Our Services

Community oriented fish

Nobody likes a bully. That's why we only put fish together that naturally coexist. Tell us what fish you want and we will work to create a fish solution tailored for you!

Stunning Aquascapes

Did you know that about 71% of the earth's surface is covered by water? That means there are almost limitless aquascape designs for you to explore. We provide freshwater and saltwater solutions and we specialize in freshwater riverbed scenes.

The right fish tank

Whether you're looking for a simple corner fish tank or an aquarium for your office, Aquascapes has the perfect aquarium setup for you.

Personalized solution

Everyone is different. That's why we take the time to get to know each of our clients and their specific needs. We are happy to work to provide you the fish tank of your dreams.

Our services

Stress Free Setup

  • Tank placement
  • Filtration system
  • Gravel and water
  • Decorations
  • Fish (Not added day of setup)

Regular Maintenance

  • Partial Water change
  • Algae removal
  • pH, ammonia, nitrite, nitrate
  • Temperature Check
  • Fish health check
  • Filtration System Service

Frequently asked questions

We recommend conducting a partial water change at least twice a month but no more than once a week. Never take out more than 50% of the water in your aquarium. Plants and fish don’t like their water to be too sterile.

Like it’s name implies, an under gravel filter sucks water from under the gravel, as opposed to, from above the gravel. These filters are cosmetically pleasing because you don’t see them. In addition, under gravel filters suck nutrients towards plant roots and there isn’t a danger of your fish getting sucked into one.

We will setup the entire tank(s) with: lighting, filtration, gravel, plants, fish and of course water. After we setup your tank, we will come every week, two weeks or once a month for a: tank cleaning, pH test, partial water change(if needed) and fish health evaluation. 

pH stands for “potential hydrogen” and is a measure of how acidic or basic a solution is. Fish are sensitive to the pH level in their water which is why a regular partial water change is required. If you don’t change the water, the pH level will tend to creep down to an undesirable level. Freshwater fish like pH levels between 6.8-7.5 while saltwater fish like a 8.2-8.4 range.