Hello BYC guys/gals! I have been working non-stop on getting the coop done for the girls. They are practically full grown and I have to bring them in every night at 8:30pm to let them sleep in a large rubbermaid container in the garage, they insist on it. Anyways, the sun is beating beating down too hard outside to continue working on the coop. I got all my ideas from the many awesome threads here at the BYC forums, I have to say thanks to you all! I'm going to make this short as I'll share with you all more details and pictures when I finally get this thing done. Question for you all: I am using plywood for the walls but most of the time I can't use one piece of plywood to cover an entire wall (maybe need 2 or 3 smaller sheets). Because of this I expect there to be gaps in between the plywood sections (maybe very small but maybe not negligible either). I plan to paint the entire coop when I'm done, but I am trying to figure out if (and how) I can seal the small gaps? I don't know what kind of products there are for this (tape, caulking, other?). Also, do I fill these gaps from outside the coop or from the inside? Thanks!