Your return pump failed and you didn’t follow my advice to have a spare one on hand? This tip could save your tank.
When you lose power, you’ve got a couple of options to get your tank powered up. Here’s one option that requires zero gas and has no carbon footprint.
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At some point in your saltwater tank career, the power will go out. While having a generator is the best plan for a power outage, here’s a source of backup power you might not know you had.
One thing that drives me crazy is the amount of money people spend on their saltwater tanks, yet they refuse to spend a single dollar to give themselves a backup plan in case of the most common tank emergency: an …Read more
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #134: The Emergency Planning Step For Your Tank You’re Overlooking
Earning your keep as a saltwater tank hobbyist includes going through the unexpected with your tank…at least once. To make your emergency planning more full-proof, make sure this step is part of your pre-disaster anticipating.
Summer is in full swing here in the Northern Hemisphere and that means the warm temperatures are here to stay. Before you have a tank temperature emergency, don’t forget about this quick tip.
Hurricane Sandy is looking like it will score a direct hit on the east coast of the USA Tuesday morning. I’ve been getting lots of great tips from viewers for ways to prepare yourself for the storm and I’ve rounded …Read more
Hurricane Sandy is looking like it is headed for a direct hit on the east coast of the United States. Here’s how to get your tank prepared if you are in the storm’s path. Note: These tips are useful for …Read more
When things heat up, use one of these. Just make sure you set it up ahead of time!
FEMA isn’t coming, so what’s your plan?