So, we're going to be turning a dresser into an enclosure for our water dragon. I see people that have the lights INSIDE the enclosures. How is this done safely? Also, I've heard different things from different people. What actually puts out more heat? I have a 75w day bulb and a 75w night bulb for him right now. It's a rather small set up because we really weren't expecting to get him (more info in my post in the water dragon section). I'm really not sure what size bulbs to switch to when doing the new build. Because he's only got 3 legs we are starting out shorter than we hope to ultimately be able to go. We're doing this for his safety so he can learn to climb very well before we take the set up up to 6'. If he ends up not being a very good climber, we won't add on height wise, or will work out some sort of safety system (like levels, or angled safety netting, or something for him so we can add a little extra height). Anyways, someone told me to go with outdoor flood lights. Someone else has told me to get grow bulbs. I just don't know which one is going to actually put out the most heat. I live in NY and I really have no idea what wattage or how many bulbs it's going to take to get the set up where it needs to be in the winter vs. summer. I do plan to put the lights on dimmers so that it is easy to adjust them as the seasons change. Thanks!