Hello! So this is my first time with having chickens and my husband purchased a coop that looked so much better online. The reviews must have been from people nowhere near cold temps or any type of water. We got our girls in April and they didn't get into their coop until it was well into summer day & night temps. I also had moved the cooped because it's so insanely light that my husband and I can just lift it around and the sprinklers came on and the entire nesting box got soaked and that obviously won't cut it in Colorado's snowy winters. Well, now we are struggling with the coop being so cold and has a terrible draft. The girls went from laying a little bit apart and like "sprawled" out, to being tightly pushed up against each other in the nesting box. I have them up against a vinyl fence and honestly just want them to be warm and safe and I don't want to add any heat because we are getting power outages left and right and honestly don't want them to not be acclimated if that were to happen. Thank you for everything!