Aquaponics Perth

Get Wet Ponds offers Aquaponics installation service that delivers the highest quality aquaponic systems at the most competitive prices in Perth. We have the experience and expertise to design, build and maintain all types of aquaponic systems for a range of different applications.

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You can use an aquaponics system to grow edible fish species in your backyard. Your aquaponics system can provide fresh fish for your family throughout the year. Aquaponics systems can reduce your water and chemical use. If you set up a greenhouse, it can reduce your pesticide use.

What is Aquaponics?

Aquaponics combines ‘Hydroponics’ and ‘Aquaculture’ to grow both edible vegetables and fish in the backyard. You will grow fresh edible fish and use the filter to grow fresh vegetables. The plants grow on the grow bed.

How Does It Work?

It is essential to filter the water in a fish tank because the water is high in nutrients. You will not, however, use the traditional filter to filter the water. You will build a vegetable garden where you will pump the water. The vegetable garden filters the water.

Here’s a step by step process:

  • The vegetable plants get nutrients from the water in your fish tank. Then, the vegetable plants filter the water and return the filtered water to your fish tank.
  • The purpose of the vegetable garden is to filter the water in your fish tank.
  • The vegetables are strong, healthy and grow quickly because of the nutrient-rich water.

Why Aquaponics?

1. Easy Care

It is easy to take care of an aquaponics system. Once you install it, you will just need to feed the fish and harvest the vegetables. It is easy to feed the fish and harvest vegetables. It takes a few minutes of your time.

2. Everything Supplied

If you are new to fish farming, you do not have to spend more time researching farm farming. You do not even need prior knowledge of fish farming. Get Wet Ponds will supply everything you need. We can even help with maintenance. To know more about other maintenance services we provide, visit our Maintenance Page.

3. Suits Any Backyard

A lot of people do not install aquaponics systems because they think they do not have enough space in their backyard. If you have a small space in your backyard, you can still install an aquaponics system. This is because you only need 3 x 3 metres of space.

4. Inexpensive to Run

Additionally, some people do not install aquaponics systems because they do not think they can afford to maintain their fish ponds. It is cheap to maintain aquaponics systems. This is because they have low water and power requirements. You will, therefore, not spend too much money on your water bills and electricity bills.

5. Easy to Upgrade

Once you install your fish pond, you may need to increase the number of fish. If you need more fresh fish for your family, you can increase the number of your fish. Get Wet Ponds provide support after installation. If you wish to upgrade, we are just a phone call away.

How Can Get Wet Ponds Help?

Get Wet Ponds can help install quality aquaponics systems in your backyard. We can help you pick the right size of an aquaponics system for your backyard. You can use our aquaponics system to grow fish species, such as silver perch, black bream, yabbies, marron and barramundi.

Why Choose Us?

  • We install quality aquaponics systems in any backyard.
  • We will clean and maintain your fish pond.
  • We are on call 24/7. We offer friendly advice.
  • We will ensure your fish are healthy.

How Get Wet Ponds to help install Aquaponics Perth residents can benefit from?

Once you decide to install an aquaponics system on your property, you need to talk to professional aquaponics experts. We can help you install and maintain your aquaponics system. Therefore, if you are looking for a professional aquaponics service in Perth, Western Australia, feel free to contact Get Wet Ponds.


Aquaponics Perth

Our Price includes

The call out fee and first hour of work.