This flooring with epoxy finish is durable, attractive, and it resists decay, warping, and daily wear.
This sheathing is designed to block radiant heat and help maintain interior temperature.
Inside the coop, 1-foot square nesting boxes provide a clean and dedicated space for hens to build a proper nest.
We use Sherwin-Williams SuperPaint® Exterior Acrylic Latex paint for our coops. We believe that the paint we use should be as dependable as the building materials we use.
From lumber to paint, each coop we sell is made with the highest quality components. Only the best materials are used because we believe the buildings we sell are a representation of our integrity and commitment to customers.
We only hire experienced, skilled, and trustworthy craftsmen. Our team shares core values like paying attention to details and creating a product that's reliable and beautiful. We would never sell you a storage building that we wouldn’t buy ourselves.
When you purchase with us, you can trust that you’re getting a premium coop, a knowledgeable and experienced team of experts, above-and-beyond customer service, honest prices, and flexible delivery.
Both the exterior and interior of all of our chicken coops are constructed with the best materials and built with high-quality craftsmanship. Our coops live up to our motto: Built Well. Built Tough.
The exterior of our chicken coops is made of durable and weather-resistant materials. From top to bottom, the coops we sell boast high-quality lumber, roofing, siding, doors, paint, hardware, and more.
The interior of our chicken coops is made of quality materials that are guaranteed to last for years. From nesting boxes to flooring and wall sheathing, the coops we offer will protect your chickens and provide comfortable shelter.
On average, a coop should have 1 nesting box per 4 hens and at least 4 sq. ft. of space per chicken. Consider the number of chickens you have and the space they require as you choose your Free Range Chicken Coop size. Talk to one of our reps to learn more.
Choose a stock building, select a semi-customizable building from one of our Collections, or design a fully-customized building using our online configurator.
After securing a building permit, lay a solid foundation by framing the perimeter, filling it with a base material, leveling it, and then compacting it until its firm.
When your building is ready, we’ll contact you to schedule a delivery time. On delivery day, we'll use a Mule to move your building from the trailer to your desired location.