Big DIY Cage #2 Update!

Saldarya

Established Member
Got the second cage in place next to the first. Need to add the branches now and then get the third started this weekend.

As always, appreciate the feedback!



Bobby
 

Saldarya

Established Member
Great setup!!! what are the dimensions? What was the grand total on the cost?? Just curious
:rolleyes:

5' tall, 30" wide, 24" depth.

Assuming you have the tools needed to make it easy (and worth your time), probably $70 in Wood, Screen, and Screws. Stain and Poly are a bit extra, but if you are doing multiple cages, that gets spread out.

Clearly that does not include lights, plants, or the drainage stand, although there is not much to that.

HTH,

Bobby
 

jknight

New Member
5' tall, 30" wide, 24" depth.

Assuming you have the tools needed to make it easy (and worth your time), probably $70 in Wood, Screen, and Screws. Stain and Poly are a bit extra, but if you are doing multiple cages, that gets spread out.

Clearly that does not include lights, plants, or the drainage stand, although there is not much to that.

HTH,

Bobby


Not to bad! considering a cage that size would be around 130$ 140$ at a store. Nice Job!

What lucky cham is going to get this enclosure? Are you going to put down river rock to cover the soil in the plants?
 

Saldarya

Established Member
I will have 4 cages total for 2 pairs of special Chams coming in on a shipment soon.

I will cover the soil and other details and such once all is in place, no need to add weight to it until neccesary! :)

Thanks for looking!
 
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