The 110 Gallon Aquarium Stand is a modern aquarium stand with a contemporary design that is sure to add an elegant touch to any room. The frame is made from sturdy steel and finished in black powder coating, and the tempered glass top provides an unobstructed view of your aquarium. This tank stand is designed for aquariums up to 110 gallons in size, so it can accommodate any large fish or plant tank. It comes with all the necessary hardware for assembly and installation, as well as instructions for use.

This 110 Gallon Aquarium Stand is a beautiful, functional piece of furniture. The aquarium can be placed on top of the stand or hung on the back of it. It also has room for you to place decorations, such as rocks and plants. This will help create a more natural look for your fish tank and give them something to explore!

This particular model comes in three different colors: black, white, and red. Each color is available with either an oak or pine finish for the woodwork; be sure to select which one you want when placing your order so that we can get it made for you as quickly as possible!

Step 1: Cutting the Lumber

You’ll need to cut 10 pieces of 2″ x 4″ lumber to the lengths listed in the Materials List. Here’s how to do it:

  • Measure and mark each piece of lumber using a tape measure, pencil and framing square. Don’t forget to measure twice and cut once!
  • Use a circular saw or miter saw to cut all of the lumber according to your measurements. Make sure that each piece is square by measuring across each corner (the measurement should be equal on both sides). You can re-cut any pieces that aren’t square or straight enough for your liking.

Step 2: Assembling the Sides

Next, you’ll assemble the sides of your aquarium stand. Place two of your rectangular frames together in an L-shape (acting as a corner). Using wood glue and nails, you’ll join these pieces together. Make sure to use a level and square to ensure that the sides are even and perpendicular to each other. Finally, use clamps to hold the frame in place while the glue dries. Repeat this process for the remaining side of your frame with another rectangular frame on either end.

Step 3: Attaching the Legs

Now it’s time to secure the legs to the sides. Take your legs and attach them to each side piece, predrilling 1/2″ holes and countersinking them before screwing into place. You should use at least two screws on each leg for maximum stability.

Step 4: Attaching the Top Piece

Add the top piece. Then, screw a 1-1/4” long screw through the top board of one side and into the bottom board of the opposite side. Then, add another 1-1/4” screw into the middle slot of both sides. Repeat this process for each side (left and right), using a power drill to tighten your screws.

Step 5: Creating the Support

Cut a 2×4 to size and attach it to the top of the stand. Measure the length and width of your tank, add four inches on each side, and cut your 2×4 to that size. Using a drill, screw two screws into each side angle of your stand’s frame. Screws should go in about two inches deep at a 45-degree angle. Then screw one screw through each leg towards the center to ensure stability. After the top has been attached securely onto the stand, flip it over so that you can work on securing it from beneath.

Prices

The price you’ll pay for a stand is highly dependent on the size of your aquarium. For example, a 55-gallon aquarium will cost around $100, while a 75-gallon aquarium will cost around $150. A 110 gallon tank will cost much more — up to $1,000 or more! We recommend going to your local pet store and asking them if they have any coupons you can use if you decide to buy one in person.

The actual size of the stand depends on what kind of fish or aquatic creatures you’re planning on keeping. Some species need larger spaces than others, so when picking out which one works best for your needs make sure that it’s big enough without taking up too much room in your home or office space!

If there’s not enough room at the top then don’t worry: some stands come with wheels that allow you to roll them around easily. So if they’re too tall for where they’re going just move it closer before setting up everything else!

It may be tempting to go cheap and get one made out of wood (you can find some as low as $30). But remember: these aren’t just decorative items – they hold heavy things like fish tanks! Be careful not to get something flimsy like particleboard since it could break under all that weight 🙂

Maintenance

  • Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this stand.
  • Do not use harsh chemicals to clean this stand. Use a damp cloth to remove dust.
  • For tougher stains, we recommend using a mild soap and water solution; avoid abrasive or acidic cleaning compounds or harsh chemicals.

Aquarium stands for large fish tanks are easy to build.

As you can see from the plans below, a stand isn’t rocket science. It is a simple carpentry project that anyone with basic skills can complete in less than a day.

The construction is so easy and fast because all of the lumber used to construct this aquarium stand is standard 2 x 4 framing lumber that you can easily find at any home improvement store or lumber yard. And, since it uses standard size dimensional lumber, it will be much easier for you to modify the length and width of the aquarium stand to fit your specific needs or adjust it to exactly fit the size of your fish tank if it isn’t quite 110 gallons.

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