My 10 x 12 coop was destroyed in a tornado on Good Friday. I just finalized the new coop and it will be delivered and set up on June 16th. I carry replacement cost coverage on my homeowners so if my syphering is correct the new 10 x 18 shed will cost me out of pocket about $750. The new coop will have a customized chicken pop door, human door and a larger door that will open to the roost area for EASY cleaning. If I ever sell the coop will easily convert to a multi use storage/garden/ potting shed etc. The good news here is that I removed and cut up the trees that fell on the house, fences and shed so I was reimbursed by the insurance company for all that HARD WORK so I'm really not dipping into "my" funds for the $750.00. Part of this coop will be divided off and used a storage. Can't wait and will post pictures when complete. I will have to constuct the roosts and put up the wire on the windows to keep the critters out. The nest boxes survived the twister so they will just need to be re-hung. Just some friendly advice, double check your homeowners policies, the cost of replacement insurance is well worth the additional cost and in the big picture it's not all that much. I was one that thought that "it won't happen to me" but once again I was proven wrong. My other two cents worth. I lost every tree but one and big ones! (three 50' oaks, 50' pecan, 30' maple etc) 9 in total. I was under the impression the insurance company would pay to clean up the entire mess and trust me I almost cried when they told me no. You wouldn't have believed the mess that was my backyard. I literally had to cut my way back to the chicken coop. What they will pay for is for trees to be cut off your dwelling, outbuildings and fences and that's a funky formula. For exampe, those that fell on a fence, they will pay up to $500 to have the tree cut up and off the fence and moved 6 feet from the fence line, the rest of the expense is on you. Those that fall on dwellings they will pay to have cut off the dwelling, cut up and hauled to the front of your property but will not pay to have it hauled away and there is convulited formula for that too. That's why even though the task was overwhelming I decided to accept the help of family, friends and co-workers and do it myself.