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Aquariums & Supplies Leasing Maintenance

Prices vary for aquariums, but those interested in purchasing or leasing aquarium supplies are best off heading to a pet or fish store first to get an idea of what they want. There are specialty aquarium stores out there, as well as online, that sell and lease equipment for the serious aquarium lover.

Online services may range from catalogs and product reviews to order placement and tracking. Some stores offer delivery and installation, usually at an additional fee. Leasing rates vary by provider as well, but they all hover in the same ballpark. Customers are encouraged to read the lease terms and conditions before signing. Many offer an option to buy when the term is up.

Another service aquarium and supplies providers offer is maintenance. It can be difficult to keep up with cleaning an acrylic or glass tank and filter, especially a very large one. Customers can set up regular maintenance appointments for the provider to visit their home or business to provide regular cleaning of their fresh or tropical salt water fish tanks.

Other services may include design and fabrication, with professional specialists providing these services. Many of their clients are architects and interior designers, or anyone who has an eye for sleek, innovative designs in regards to the tank, as well as the stand and table. These companies focus on incorporating extra features for live fresh water fish aquariums, offering custom background styles, live coral reefs, lighting, and custom filtration systems.

Sales associates within a pet shop or aquarium store should be able to guide the customer to the proper supplies for their tropical fish tank, such as decorations, gravel, air pumps, sand, and plants. They should also outline a proper food regimen for the safety of these marine animals.

Eco-Fish Write review for this local business
2592 Blackmon Dr, Decatur, GA 30033
(404) 735-7886  
We are an aquarium design, installation, and full service maintenance company. We offer affordable rates on our quality work. Our clients include schools, hospitals, and private homes.
Premier Aquatics
1 review: *****
1255 Johnson Ferry Rd, Marietta, GA 30068
(678) 453-3991 Write review for this local business

"I found Premier Aquatics on line and needed help with my 90 gallon salt water tank after moving. The service rep responded within 24 hours, reviewed the tank set up and offered their services to maintain the tank on a monthly basis. My coral and fish are doing wonderful, growing everyday. I call to order all my food and fish supplies and they are delivered with the monthly service. I am very pl ..."
Premier Aquatics Services Write review for this local business
1801 Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30062
(678) 453-3991  
Eco-Fish Write review for this local business
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 735-7886  
When choosing an aquarium and supplies store, research the store's background, making sure it has experience in the aquarium and supplies, leasing and maintenance business. You can research various aquarium stores online, where you can find reviews, prices, photos, maintenance guidelines, and recommended products, such as filters, plants, lighting, food, dosing pump, heaters, hydrometers, freshwater and saltwater products, backgrounds, gravel, protein skimmers, reef tank, reef supplies, marine fish, cold regulator, pumps, and chillers. There are many message boards and websites dedicated to aquarium owners. Select one that interests you, such as tropical fish, reef tanks or saltwater tanks. Consider whether you want to buy or lease your aquarium and supplies, and whether you want a new or used tank. Some aquarium stores, particularly wholesale aquarium stores, may offer discounts on items when purchased in bulk. Most aquarium stores sell all sorts of accessories to go with the tanks, such as a filter and plants, so be sure to browse the selection carefully. Ask about leasing and maintenance services if available. Get return information in writing. Some aquarium stores don't actually sell the fish that go into the tanks. You may have to visit a pet or fish store to purchase fish. Make sure the store is well maintained and clean. Find out if the store is part of a national chain or locally owned and operated. Check out the price lists at each store you visit and keep in mind the company's hours, availability, maintenance and leasing services, and location. Chat with staff to get tips and brand comparisons to ensure you're getting the best deal and advice.