A Successful Mix of Water and WoodComments (0)
By Bob & Jacquie Goad
Before you bypass this article thinking it is too complicated, let me assure you it is no more difficult than building any other piece of furniture. My wife and I build aquariums in many shapes and sizes. The 75-gallon corner unit in this article, similar to the one pictured here, is one of the easiest to build and one of the most practical to own.
First, we’ll build the frame and waterproof the tank. You’ll be amazed at how well the waterproofing process works, and how beautiful the result can be. Then we’ll craft a lid, install the glass, finish the entire unit and add the plumbing for your beautiful piece of living art. The pump, associated aquarium apparatus, the fish and their care will be up to you.
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