting up the tank on the other side? Thats how I though it might be done but how do you make sure the tank sits flush and doesn't have a dodgy looking gap? Would it pay to recess (can't think of the proper term) the trim and inch or 2 inside the cupboard sort of like a window sill? Any help would be great. Andy
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