The Pangea Small Arboreal PVC Enclosure is an affordable, lightweight, easy to assemble enclosure for small geckos and other small arboreal reptiles or amphibians. It features high-quality acrylic windows with sturdy hinges and professional grade latches.
And did we mention it's easy to assemble? Follow the assembly video and instructions below to see just how simple the assembly is!
Philips Head Screwdriver
Small Wrench or Pliers
Square Head Driver Bit (Provided)
Assemble Side Panels ①
2x Side PVC Panels①
2x Acrylic Window Panels②
8x Phillips Truss Head Screws (Black)
Remove protective plastic from Acrylic Window Panels②.
Lay Side Panel① face down with the recessed window opening facing up. Lay Acrylic Window Panel②inside the recessed window opening. Flip over panel.
Attach each Acrylic Window②to Side Panels with 4x Phillips Truss Head Screws.
Repeat for second Side Panel①.
Assemble Door Panel ④
Acrylic Door Panel④
4x Hex Bolts
4x Cap Nuts
Remove the protective plastic from Acrylic Door Panel④.
Arrange the Hinges so they are on the same face as the engraved logo.
Attach 2x Hinges to the Acrylic Door Panel④with 4x Hex Bolts and 4x Cap Nuts.
Attach Door Panel ④ to Front Panel ③
Front PVC Panel③
4x Phillips Screws
2x Hinge Caps
Lay the Acrylic Door④in the recessed space inside the Front PVC Panel③with the hinges lined up with predrilled holes.
Attach the Hinges with 4x Phillips Screws
Snap hinge covers over secured Phillips screws.
Attach Latches to Door Panel ④
Acrylic Door Panel④
2x Latch Handles
2x Hex Nuts
2x Combination Screws with external tooth lock washers.
Insert a Latch Handle into the Acrylic Door Panel④.
Thread a Hex Nut onto threaded end of the Latch Handle and fasten tight.
Rotate the Latch Handle so it is perpendicular to the door seam.
With the door open, insert a Latch into back of the Latch Handle assembly so the latch tab is bent towards the door.
Thread a Combination Screw with External Tooth Lock Washer and fasten tight.
Repeat Steps 4. a-e for second latch.
Test locks by rotating handles. When the handles are parallel to the door seam the latch tabs should hold the door firmly closed.
Assemble Top Panel ⑤
Top PVC Panel⑤
8” Mesh Vent⑥
2x Phillips Truss Head Screws (Black)
Lay the Top Panel⑤on a flat surface with grooves facing upward.
Insert the 8” Mesh Vent⑥into the circular recess in the Top Panel⑤.
Place the Tab over the pre-drilled hole with the pad facing the vent.
Align Phillips Truss Head Screw with pre-drilled hole and fasten tightly.
Repeat for remaining Tab.
Bottom PVC Panel⑦
Back PVC Panel⑧
2x Side Panels①+②
8 x Square Head Screws (Black)
Lay the Bottom PVC Panel⑦on a flat surface with the grooves facing upwards.
Insert the Back PVC Panel⑧into the narrow groove of the Bottom PVC Panel⑦ (direction does not matter).
Insert the Side Panels ①+② by aligning the grooves on the inside of the panels with the Front PVC Panel ③+④ in the wide groove and the Back PVC Panel ⑦ in the narrow groove and sliding the side panels all the way down so they overlap the bottom panel. Each panel is identical, you can flip either if needed.
Using the provided square bit, drive 4x Square Head Screws into the pre-drilled holes at the bottom of the Side PVC Panels (2 per side) until the screw heads fully recess into the panels.
Insert the Front PVC Panel③+④ into the wide groove of the Bottom PVC Panel⑦so door opens outward with hinges on the left side and latches on the right side.
Take Top Panel⑤+⑥and lay grooves down onto the Front PVC Panel and the Back PVC Panel so that the two panels sit inside the grooves and in between the Side PVC Panels①+②.
Using a square bit, drive 4x Square Head Screws into the pre-drilled holes at the top of the Side PVC Panels①+② (2 per side) until the screw heads fully recess into the panels.
And with that, your enclosure is completely built! Share your build with us on Facebook or Instagram - we'd love to see how you fill it!