My Girlfriend recently bought a Cuban Rock Iguana and I was tasked with building its cage. I have no experience in building things, but thought I would share what I came up with. I also built my ball pythons new homes after this and started building another enclosure for a Tegu which I will be purchasing in the near future. These are made of Melamine with Vinyl flooring, I divided the bottom of the tank to prevent my snakes from dumping the water in their bedding, and I can feed them on the vinyl to make the mess easier to clean up. I used a strip of heat tape under the vinyl on the left side if the tanks. They are 4ftx2ftx18in This is the Iguana enclosure under construction. Same building materials for the most part. Also all the enclosure have latched on the sides to allow you to take off the entire front panel for easier cleaning, or even to expand the enclosure. This cage is 6ftx2ftx3ft. this is the cage complete for the most part. the top is pegboard with an area cut out for the lights. I have a piece of pegboard acting as a ramp right now so she can get to her basking spot, but that is only temporary. We will be building another ledge and a better less steep ramp in the future. This is my DIY fogger I made, there is a piece of tubing that runs the entire length of the cage with holes to allow the fog to distribute throughout the enclosure. This is the end over her basking spot where the majority of the fog comes out. Walgreens humidifier about $40, then some PVC fittings and silicon with the hose. I have it on a very low setting keeps the enclosure at about 80% humidity which is impressive considering I live in Arizona. The water last about 2 -3 days. If i max it out the entire tank fogs up to 99% humidity in no time. I built each snake enclosure in a day, and the Iguana one took about 3 days, since it was my first, but could easily be done in a full day or 2 half days.