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Discussion in 'Heating' started by Microscope Jockey, Nov 6, 2004.

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  1. Microscope Jockey

    Microscope Jockey Elite Member

    Which strategy do you employ:
    a.) Heat all the herp enclosures individually, both ambient air temp and basking spots?
    b.) Turn the heat in the house up to appropriate minimum ambient air temp and then adjust basking spots appropriately?
     
  2. Bitis Gabonica

    Bitis Gabonica Elite Member

    Definately answer a!! Joe would cook with the heating on all the time turned up!! :p
     
  3. BlackJack

    BlackJack Subscribed User Premium Member

    We heat the terrariums separately. We wouldn't be able to afford our heating bill if we had to heat our Swiss apartment between 80-90 degrees F in winter!!! I agree with Bitis, we'd cook under those temps!
    I think it's also easier to make fine adjustments on a smaller scale.
     
  4. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    "A" definately!
    Most of our animals are in our bedroom and I have no desire to live in a sauna!
     
  5. Toadie78

    Toadie78 Elite Member

    yup "A" is the choice your nuts if u do it by using the "B" method
     
  6. lola

    lola Elite Member

    i do a, definitely. but i have heard of some people heating a small "herp room" in their house, individually from the rest of the house.

    lola
     
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