I'm moving a lot of my plants around within my collection. Some of my bigger Nepenthes are being moved to an east-facing windowsill and my Drosera are all going into the same 20 gallon long with some extra lighting. These aren't my main concerns though.
I have another 20 gallon long that houses most of my smaller Nepenthes and I'd say most of them haven't taken too well to my lower humidity. I don't have a top on the tank, just a four foot lighting fixture, so the humidity usually hangs around 20% (min) to 40% (max). I'm thinking that an increase in humidity might encourage them to perk up and start producing healthy leaves and pitchers.
What's the best way to increase humidity? Obviously I'd need a glass top cut to fit my tank. Would they do that at Home Depot? Would they sand down the edges for me?
If I'm going to go with a mostly sealed tank I'd probably need a small computer fan to keep the air moving inside. Where's the best place to buy these? Are they hard to rig up?
I would absolutely love if any of the users here who keep setups like the one I'm trying to put together could post some pictures and some insight on how they got it all up and running and how well it works for them and their Nepenthes.