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Posted by: Izi at Tue Jun 4 13:45:48 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Izi ]  
   

I think the simplest and most elegant solution, will be to get a shower stall with a bath, and clear sliding glass doors, and mount it on top of a base, so it can be gravity drained with tubing connected to the drain, which is fed through a window and into the garden. Then have part of the tub covered with a rubber treaded plastic or steel platform with a lip they can use to climb in and out. If that is not big enough, then TWO shower stalls. One with glass doors and the back cut out for the front, and the rear attached to the front one, using clamps and a rubber gasket around the edge, for sealing.

Hm, I am not sure at this point the best way to have different basking areas. I would guess...steel brackets, mounted to the sides, with ramps leading to two levels. Would the niles hate that climb or would it be okay?


   

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