Marine aquariums have a reputation for being difficult to start and maintain. There are some added responsibilities compared to freshwater tanks; however, these are challenges that can be mastered. Here are my posts for marine aquarium tips and chronicles of our Fluval EVO 13.5.
When setting up our EVO 13.5, I kept a mindful eye on a budget, but still wanted to go ahead and get all components in place to raise future coral additions. In order to provide flexibility in flow ...Read More
When putting together our Fluval EVO 13.5 saltwater build, I spent quite a bit of time considering what all was worth upgrading. I wanted to maintain a balance between keeping initial cost down but ...Read More
About a year ago, I started our adventure in saltwater nano aquariums. I’ve documented my decision to get into saltwater and the setup of our EVO 13.5 in this series. Core to this project is t...Read More
Cycling a new aquarium is somewhat exciting. Kind-of like watching paint dry or organizing your junk drawer. I kid, but it is an important process to setup a good foundation for your saltwater Sha...Read More
Our freshwater tank, a Fluval Spec V, has always had equipment space limited to a nearby storage box. I do my best to keep it organized, but it’s somewhat hopeless. When I started the EVO sa...Read More
Patience is a virtue in the Marine Aquarium hobby. It has been difficult waiting for all the other pieces (aquarium stand, RODI system, saltwater mixing, hardscape) to be in place, but finally –...Read More
Beyond the basics that I covered in Part 1 of our EVO 13.5 series, I have a few other upgrade products that I wanted to include in our build. If you are on a budget, I’d consider all of these as...Read More