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Saltwater Aquarium | Custom Acrylic Aquarium

Looking for the best quality Saltwater Aquarium or Custom Acrylic Aquarium? We specialize in custom acrylic aquariums, refugiums and sumps. You dream it, we can do it!! A saltwater aquarium is a classic accent piece for adding the beauty of the ocean to any home, office or business. Our custom acrylic aquariums are available in a variety of sizes and shapes in order to fit well into the style of the area where you will showcasing this awesome piece. Craftsmanship and appearance are primary details we invested heavily in, while paying close attention to the most suitable environments for either saltwater or freshwater fish. To ensure our clients top notch service and the best possible experience, Reefs 2 Go takes a full hands on approach to every fish tank order. Not only do we assist with the design and construction , but also with the set-up installation and maintenance of the saltwater aquarium. We want to be your one-stop shop through this process of creating your under water world.

Glass vs. Acrylic Fish Tanks
If you are deciding between glass or acrylic for your fish tank consider these advantages acrylic has to offer. Acrylic has clearer visibility and less distortion than in glass. It is lighter weight perhaps allowing you the option to get a larger tank. Remember water and decorations also contribute greatly to any tanks overall weight, regardless of the material type. Comparatively to glass which can crack with relatively little force, these are very strong and durable. It would take an exceptional blow to break them. Saltwater Aquariums come in a variety of shapes, such as cylinders, half spheres, concave, convex, etc. There are fewer glasses tanks on the market available in these same unique shapes. Furthermore, these tanks have a modern, seamless, upscale look. They're particularly ideal for tanks of 500 gallons or more, while being 1/4 the weight of their glass counterpart. Take a look below to see what we mean.