Now that you’ve decided to purchase outside cages for your parrots you have some planning to do. You need to figure out how much it costs to purchase outside cages, where you should set it up, and what is needed for assembly. Let’s take a look at how much you can expect to spend on your parret cage, plus the value you will be getting for a well-made durable aviary cage.
How much does a parret cage cost?
This depends on the size. The Suncatcher aviaries are the best on the market. If you plan on keeping your birds for any length of time (which you should, otherwise bird ownership may not be right for you), you need to invest in a quality aviary cage that will last your pet a lifetime.
A Quality Parret Cage That Will Last a Lifetime
Avoid purchasing a cheaply-made parret cage in order to save a couple bucks. Your pet deserves a quality home. So you should invest in high-quality flight cages. And you can’t do better than a Suncatcher bird aviary. Prices start at $500 for 3 foot diameter outsides cages. Our 8 foot large aviaries begin at $3, 079.00. And you can go even higher. If you want to purchase a triple wide parret cage, the cost may exceed $5,000.
While this may seem like a lot of money up front, look at it this way. Over the course of your bird’s 30 year life span, you only have to purchase a parret cage one time, if you buy a good one. Otherwise, you will be constantly running back and forth to the store to replace broken panels and doors. So purchasing high quality outside cages definitely pays off in the end. You will save more over the long haul.
Plus, here’s another benefit to the Suncatcher aviaries. Not only are they durable and long-lasting, they are also expandable. Let’s say you are starting out with a small colony of 3 birds. Eventually you would love to have as many as 25 songbirds merrily chirping in your large aviaries. Well, you can work up to that cage size. Instead of purchasing a massive triple wide aviary cage right at the beginning, you can simply purchase additional panels when you need them to expand the size of your flight cages.
At Cages by Design. We make things simple and cost effective!