When viewing the breathtaking finished aquariums one can be tempted to lose focus on what it took to get there. Please browse some behind-the-scene pictures and video to help gain an appreciation for the planning, setting up, sweat and hard work that we at Aqua Creations go through on a daily basis in order to bring you, the client, your unique, outstanding aquatic world.
Setting up an aquarium in Manhattan

Chilling in Manhattan

Our team come prepared to do the unusual. Even if it means getting into a bathing suit and diving into an aquarium to execute a bulkhead repair
Loading up a new fish tank
Moving a fish tank
We love what we do, and we’ve done it all. The more challenging the project the more our creative juices flow. If you can “dream it” we can “build it”. Give us a call and let us turn your dream into reality.

Precision Fabrication

Getting this oversized tank aquarium down a narrow staircase, with very little room for mistakes in calculations, required exacting precision planning. Had this tank been even a half inch larger it wouldn’t have been a go.
Moving an oversized aquarium down narrow stairs
Custom fabricated coral reef inserts

Coral Reef Aquarium Inserts

Custom fabricated coral reef inserts are beautiful and are the go-to choice for clients that want “COLOR, COLOR, COLOR”.

Checking the aquarium lighting
Custom castle aquarium display

Experience

Moving a large aquarium from truck to placement is not for the faint hearted. But this is just one of the many points in the setting up process that our vast experience comes into play.
Moving a large aquarium from the truck
How de we get those large aquariums up there?

Challenges are Fun

Challenges are great. It’s just a part of what makes the aquarium business so much fun.

Expert Aquarium Repair

At Aqua Creations, buffing out scratches that have formed over time in an acrylic aquarium is not a problem. When done right, the tank looks like new.
Buffing out acrylic scratches under the watchful eye of a tiger
This installation required the removal of the frontal windows

Do What it Takes

This aquarium installation required the removal of the frontal windows and frame along with the construction of a sliding ramp to help place this 1,200-gallon, approximately 1,500-pound aquarium.
Sliding an aquarium up a ramp
Mega-forklift power needed for this tank
You need the right equipment to move a aquarium