I have my brooder set up in the garage which is not climate controlled. There is no way I can get it in the house- it won't go through any of the doors. My babies will be here in a couple of days so I am test running it now. Yesterday it was in the upper 70's all day here and in fact it was still 70 when I woke up this morning. I had to work really hard to get the light far enough away from the floor to make it read 95 degrees in the brooder where the light was shining down. Then this mornig a cool front has moved in and now it's in the low 60's here. I have been checking the brooder temp EVERY hour I am awake since I set it up and now in less than an hours time, the temp in there dropped almost 10 degrees just like the weather outside. I lowered the light of course to bring the temp back up but now I'm worried. How the heck can I keep it a steady 95 in there with the temp changing here affecting it that way? I bet I won't sleep much the next few weeks. I'll be up all night long making sure the chicks are comfy. I am so afraid of them getting chilled after reading how that can kill them weeks later. Anyone who has a brooder in a non cliamte controlled atmosphere, please help!