I need an idea. I have a very old, around 50 yrs maybe more. It has a cement floor surrounded by cinder blocks that go up about 1ft then the top is made from wood. This is around 30ft by 15ft. Well when it was built it was raised up but now it has slowly sunk down and apparently is in a low spot. We had very warm weather for 2 days and all the snow melted at once. The coop now has 6 inches of water on the floor along with the bedding. I need to figure out how to permanently remedy this or it is going to happen at least each spring. If not more often. It is the first time it has happened and I have been here since last june. It is my grandmothers house and thats when I moved in my dad told me today its been happening for the past couple years. It never used to happen when I was growing up. I cannot afford to refill and cover with more concrete and even if I could it would have to wait until summer. Does anyone have any ideas for how to fix it? Is it possible to create a sump pump area in there like you would in a basement? Right now I have a bunch of pallets inside for them to walk on. Of course the geese are loving it they were swimming around when it was at the highest. I need to come up with a permanent fix for this. Any help is very welcome.