I need some advice. I want to get a Dubia colony started to support my current reptile in addition to any reptiles I get in the near future. At present I have 2x 55gal sterilite crates. I've been trying to beg egg carton flats off local restaurants. I'm not having luck so I'm going to end up buying online I guess. Anyway, here's the problem(s) I'm having: I live in a VERY dry VERY hot part of the country. Glendale, Arizona. It's REAL dry here. The summers are so hot that the air conditioning literally never turns off. I DO NOT have a "hot room", because hot rooms in this part of the country don't just get hot, they get deadly. So, I forsee these problems: 1. If I keep the roaches INSIDE, where the house ranges from 68f at night to 80f in the day, I'm going to need a thermostat for the heating pads under the roaches. I'm planning on just resting them on human heating pads from walgreens or something, does this provide enough heat? I understand that they need to be kept ~90F constantly? Of course, keeping 100gal of roach housing inside is going to make my in-laws flip their <censored> (yeah, my wife still allows them to run our life after even 12 years)... so the only other option is: 2. If I keep them in the garage, they're out of the way and any odor is a non-issue, but garages get stupid hot here. I'm not really sure HOW hot my garage gets, but... it does get really hot. Does anyone in the Phoenix area or similar dry/very hot area know if this is doable? What is the MAX TEMPERATURE at which dubias can thrive AND breed? Now in the winter, it could get down to 40-50F. Once again I'm not sure what the garage reaches during the winter, but are there any ideas for how to keep the colony hear UP enough during the winter? 3. No matter where I store them, humidity is going to be a mega problem. I don't want to use substrate, since digging properly sized bugs out is going to be difficult enough without dirt for them to hide in. But... they need what, 80-90% humidity? I have NO idea how I can accomplish this in this kind of climate. (Smaller vent on the top of the lid? I don't know. Any ideas?) I'm getting frustrated trying to plan for this, so any and all advice is of enormous help and greatly appreciated!