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El Klown

New Build and Humidity

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So my wife made a major error of judgement and indicated I should fill an alcove in our den with a new reef tank (she didn't like the arcade / tank combo currently in place). I've picked up a 130 gallon Waterbox. With the sump I'm up to 190 gallons in a relatively small room. I'm now realizing that I may be facing a humidity issue once the tank is in. When I lived up north humidity was a big problem in most tanks setups but I've never really had an issue in Florida where I run my AC most of the year however I've never had such a large tank either. I'll probably put covers overs the sump. I don't want to add a small dehumidifier because of the extra heat they put off. I was thinking of adding a exhaust fan over the space before the tank goes in. Am I overthinking this or am I going to be fine with that size tank? 



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