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Coral Connection offers full service aquarium sales, installation and maintenance for high quality aquariums for homes and businesses. Whether you are looking to purchase a new aquarium or are interested in our maintenance package, we are here to help. If you need aquarium service, new aquarium installation, or are just tired of the hassle of maintaining your own aquarium, let us do the work for you. We are always available to provide quotes or estimates on any product or service needs you may have, including supplies, new decorations, additional equipment, complete aquarium setups or customized installations.  We are committed to building lasting relationships with our customers.  We have been installing and maintaining aquariums of all sizes since 2006.  Our full service design, installation and maintenance service makes owning an aquarium a simple, relaxing and enjoyable experience.

Maintenance accounts are serviced every two weeks.  Maintenance includes water change every visit, glass cleaned, filters cleaned, pads cleaned and water tested.  We provide customer maintenance reports with parameters noted and suggestions to make the tank better.

Aquarium maintenance charges are $65.00 per hour plus additional costs for materials used.  We also charge $2.00 per gallon for saltwater.

You will save money on the maintenance service if you continue to maintain the aquarium because it will take us less time for your regularly scheduled maintenance.

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Aquarium Tips

Research the fish you would like to own. You want to know things like, their adult size, what their natural environment is, what other fish they are compatible with, and what kinds of things they eat, what temperature range they live in, and the pH range they will tolerate.

Buy a tank that is going to fit all the fish! Not the size they are now, but the fish's adult size! Your fish should have no problem turning around in the tank once they reach their adult size. Each fish should have several gallons of water for just them.

Chose a filter system that will be right for you. There are many out there, each requiring different amounts of care and maintenance.

Buy plants and wood to make hiding places for your fish. Many fish will be more comfortable and less shy if they have dark places they can go to hide if they feel nervous or are just trying to get out of their light.

Test the water!  You should check for pH, ammonia, nitrites, and nitrates! The pH should what the fish you intend to keep would have in the wild.

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