I have 5 Quail D'Anver bantam chicks in a plastic tub with my Brinsea EcoGlow chick brooder. The chicks were born between June 26 and June 30, so they are about a week old or younger. I plan to move them into my large brooder as soon as we can get it finished (needs paint, linoleum, and wire mesh). The chicks are doing great - eating, drinking, pooping, peeping, sleeping, flying, growing, etc. So here is my question: It is very hot here in the daytime. Our house has ceiling fans, but no a/c and the temperature in our family room where the chicks are is about 84 degrees. I notice that the chicks sleep in the pine shavings in front (not under) the EcoGlow in the daytime. They use the EcoGlow at night and seem to love it. Because the EcoGlow takes up about a 1/3 of the plastic tub, and the food and water take up another third, the chicks don't have a lot of room. Should I remove the EcoGlow during the hot part of the day and see how they do? I don't want them to overheat or get chilled. They are not panting, but sleep a lot when it's hot. At night they all line up toward the front of the EcoGlow and sleep. I've even raised up one end of it on a block so that they can regulate themselves easier. What do you think?