30 gallon freshwater fishtank setup - YouTube

30 Gallon Fish Tank Setup +Tips ll Jaron's Aquariums - YouTube
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The total electric cost of running a 10 gallon aquarium per month, as estimated above, is $1.92 dollars, $23.04 annually, for a 10 gallon freshwater fish tank with no live plants, or $3.08 dollars, $36.96 annually, for a 10 gallon saltwater fish tank supporting live plants or coral. This tank size is cheapest and great for people with a small budget. The 10 gallon tank size is also the most inexpensive to setup, as less strong lights and heaters cost less than stronger counterparts.
30 GALLON FISH TANK NEW SETUP!!!!! Jaron's Aquariums - YouTube
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This is my cheap tiger barb setup. This 30 gallon tank is about 6 months now but the fish are 3 years old.

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First, decide where you want to put your fish tank. Water weights bout 8.3 pounds per gallon. A completely set-up 30 gallon aquarium, including gravel, decorations, and water, can weight up to 250 pounds. The larger the tank, the more weight you'll have to deal with. How's my setup? Please let me know!!

I have a 10 gallon tank with 7 fish: 3 Sunburts and 4 Black Skirt Tetras (3 long skirts and 1 short skirt). The tank has 4 different live plant species and an 18" bubble curtain in the back. The filter has a filter insert as well as a bio fiber insert. For the bubble curtain I have a Whisper Air Pump that is amazingly quite. I also have 2 full spectrum lights and a 10-30 gallon water heater that keeps the water circulating at 72-78 degrees (perfect for tropical fish). The light hood is on an automatic timer and there is a 2x daily automatic feeder so the tank virtually sustains itself.

Please let me know what you think and what you think I should do to make it better.The total electric cost of running a 30 gallon aquarium per month, as estimated above, is $5.37 dollars for a 30 gallon fish tank supporting live plants or coral. The 30 gallon tank electric bill amounts to $64.44 dollars per year.This tank size is still inexpensive for people with a smaller budget. The 30 gallon tank size is also fairly cheap to setup, as equipment under 50 gallons is generally decently priced.