Hi, yes - I was going to suggest staggering the filter cleans just in case. Over time though the bacterial population should get stronger and just see how dirty the filters are getting. I have an internal filter to push water around and clean that every several weeks extremely well (it's mainly a mechanical filter so I don't care on bacteria) and then have two canister filters that I clean less often than I should.
I quickly looked up the filters and wasn't sure if you are getting good flow. If you get any muck/detritus accumulating in corners, may need a powerhead to push muck to filters.
Filters all sounds good though, mainly I would increase water changes to 20 to 30% weekly and also gravel vac weekly.
If algae is persistent week by week on glass, then I'd drop lighting to 6 hrs and then increase back up slowly.
I have a 150gal and do ~25% weekly (can't gravel vac much as planted). The internal filter is a fluval U4 which pushes water ~2ft before it starts to circle back. I've thought about putting a powerhead on other side but canister outlets are on that far side and I inject CO2
at either end of tank.