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Jeffrey Coleman: Quote- What would be the best way to get a quote?
We love to chat with our clients to advice or discuss about designs and cost effective ideas. Although prices will not be given over a phone call or via text, the best way to provide an accurate quote would be by gathering as much information as possible from the Get A Quote Page Customization Form, once we receive each submission we meticulously revise and prepare a detailed quote with each item individually priced.
M. Cacciatore: Tank sizes- What is the maximum height of a rimless tank?
24"H. is the maximum height on rimless reef aquariums up to 150 gallons of volume, on larger sizes sometimes the cutoff needs to be reduced up to 20"H. Depending on length and width. ( we keep in consideration every possible variable in order to build aquariums to last a lifetime).
Unanimous: Stands- what type of materials are the stands made of ?
All of our stands are built under the same concept ( Our goal is to manufacture products to last forever ). An aluminum square tubing structure frame powder coated w/without heavy duty adjustable feet. Clients can choose between an open concept look or to add a full skirt around with lightweight panel doors which are made of 100% water resistance composite core laminated acrylic on both sides with hidden hinges and push to open latches. Slick and modern high gloss look, very easy to maintain.
Matt Green : Shipping- What is the typical freight fees for shipping a tank to the west coast?
Shipping costs are based on : Dimensions, Weight, Distance and Shippers rates. From our facility to any of the western States shipping cost will range from $600 up to $1,500 or more for Aquariums of 200 gallons and up. Multiples options from different carriers will be offered to our clients to choose from.
Richard Totten: Custom sump - can you provide covers for the different sections of your custom sumps? and what materials are available if this is an option. I would prefer glass myself
Since all we do is Custom, Yes! we can provide lids for our aquariums and each chamber of a Sump ref. system. all of our lids can also be customized made of polycarbonite, acrylic and mesh, glass would not be an option since lids are often dropped or accidentally bumped on to the sump or aquarium causing severe damages. for more info please refer to www.safetoplids.com

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