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price idea? ive tried to find their website but it doesn't work
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If you put in Ecosheet into google you can fine people who sell the boards so you can get a good idea of how much it will cost and be cheaper to build it yourself to be honest
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Any news on this? Anybody built their own viv or rack with Eco board?
My mate is giving me some sheets of ecoboard and I was wondering if anyone has used it yet and if they could give feedback please.

The sheets come in 4x8 foot boards so it sounds like a good size if you were building a viv for a Bosc or large snake. I was wondering about the usability, drilling, cutting, whether it holds heat, whether it is aesthetically pleasing.
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Eco boards are really good material to use, I used High grade MDF which is designed for outdoor use, there is people that supply this down at Avonmouth and it comes in a few colours.

I have a thread with a picture of my homemade tank using this material on here if you wanna take a look..........
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How much would it cost for a 5ft viv for a boa? And does it come with the heating if at all possible if you are able to let me know asap thanks very much
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