The heating and air does work well

My pets are not exactly the kinds of pets that everyone else keeps. I don’t have a cat or a cat, I have a hedgehog, a bearded dragon, and a pacman frog. Although the bearded dragon and the frog are cold blooded, it is the hedgehog that needs the most exacting temperature or else she could die. If the cold blooded pets get too cold for a day or 2, they will simply go to sleep and wake back up when their heating is fixed. I use heat lamps, along with UVB bulbs, for them and they are cheerful. They can transfer under the heat, if they want to be warmer, or away from it, if they want to cool down. The hedgehog, on the other hand, will die if she gets too cold. She also needs a more constant, even heat… For this reason, as fall approaches I have to transfer the hedgehog into a separate room and run a space heating system for about 6 months of the year. It must run 24/7 day and night, even when I’m not home. This worries me because I fear a fire happening. I undoubtedly wish I could get zone-control set up in my house so I wouldn’t have to fuss with space oil heating systems anymore and I could rest simple knowing that the hedgehog was nice and hot and the people I was with and I were all safe. Heated floors would be the best really. I hear those are undoubtedly simple to set up zone-control on and they also give off honestly even heat. However, I would honestly be tempted to transfer all of my pets off of their tables and put them on the floor to take real advantage of the heat if I had this though.’

temperature control