Is This Room Humidity Going To Be A Huge Factor?

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So I have a bit of a problem, I have a leopard gecko enclosure that's in a room that has around 50% humidity and I am not able to keep him anywhere else, will this humidity level be okay? I know they need a high humidity for their humidity hide so I am just wondering if everything will be okay, currently its summer in NY so humidity levels should be lower in a few weeks.
 

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Do you have a heater that goes under his cage to keep it warm inside his enclosure and/or ceramic heating light bulb over his enclosure?
 
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clk89 said:
Do you have a heater that goes under his cage to keep it warm inside his enclosure and/or ceramic heating light bulb over his enclosure?
Yes I have both.
 

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Then that heat will produce the humidity inside his moist cave.
 
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clk89 said:
Then that heat will produce the humidity inside his moist cave.
The problem I am actually having is that my ROOM Humidity is goes between 40%-50% and i am wondering if that is okay.
 

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maxima423 said:
The problem I am actually having is that my ROOM Humidity is goes between 40%-50% and i am wondering if that is okay.
That should be fine as long as his enclosure's heat is set properly.
 
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