Tips for Buying a New Aquarium – A beginners guide
An aquarium is a hobby that suits the vast majority of people, and can also provide fun for hours. There are fish and aquariums for all varieties and flavors and it is only the imagination that sets the limits. But it’s not just getting an aquarium, pouring into water and throwing in the fish and thinking everything will work out well. Aquarium purchases are accompanied by a large commitment. To simplify for those who will or just have an aquarium, we have compiled this page with care tips and tips to make it easier for you; as well as giving you the chance to avoid making all the classic novice errors that so many others have done before you.
Think through your Aquarium-purchase
Buying an aquarium in a haste will never turn out good. The first question you should ask yourself is: Do I really have time? An aquarium requires care and care for its inhabitants to feel good. How much are you prepared to commit to your aquarium and the animals that live there? Where should it be displayed? Does the insurance cover if the aquarium would leak leak and 100 liters of water runs out over the parquet floor? Nevertheless, it is your responsibility for the fish to feel good and have a healthy life.
Once you have decided that you are ready for a purchase, you should consider what type you want. There are of course a variety of different ones. Everything from small coupons to large furniture varieties. Feel free to mail us and ask for a good starter package that suits your taste.
Many beginners who want to start up with aquariums want to start with something easy, and maby have decided to get a goldfish or something in those lines. What many don’t know, is that a goldfish bowl of about 12 liters is harder to handle than an bigger tank of around 300 liters.
The reason for this is that in a small bowl it is much more difficult to create a good balance for the fish, than in the larger aquarium because of the constant water changes that disturb the balance. This means that the fish are at greater risk of getting ill. For beginners, we recommend getting a tank of 60 liters or more to get a comfortable start of your new hobby.