I'm having an issue with my coop and am wondering if you guys can help reason why. When I clean out my pine shavings which I pile about 6 inches high, the bottom 3-4 inches are completely soaked. It's even in the hard to reach places where the chickens don't get to. When the girls dig up the pine shavings they can get to the soaked shavings and it concerns me because one time I found the portion under the steps was moldy. I'm trying to figure out why this is happening. Is water getting in? (I used silicone everywhere to hopefully make it water tight). My coop is a little tykes cozy cottage converted to red barn. I've done extensive work on it. When I built it I did the following: 1. Used a treated wood floor for the bottom of the coop. 2. Put adhesive tile on the wood floor to make cleanup easier 3. Screwed the wood floor to the bottom of the coop 4. Siliconed the bottom of the coop to the wood floor to make it water tight.