Why Does My Grandfather Think If the Owner of the House We Rent From Saw the State of the Filter in

Because as tenants, unless your lease stipulates otherwise, you may well be liable for undertaking regular cleaning of all parts of the property, particularly where any failure to clean regularly and competently could result in excess wear and tear or other degradation for the next tenant - all the way from carpets, air conditioning system and extract system filters, to keeping surrounding trees trimmed, gardens weeded, lawns mowed etc.Just as you would normally clean the lint from your tumble dryer filter, you should be doing the same with your A/C system.Why does my grandfather think if the owner of the house we rent from saw the state of the filter in the air conditioner that they would kick us out?.

1. is there any type of fish that could be kept in a 1 gal. aquarium with no filter or air pump?

Any dead one

2. Can I use a filter as an air pump?

Any surface agitation allows gas exchange at the surface of the tank. Bubbles are not a necessity. An airstone is mistaken for "injecting" air into the aquarium as all it does is agitate the surface as well. Mollies tend to like a little freshwater salt in their tank to keep them happy and healthy. Good Luck!

3. What could live in a 2.5 gallon tank with a Beta male, no filter, no air pump?

I am pretty sure your beta will attack/kill any fish you put in there especially if it's his size or smaller. I wouldnt try it. (I have bettas, but they are in separate tanks.)

4. What could live in a 2.5 gallon tank with a Beta male, no filter, no air pump?

Just for your information, goldfish need at least 10 gallons of water each due to the size that they can grow to and the amount of waste they put out. People do not realise how large goldfish really get; they put them in tiny bowls, which causes the goldfish's internal organs to stunt and deform, so they do not grow any larger. Besides, bettas and goldfish require different water conditions, and are thus not suitable tankmates for one another. As for your question, I do not think you should put anything in with your betta; 2.5 gallons is really the minimum recommended size for a single betta. If you want a tankmate for your betta you will probably have to increase to 5 gallons, in which case you could get one snail or one frog; if you increased to 10 gallons you could keep a school of tetras, white mountain cloud minnows or rasboras. Bettas will only attack other bettas or fish that resemble other bettas, so use that as a guideline when buying tankmates.

5. cAN i FILTER THE AIR IN MY HOUSE JUST BY USING THE FAN SETING ON THE CENTRAL HEAT AND AIR?

On your thermostat there should be a switch to turn your fan from either on or auto. Auto will only bring it on when it is needed for cooling. On will make it run non-stop. As long as you stay on top of changing your filters it wo not give you any problems.

6. Can I keep a guppy in a tank without a filter, air pump, or light?

No, they have to have aeration, which gives them oxygen, and filtration, which is their little ecosystem, as the poster above stated. They also need heated water, since they are tropical. They do need these things, or they will not survive. You should be able to get a tank kit with all you need relatively cheap, at walmart or the petstore. The kits are usually cheaper than getting the items seperately, I purchased my 10 gallon setup for 40 dollars. Or, if you already have a tank for them, you can get filters starting cheap, under $10, depending on the size. Aeration can be an air stone, tubing and pump, air stones themselves are only .97 at walmart for a 2 pack. Hope this helps, good luck with your guppies!

7. I've just brought a very small goldfish bowl. Do i need to add a filter or a air pump?

That bowl is far far far too small for Goldfish. We do not measure tanks in pints, rather litres, US gallons or UK gallons. Goldfish need over filtered tanks, at least 60 litres for one Goldfish! 5 pints is a TINY 2 litres, that's far too small for any species of fish! In the 60s and 70s it was "ok" for Goldfish to go without filters or air pumps, nowadays we know they NEED these things in order to keep the water quality healthy, without it goes rotten very easily.

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