Aquarium Water Replacement & Delivery

Keep Your Tank's Water Healthy Without The Headache

Whether you need to top off your tank with pre-conditioned water or you need to fully replace hundreds (or even thousands) of gallons of water, we'll handle everything from delivery to disposal, ensuring a smooth process with no damage to your tank or your pets. Contact us today to learn more or schedule a site visit.

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Pre-Conditioned Aquarium Water Delivery & Replacement Services

We keep a huge supply of pre-conditioned aquarium water for freshwater and saltwater tanks on-hand so we you keep your aquarium at peak performance, even in an emergency. We can deliver the water directly to your home or business and we'll even pump out and dispose of your old water if you'd like us to. Call us today to schedule a site visit.

  • "Champion aquariums deserves 10 stars for making our saltwater tank an effortless enjoyment!!! 🐠 Marc is always accommodating and goes above and beyond! Leah is the sweetest person! She’s always on time, every 2 weeks and meticulous about the cleaning our 🐠 tank. Plus, she loves my dogs 🐕 and they get excited to see her!! If you need professional… call Champion. You won’t be disappointed!!"

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    Theresa Carissimi

  • "Max, Kevin, and the entire Champion Aquarium team exceeded all expectations. Their punctuality, professionalism, and attention to detail were remarkable. Not only did they deliver outstanding service, but their fair and consistent pricing added to the overall exceptional experience. Highly recommended!"

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    Nigel Alston

  • "I’ve been using Champion Aquariums for several years now. They keep my tanks clean and healthy. Even helped me out with keeping my fish safe when my house had to be tented. Allison is the best tech ever, very knowledgeable and saved several of my fish with her skills. I highly recommend Champion Aquarium for your aquarium needs! "

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    Donna Rega

  • "We inherited this company when we bought our house with an aquarium built in. The staff are always friendly and knowledgeable when they come to service the tank and they clean the area before leaving. We have gotten great advice about our tank and the fish groupings from Kevin especially. Wonderful company all around."

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    Asha Nurse

  • "I was about to lose my tank and fishes when i hired Champion Aquariums, Steve was awesome, very polite and knowledgable, he made my water look perfect in a few weeks and now i am ready to start more corals. Thank you Steve and Champion Aquariums!"

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Frequently Asked Questions

Common Questions We Hear From Our Clients

Read through answers to some of the most common questions that we get from our clients. If you have any questions, need more information, or would just like to speak with one of our experts, give us a call at (954) 981-3100 or click below to schedule a site visit.

The pH balance in an aquarium is crucial because it affects the health and well-being of the fish and plants. A pH that is too high or too low can cause stress, illness, or even death to the aquarium inhabitants. The ideal pH level depends on the species kept but generally ranges between 6.5 and 8.2. Maintaining stable pH can be achieved by regular water changes, using substrates and decorations that do not alter pH, and monitoring with pH testing kits. In cases where adjustments are necessary, using products designed to raise or lower pH gradually is advisable to avoid stressing the aquarium inhabitants.

The nitrogen cycle is a biological process where beneficial bacteria convert harmful ammonia, produced by fish waste and decaying organic matter, into nitrites and then to nitrates, which are less harmful. This cycle is a crucial part of maintaining healthy water quality and preventing the accumulation of toxic substances that can harm aquatic life. Establishing a healthy nitrogen cycle in a new aquarium takes time and requires adding a source of ammonia to promote bacterial growth, with regular testing to monitor the process. Adequate filtration, aeration, and regular water changes support a stable nitrogen cycle in an established aquarium.

Pre-conditioned water is commercially prepared water that has been treated to remove chlorine, chloramines, and other harmful substances. It may also be adjusted to a specific pH or hardness to suit particular types of fish or plants. Using pre-conditioned water can be beneficial, especially for those new to the hobby, as it reduces the risks associated with tap water treatments and helps maintain stable water conditions. However, it's important to match the water parameters of the pre-conditioned water with the requirements of the aquarium's inhabitants.

Water replacements, or water changes, involve removing a portion or all of the aquarium's water and replacing it with fresh, pre-conditioned water. This practice dilutes the concentrations of nitrates, waste products, and other dissolved substances, improving water quality and reducing stress on the aquarium's inhabitants. Frequency and volume of water changes depend on the aquarium size, stocking density, and filtration efficiency, but a general guideline is to replace 10-25% of the water every two weeks. Using a gravel vacuum during water changes also helps remove debris from the substrate, further enhancing water quality. We are available for both scheduled and emergency water replacements, call us today to learn more.

Water hardness refers to the concentration of dissolved minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, in the water. It's divided into general hardness (GH) and carbonate hardness (KH), both of which are important for fish health and affecting pH stability. Some species thrive in hard water, while others require soft water; knowing the natural conditions of the aquatic life in your aquarium is key to determining the ideal hardness levels. Water hardness can be adjusted by adding mineral supplements to increase GH or using water softening methods, like peat filtration or RO (reverse osmosis) water, to decrease it.

Temperature fluctuations can actually have a significant impact on aquarium water quality by altering oxygen levels and the metabolism of fish and bacteria. Warmer water holds less oxygen, which can stress fish and inhibit the growth of beneficial bacteria involved in the nitrogen cycle. Sudden changes in temperature can also shock fish, leading to immune suppression and increased susceptibility to diseases. Maintaining a stable temperature suited to the species in the aquarium, using heaters and coolers as necessary, is vital for promoting a healthy environment.

Yes, overfeeding fish can have a major impact on your aquarium's water quality. Excess food that is not consumed by the fish decays and releases ammonia, a toxic compound that initiates the nitrogen cycle. High levels of ammonia lead to elevated nitrites and nitrates, further degrading water quality and posing health risks to the aquarium inhabitants. Overfeeding also encourages algae growth due to increased nutrients in the water. To minimize these risks, it's important to feed fish only as much as they can consume within a few minutes and to remove any uneaten food promptly.

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