Aquariums & Lighting
Our Aquarium CollectionAs a newcomer seeking to keep a few cold water or tropical fish, we offer many starter kits for you to get started. You can choose models with integrated filtration systems to maintain water quality. When it comes to large-scale solutions, we offer different sizes of fish tanks. Our complete aquarium systems come with cabinets, heater, integrated filter, and lighting systems, and are suited for freshwater or saltwater needs.
Our saltwater ranges are perfect for marine fish. These units can have the required filtration and lighting systems that can also support corals. With these systems, all you will have to do is to add water, plants, fish, decorations, and underwater critters.
Choosing The Right AquariumWe know that many new aquarium owners tend to have a bad first experience with their selection. We suggest that you consider all the key factors when making your choice. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff can also help you make the right selections based on your unique needs.
- Cost: Cheap is not the way to go about adding an aquarium to your home. Even if it is a hobby, you should be ready to make a decent investment to get started.
- Create a Checklist: Create a thorough checklist of all the items you will need to succeed with it. Some of the common items include the tank, stand, heater, hood and light, filter, thermometer, gravel, water treatment, decorations, cleaning supplies, and test kit.
- Size: Keep in mind that small thanks are more difficult to manage. The tank size should depend on the fish and their numbers. Avoid getting yourself anything less than a 20-gallon tank.
We supply different sizes and all the essential systems and supplies to help you complete your aquarium.
Aquarium LightingProper lighting is an important factor in the success of any aquarium system. There are many benefits of proper lighting. Proper lighting provides essential lighting to plants and animals. It is required by all photosynthetic organisms in your tank, including plants, corals, and anemones. It will also affect fish physiology and behavior. When choosing aquarium lighting systems, you should consider the Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) values of the units.
At Nebraska Aquatic Supply, we offer different types of light bulbs and fixtures to meet the needs of your set-up.
Our experienced and knowledgeable staff carefully selects all our products. So, you will be able to choose from only high-quality aquariums and lighting systems. If you want to know more about our products and solutions, call us at 402-934-8206 or write to us.