How to select the size of Aquarium
Space: Consider the space where you plan to keep the aquarium. The aquarium should fit comfortably in the room and have enough space around it to allow for proper maintenance. A general rule of thumb is to have at least 2-3 gallons of water per inch of fish.
Number of fish: Determine the number of fish you want to keep. A larger aquarium can accommodate more fish, but you should also consider the type of fish you want to keep. Some fish require more swimming space and others need more hiding places.
Type of fish: Consider the type of fish you want to keep. Some fish are active swimmers and need a larger tank, while others are more comfortable in smaller tanks. It's important to research the specific needs of the fish you're interested in keeping.
Budget: Consider your budget. Larger aquariums can be more expensive to purchase and maintain, but smaller aquariums may not be big enough for the type of fish you want to keep.
Maintenance: Consider the time and effort required for maintenance. Larger aquariums require more maintenance, such as cleaning, filtering, and changing the water.
Once you have considered these factors, you can select the best-sized aquarium for your home. If you're still unsure, consult with us.