hi guys! well colder temps are upon us It's been just below freezing at night here for the last 2 nights. So, this weekend I'm gonna "winterize" I have a bunch of cardboard I got for free(pm me if you'd like to how I got it, pretty clever I thought) that I'm going to staple up to the walls, and I'm going to go get a couple bales of shavings to start deep litter method. which leads me to a dilema, over the summer I kept the shavings down to about 2-3 inches, and I have a plastic waterer sitting up on 2 paver stones so they can't kick shavings into it. This winter, I am NOT going to run out every couple of hours switching out frozen waterers, so I need to get a metal one in there and put a warmer underneath it. but, how do I situate the waterer so that it's high enough to keep clean and stable, considering that the shavings will be much deeper? here's what it looks like at the moment(yes I know it's a pooey mess in there, that's why I'm spending time on it this weekend) Any ideas, suggestions or photos would be GREATLY appreciated because I have no idea how I'm going to do this... Thanks!