This is the earliest I've ever had chicks in Southeren NJ (coming next week) and I am worried about getting my brooding space to a high enough temp given how cold its been here (low 30s/high 20s). I am using a kiddie pool on a slate floor in an enclosed porch so the temp inside the porch is pretty much the same as outside. I'm thinking about putting a seedling heating mat under the kiddie pool. The box says it raises temp 10-20 degrees and if it radiates heat the whole floor should get warmer. I am assuming I can just adjust my heat lamp to account for the difference but am I missing anything obvious/detrimental to using the mat assuming I keep a close eye on the overall temps so as not to overheat? Thanks!