First time chicken owner and as it's getting closer to winter, my installed heating system has started to go on during some of the colder nights. I know some people say that you don't need heating, but I just want to keep the inside of the coop above freezing so that the eggs don't freeze and keep them somewhat comfortable. I live in an area where there are rarely any power outages so I'm not too worried about irratic temprature changes. I've also read that the red lights are alright for the chickens and they can sleep through them. But when I go and check on them during the cold nights, they're roaming around and not on their roosts like normal. I've attached some pictures of the type of heater that's in the coop. Is this a different type of red light than the common ones used? I used this one since I had it around and thought with the temprature controlled outlet i wouldnt have to worry about it getting too hot. Its connected to an outlet that turns on at 2 degrees and off at 7. I'm thinking of changing it out for an oil filled radiant heater so there isn't any light since my chickens seem to be acting different on the nights that it turns on. I just dont want my chicks to become cannabilistic with too much light and no sleep. Would switching to the normal red lights be another option? Any input and wisdom from others would be greatly appreciated.