What is better for ambient heat which is cost effective on electric? and what size tube heater do people use for 4 foot vivariums? thanks in advance for replies:2thumb:
Also where do people mount tube heaters? on the side or on the top??? thanks again:)
This will be my first winter with my snakes, and I am worried about the winter and this house gets always very very cold.
I have two babies (BRB and BCI) that I am not worried about them too much, as they are very well insulated and I have already a plan to keep the temps ok if the outside temp...
So, I'm looking to switch my Royals heating from a heat mat, to something that won't potentially cause thermal blocking burns, and came across these . . Annyone use one? Or know someone that does? What are they like?
I am a proud owner of a B albop and an A genic and I am looking to create a more permanent arrangement at the moment as I am sure my collection is going to grow over time.
As this is quite a cold house, I have opted for a viv stack as shown in the below link; of which I am going to try...
Brand new Alto Tubular Heater (4ft 240w) and Guard
I purchased this item for my viv from Swell Reptiles for £49.09,
but I'm unable to use it in my viv, due to the support beam down the back of my viv (Modx36).
I'm therefore selling it at a reduced price of £30 as it would...
I am mid-way through converting a wardrobe into a viv for my iguana.
I am going to use a 120w Tubular Heater to control the ambient temperature (with a guard fitted to prevent burns to my ig)...is there any problem having it fitted directly onto a wooden background (Varnished OSB board) or...