I was debating height as well, 27"-30" might be a good height too. I have pretty long arms and long tweezers. What height would you go? There is as much room to go basically as tall as wanted.
Yeah, I was thinking 30" because of reaching only the 1 side. If it sat in the wall and were thicker though, we could make it look like a built in furniture piece and then have cabinets from the top on the other side. But I still agree, 30" is pretty tall even with my long arms.28-31 for height. Keep in mind if your only going to be able to access from one side the diagonal to the other side bottom and how hard it will be to do certain things with the angle created by rockwork
I need to see how much of the office that takes away. Here is where we are thinking of it going in staged photos. We can't extend to the right too far as that is where the entrance to the office is. Carpet is being replaced with vinyl laminate. Concrete slab underneath so not too worried about weight. The opening is 8 feet wide right now, but we need a foot of space for office entrance, so that is where it is either 7 feet long, with a 6 foot cutout in the wall, or a built in unit in the wall that is 6 feet but gets to be wider since it will be in the wall.7’x30”x30” for the win! Lol
Thank you. Their tank is full, so I am getting corals sold/given away first, then fish to the community. No idea why, but I have had 5-10 people ask about the anthias. I need to figure out a fair way to figure out who gets them, Maybe biggest tank that is most empty, and can take the most fish.Congrats on the new place! Is the taqueria going to get a lot of the animals?
Neither would break or leak if made properly and supported with a good stand. I am leaning towards a custom crystal dynamics tank like the last one I have. The euro brace and reinforced seams have held up really well.