That looks pretty cool!Has anyone used a converted grain bin for chickens in colder climates?
Ditto Dat!!!^^^You don't want your coop to hold heat. It needs good ventilation as you don't want moisture building up. Chickens put out a lot of moisture. You chickens will keep themselves warm.
We converted my tin shed over to wood siding. It would condensate sometimes, but not as much as my turkey shed that has a lower roof. That is definitely worse on winter days when it's really cold at night, than the sun comes out. Than it can drip a bit.That looks pretty cool!
How did you install door and window to shed water at top??
Is that a vent at top?
Is it vented around bottom edge of roof?
Height might help moist ammonia laden air rise up above birds,
but metal might create condensate on inner surfaces.