Aquarium Maintenance Macomb County

Whether your tank is big or small, fresh or salt, fish or reef, our Aquarium Maintanance services in Macomb County Michigan will keep your aquarium looking its best all the time. We know that maintaining a tank can be difficult, but we’re here to help. We will maintaining a proper pH & Nitrate balance for your tank so it can thrive for years to come. We perform ongoing maintenance for high end tank owners all over Michigan that we have installed. Contact Us Today For A Free In Home Consultation (586-791-3900)

Aquarium Maintenance Services Macomb County

  • Scrub and Remove Algae / Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment
  • Vacuum Substrate
  • 30% Water Change
  • Remove / Replace Filter Media
  • Test Water Quality / Temperature/Flow
  • Clean Protein Skimmer
  • Visually Inspect Pumps, Power Heads, Heaters, Plumbing, Lighting
  • Clean Glass or Acrylic Surfaces
  • Clean Covers or Glass Tops
  • Head Count/Disease Watch / Replace Sick Fish

Free In Home Consultation

Armada, Center Line, Clinton Township, Eastpointe, Fraser, Harrison Township, Macomb, Mount Clemens, New Baltimore, New Haven, Ray, Richmond, Romeo, Roseville, Saint Clair, Saint Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Utica, Warren, Washington

Contact Us Today 586-791-3900

Whether you’re looking for a hands-on approach to maintaining your aquarium or a hands-off approach, we have, or can design a maintenance plan to fit your budget, schedule, and aquarium.

Basic and Custom Plans

For our basic plans, you’re responsible for purchasing the fish, foods, and other supplies, but we’ll keep your aquarium pristine! If these plans aren’t what you’re looking for, we can work with you to create a custom maintenance plan that you won’t have do anything.

Contact our team today to discuss your saltwater, freshwater or marine reef aquarium’s needs. Our team looks forward to assisting you!

Why Do Aquarium Maintenance?

Often Aquarium owners don’t give much thought to Maintenance. After all, they have a filter, and some bottom feeding fish to pick up stuff that falls there. So what else is needed? Well unlike bodies of water in nature, an Aquarium is a relatively small amount of water. Add to that the fact that it is a closed system, and it becomes quite different than a habitat in nature. Nothing goes into or out of the tank unless you have a hand in making it happen. Filters certainly help, but if not maintained filters become clogged and can cause more harm than good. Meanwhile fish continue to produce waste, uneaten food decays, and potentially harmful byproducts slowly build up. The only way an aquarium will remain clean is if you take the time to perform maintenance on a regular basis. Otherwise, over time the habitat will become less and less healthy for the fish.