If those are acrylic make sure they are very reinforced or the warping with be an issue. Especially the doors, they are typically unsupported and in a vivarium environment will warp to the point you can't close them. I built acrylic vivariums for years and have a lot of experience in this area, just wanted you to be aware of this. It happens because one side (the inside) is exposed to a very high humidity environment and the outside is usually very low. This causes one side to absorb significantly more moisture and curve away from the high humidity. This isn't a problem with aquariums because they are highly reinforced to deal with the water pressure.
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