If you build your own cage, just remember that it isn’t always cheaper and that you must have a Solarmeter 6.5 to check UVI levels because all charts are based off the aluminum screens from commercially-made cages! The bulb and fixture should be lifted/hung above enough so that cham can use the whole cage to almost all of the way to the top and his basking branch, where it should be a UVI level of 3. You never want your cham in the red zone!I think I’m going to build his next cage and make it pretty big since I owe him it. I will make sure the wood is ok and he can’t get splinters and all that stuff. So if I get one that shines all the ay down, what happens if he’s in that red zone is that picture you sent? Should I keep the uvb bulb higher, and keep the branches 6 inches away from it?