Your Saltwater Aquarium Journey Starts Here
Setting up and maintaining your own saltwater aquarium is an exciting endeavor that will be rewarding, educational, and exciting all at the same time. In this 10-episode series, Matthew takes us step-by-step through the process of setting up the ideal saltwater aquarium for first-time tank owners. Learn how to choose the right gear and provide a suitable habitat for your aquatic pets based on the fundamentals of cycling, stocking, maintenance, and nutrition.
Are you ready to embark on a captivating journey into the mesmerizing world of saltwater coral reefs? Building your first coral reef tank is an exhilarating endeavor that combines the beauty of...Read moreEntering the world of saltwater aquariums can be overwhelming for beginners. With an abundance of information available, it's crucial to focus on the fundamentals. In this article, we will provide a...Read moreMaintaining a healthy saltwater aquarium requires careful attention to water quality and it all starts with the freshwater used to mix up the saltwater in your tank. Tap water contains impurities...Read moreMaintaining a stable climate is essential for the health and well-being of the inhabitants in a saltwater aquarium. Fluctuations in temperature and other environmental factors can have a significant...Read moreProper water flow is essential for removing waste, nutrient dispersal, and promoting the growth of corals and other marine life. Achieving the right flow, however, can be challenging because...Read moreSetting up a saltwater reef aquarium can be an exciting endeavor, but one of the most challenging aspects for beginners is choosing the right lighting. With numerous options available, it can be...Read moreThe process of cycling an aquarium has come a long way in recent years as we have learned there is so much more at play than the nitrogen cycle and its supporting nitrifying bacteria. This process of...Read moreSo your tank is cycled and ready for fish, but my gosh the options are endless and it feels like you want all of them. This is something that most new aquarists will encounter and it's...Read more