Here is my first summary
Personally for heating, I use heat tape on proportional thermostats (VE 300x2). On my adult enclosures, T8s from animal plastics, I use 21 inch heat tape from Reptile Basics. I cover 1/3 of the bottom. Due to me, living in Florida, I do not need to heat the other side. Additionally, the heat generated by the tape itself is enough to keep the ambient temperature within the enclosure at 83. I run a hotspot of 89° and a warm side of 85°. My cool side sits at 80 ish and this changes during the seasons.
For humidity, I run my humidity from 60% to 75% and usually on the higher end of that scale is only for shedding purposes. I provide Reptichip substrate. It’s not super thick, but it definitely is about an inch to 1/2 inch. Again living in Florida, where humidity is naturally high, even inside your home, my humidity levels tend to take care of themselves for the most part. If I want to raise humidity, I usually just spray down the enclosure with a spray bottle. I also offer a water bowl, but usually not a huge one.
For feeding because it’s so variable on the size and age of the animal. I’m going to talk about it a little bit.
I feed males the same size of the girth every 7-9 days for baby to yearlings, every two weeks for yearlings to three years old, every 16 to 18 days for things that are 3 to 5, and lastly, anything over five goes out to four weeks on something else ever so slightly larger than the girth of the middle of the body.
I feed females slightly larger than the girth, every 7 to 9 days for babies to yearlings, every two weeks for yearlings to three years old, every 16 days for 3 - 5, and lastly every three weeks for +5.
For cleaning, I spot clean whenever I notice it. I tend to take my animals out of their enclosures a lot, so I notice when there is some feces and what not in the enclosure. Every two or three amounts of feces that I find, I will do a 50% substrate removal and replace with fresh substrate. After another two or three rounds of feces, I will then do a 100% substrate change where I sanitize the enclosure using very very hot water and Dawn dish soap. I also wash all of the interior decor as well. Water bowls are also washed in my dishwasher once a week and wiped out every other day.
I use T8 enclosures from Animal Plastics. They are PVC enclosures that are 4’ x 2’ x 1’. I believe they’re very high-quality and make extremely wonderful enclosures for boas. At least from my living conditions, they maintain heat and humidity very well for me. When my boas are younger, especially when they’re in quarantine, I remake Hefty bins into temporary housing. They all get a heat mat with a thermostat and holes in the top and side of the tub.