I just bought an EZ Clean Coop and wanted to post a review!!
I bought the Coop-R design from www.ezcleancoops.com. Overall, I'm very pleased with the coop. It's very sturdy, watertight, and very attractive. It came in kit form and wasn't that hard to put together. Heavy pieces, but that's to be expected for a 750 lb coop.
However, the tractor trailer that delivered it couldn't get up to my house, so my husband and I had to schlep each piece one by one up the hill to our house and around the corner to the coop's location. I would consider how accessible your home is before committing to buy a pre-fab coop that requires delivery (I mean, they all do, but some are bigger than others!). This is the first pre-fab coop I've ever ordered. Another concern I had about the coop was that I was told there was a 4 week expected wait, and it was actually 7 before I had the coop. The customer service was good, communication was always fast, and they were sorry about the delay, but nearly double the expected wait is a big UH OH!
Also, the coop is not protected during shipment, so it got banged up in a couple of places. If I had known, I also wouldn't have requested any part of it be painted white...it was dirty before I even put it up, mostly from shipping, and doesn't appear to have multiple coats of paint. I'll probably have to repaint it next season anyway, so I'm not worried about it.
It's missing a few minor pieces of hardware that make coops all the better: 2 hooks for hanging the waterer and feeder inside would be nice; handles for the back doors, handles for the nest box (very hard to open otherwise), and a small lock to keep critters out of the nestbox. All very easy fixes with a quick trip to Lowe's, and really takes the coop to the next level.
The good thing about the coop is that it's sturdy. It's totally solid, and goes together very easily with a bag of screws and a power drill. It really doesn't take much carpentry knowledge, which is good for us since that's why we bought a pre-fab coop in the first place! They left out a minor piece to our coop, so they are sending it separately. Again, customer service was good. They used quality materials, good plywood, and low-ish VOC paint, so I was happy to hear that. I love all the roost room, and the nest boxes are very nice and roomy. It has good ventilation with three windows that open, 2 are clear, one is plywood, and the two large cleaning doors open very wide. I haven't attached it to the run yet but I don't anticipate it will be that hard.
So far so good! Anyone else have one of these coops?