I personally used every kind of cages. Everything customized , from wooden,to glass for adults, and plastic-racks for babies/juvies.
Now, I am finding myself really good with 40x40x40 & 60x40x40 (cm) glass CREAS cages. with heat and light on top. I use them for singles or pairs.
Bioactive soil with Trichorhina sp. & live plants. branches and corcks for basking/hiding points.
I have a few from DW Geckos & Terraria. Very good enclosures, only downside is they are a bit fragile due to it the pvc. I’m able to keep humidity up really good with a misting in the morning and evening. I use paper towels now, but currently in the process of adding substrate and springtails. Should keep humidity more consistent. Will definitely purchase more in the future. However, I will order custom enclosures with additional windows to allow more light through to assist in a more natural circadian rhythm. The front and top are the only areas where light comes in so the enclosures a bit dark. I have natural lighting with uvb from a Zoo Med fixture. All in all, I’m happy with them.@Canvas_geckos asking the questions that are on my mind too
I would love to hear from more folks who use the PVC enclosures, like @Jkdaniels15 ... just about your general experience.
I've been mulling a switch from glass tanks and Exo-Terras over to PVC for the sake of efficiency, but it's not a cheap investment, and I'm a bit hesitant to make a switch like that in the middle of the season.
Humidity? Cleaning? What substrates do you guys use? Any changes observed in the geckos?