Back with photos ,the first one shows the space in which I want to place the tank ,it has some surface imperfections.In the left side you can see the side of my 10 gallon long (30'' x 8'' x 10'' high) ,which sits above the front of the brick fireplace.It only has foam underneath(not the same as this tank) ,and the water is level.
I bought the hardest plywood I could find at Home Depot ,placed it on the surface ,and that's how I noticed the imperfection= the plywood rocks between the low rights side corner and the upper left side ,about 1 mm gap.
What I intend to do is place some aquarium foam mat under the plywood(double layer maybe?) ,then place a single layer of foam mat on top ,then the tank.
Can I get away with this or do I really need to look for another spot to place the tank?
Should I shim the lower right corner of the plywood?(2nd pic)
Can't come to work today ,Boss......I've got Bolbitis...
Last edited by sleepswithdafishez; 01-25-2014 at 09:03 PM.