Proudly Serving Both Nassau and Suffolk County
ISLAND FISH AND REEF: LONG ISLAND, NY’S NUMBER ONE AQUARIUM SHOP
Since 2003, Fish and Reef has been New York’s premier aquarium design, installation, stocking, and maintenance firm. Specializing in all aquatic ecosystems: freshwater, planted, saltwater, and reef alike.
If you’re considering a saltwater aquarium, you’ve made a wonderful decision. The ultimate goal; to see joy on the faces of those who get to enjoy the splendor of peering into the completed aquarium. Whether it be for a hobby, a family venture or to add interest to an office or waiting room, plan to do some research before beginning. Caring for a tankful of fish could make for a great bonding experience for all parties involved but it must be done right. Before you look for where to get your equipment, decide which type of saltwater aquarium meets your project needs and budget.
What Saltwater Aquarium Type Should You Select?
There are various types of saltwater aquariums. Each has pros and cons. When deciding on the type of saltwater aquarium, you need to consider the options.
Saltwater aquariums include:
The Best Advice: Hire A Team Of Experts To Source, Assemble and Install All Equipment
Are you new to aquariums and planning to just visit the local pet store instead of an experienced aquarium shop? Setting up an aquarium may be a bit overwhelming to a beginner. However, once the tank is set up and your school of colorful fish are happily swimming around, it will be well worth the meticulous planning. However, don’t do it alone. Island Fish & Reef professionals can help you build your aquarium from start to finish in Nassau County. Besides saltwater aquariums, the team handles freshwater, planted and reef aquariums. The team will carefully source all materials and inspect each component for highest quality.
A Island Fish & Reef Project Manager Helps With All Phases of Aquarium Design
Your assigned project manager specializes in helping to create a unique aquarium. From tank size, filtration and decorations to cabinetry, glass, selecting fish and more. Rest assured, for 18 years, Island Fish & Reef has been a leader in aquarium design, installation, stocking, and maintenance. Island Fish & Reef is a highly respected aquarium shop in the community, offering the best service to residential or business locations in Nassau County.
Quarantine, Concierge, Housing, Cleaning And Maintenance Services
Island Fish & Reef quarantines every fish and the corals are dipped and observed before they enter any reef system. The fish are monitored for a minimum two week period of time to ensure they are healthy and eating before being sold.
Island Fish & Reef offers local concierge services to help you select your new additions, packaging and delivery to your aquarium, acclimation and placement and provides a lesson to care for your aquatic system.
Every member of the Island Fish & Reef team is qualified to maintain all systems. Services include water testing, algae scrubbing, water amendments, filter material changes, inhabitant and equipment inspections and more. The Island Fish & Reef is available in Roslyn Estates, NY, seven days a week and for emergency situations when needed.
Tank Rehabilitation Services By Island Fish & Reef
If you’ve neglected the regular maintenance that your system requires and have fallen behind, Island Fish & Reef specializes in the rehabilitation of tanks in Roslyn Estates, NY. Your tank will be restored to its full potential and it will look the way it should in a quick and efficient manner.
Island Fish & Reef Provides Coverage If You Are Away From Your Aquarium
Are you planning to be out of town? Do you not trust others to take care of your aquarium? Island Fish & Reef can assist you. The team will create a schedule of visits to your home or business in Nassau County to monitor, feed and maintain your aquarium while you are away. You can rest assured that your system will be well cared for. Your aquarium’s current feeding schedule will be followed so your fish will continue to receive the best care.
Call 631-467-3474 to get started on your first or next aquarium in Roslyn Estates, NY. The team provides each aquarium hobbyist with an unmatched professional level of care for all aquatic shapes and sizes. Island Fish & Reef is a fully licensed and insured aquarium shop offering competitive pricing and contracting plans. Fully stocked maintenance vehicles provide services 7am-7pm, 7 days a week, with emergency services always available.
Roslyn Estates was first developed in the early 20th Century (circa 1908) by Dean Alvord, who also developed Prospect Park South in Brooklyn and Belle Terre in Port Jefferson. It was nicknamed “The Eden of Long Island” when originally developed, due to the community’s design and setting.
In 1931, residents decided to try incorporating Roslyn Estates as a village, due to the fact that the original deed restrictions were set to expire around that time. Their efforts to incorporate were successful, and the Village of Roslyn Estates was incorporated on June 8, 1931.
In 1974, Mayor Robert D. Zucker attempted to have the boundaries of the Manhasset Park District redrawn to include the village after the district added an additional 260 parking spaces to the commuter parking fields at the Manhasset Long Island Rail Road station. Zucker stated that many Roslyn Estates residents preferred the Manhasset station over the closer Roslyn station due to the fact that service to/from Pennsylvania Station on the Port Washington Branch is direct, whereas a change at Jamaica is required on the Oyster Bay Branch. By having the district boundaries redrawn to include the village, Roslyn Estates residents would have the ability to be guaranteed a parking space at the Manhasset station for commuting to/from Manhattan. Officials from both North Hempstead and the Manhasset Park District, as well as Manhasset residents lamented the idea, given that Roslyn Estates is not part of the Greater Manhasset area, and felt that the needs of Greater Manhasset should be paramount for the Manhasset Park District. The proposal was ultimately denied.Learn more about Roslyn Estates.
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