What a beautiful tank. Thanks for all the info you have given the community. I'm also looking to purchase the 1500. I went to see Dave at aquarium Gardens so I could see the tank in person. Great place. What a tank!
Thanks Alan for the kind words and you won’t go far wrong visiting Aquarium Gardens and speaking with Dave or any of the staff there.What a beautiful tank. Thanks for all the info you have given the community. I'm also looking to purchase the 1500. I went to see Dave at aquarium Gardens so I could see the tank in person. Great place. What a tank!
So... I'm at the very early planning stages. I can install a drain very easily. Also I'll be able to get access to a hot and cold feed So I'm going to replicate your setup.
The only question I have to you sir.
Is there anything regarding the plumbing you would change if were staring again?
Sounds like you have several options there, probably the best one would be to position the tank and then go through the wall exactly where needed from the cupboard.View attachment 133884 View attachment 133885 Thanks for the info.
I have a suspended floor and there's plenty of room under the floor to crawl around. I can place the drain when the tank base is installed.
Behind the wall, where View attachment 133882 View attachment 133883 View attachment 133882 View attachment 133882 View attachment 133883 the tank is going there's a walk in cupboard (under the stairs) so I was thinking of putting some my plumbing in there. I might just have the 2nd set of hot and cold taps under the tank. I've not told the wife about that idea yet! Anyway, I'm lucky that I've got flexibility regarding plumbing. The joys of owning a house built in 1925!
Yes I'm sad. The blue tape is the size of the 1500. It's all a plan. Letting the wife know what I'm doing.