We have a new Brinsea 20 Advance and we also have a very old, drafty house (average temp in the house is about 55 degrees). We will be starting our first eggs in a couple weeks and I am trying to find ways to keep the incubator from having to work too hard to stay warm. It is not possible to keep one room heated 24/7 without heating the entire house so I am looking into ways to keep just the incubator warm... safely... My idea right now is to use one of those big Rubbermaid plastic totes without the lid and turning it upside down over the incubator to hopefully help trap some of the heat inside it. Maybe propping it up just a little for venting (so the humidity stays where it needs). Any other thoughts or suggestions? I want to do a few test runs with whatever method before we start our eggs.