Here are some details about the setup.
The aquarium is a custom Oceanic 110 gallon with dual overflows. (60.5" x 18.5" x 23")
A Neptune Systems Aquacontroller II computer is used to control all aspects of the aquarium.
The filtration is provided by an All-Glass Megaflow model 4 wet/dry filter using Dupla brand BioKascade bio-balls, as well as a Pentair Aquatics Lifegard mechanical filter. (Yes, I use a wet/dry with CO2)
Circulation is provided by a Poseidon PS2 pump.
Lighting is provided by a 48" Hamilton Technology hood with two 175 watt metal halide lamps and two 40 watt normal output fluorescent lamps, and by Blueline dimmable LED moonlights.
Heating is provided by a Dupla brand Duplatherm 1000 substrate heating cable, and an Ebo-Jager 250 watt sump heater. (Yes, I use a substrate heating cable)
The CO2 system includes a 20 lb. aluminum Catalina CO2 cylinder, a JBJ regulator, and a heavily modified Aqua Medic Reactor 1000.
Substrate consists of a bottom layer mix of regular Flourite and Terralit, and an upper layer mix of Flourite Dark and Estes Bits O' Walnut gravel.
If you have questions about the setup or my choices, I have detailed the setup in excruciating detail at the link below.
Now is that room a fish room all together?? Or like an office or something.
There is a spare bedroom that is currently not used for anything. The aquarium equipment is housed in the "closet" and is designed to be totally contained inside that space. I must confess that aquarium related gear still occupies much of the spare "bedroom" but will be cleaned up at some point.
Here is a picture of the room at one point! This is all aquarium related paraphernalia.
Here are some more contruction photos. As you can see, there was special 2x6 framing above the hole to minimize light blockage.
Here you can see some of the early electrical.
Here is a picture of the framing for a through the wall fan mounted in the ceiling. If you look closely you can see a hole.