Advertisement So I’m 1) pretty new to Tarantula keeping and 2) pretty doggone inventive. I’ve really taken a liking to this hobby, and I want to branch out and get some more T’s (more spiders, more fun right?). But I’m also very set on keeping this organized and safe/secure. I have an old gun cabinet that I would like to convert into a Tarantula enclosure enclosure, ie. a cabinet in which I could keep all of the Tarantula enclosures. I plan to house most species in the standard issue Critter Keepers you find at pet stores (arboreal species will be set up accordingly in more appropriate enclosures). Now what I want to try to do is make the cabinet itself it’s own climate controlled case by installing some sort of ambient heat source that isn’t a fire hazard. I’d like to stay away from having to heat each enclosure individually, so I want something that I could set up that is both effective at keeping all the T’s in the 70-80° range. My space isn’t always the warmest, so that’s why I am a tad concerned. What do you think would be the best way to do this? The pic I’ve attached is a stock image, of course, but it is similar to the case I intend to convert by adding shelves to set enclosures on. What’s the most effective and fire-proof way to keep it warm?